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Dear HISPA Role Models and HISPA Supporters,
We invite you to join us to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in a very special way! Please join us at Barnes and Noble in Princeton on Friday, October 11 for an evening filled with activities.
Latino Magazine article about HISPA: "The Time to Inspire Our Youth is Now"
We live in a world where technology seems to rule our lives and up-close and personal interaction is becoming a thing of the past or, at best, a low priority....
Read the whole article here: http://latinomagazine.com/fall2011/opinions/vista.htm
Univision published the coverage of the College Board "Preparate: Educating Latinos for the Future of America" Conference, where HISPA president Dr. Ivonne Diaz-Claisse was the speaker in the session called: “Creating Latino Student Success Through Role Models, Mentors and Families in Schools: HISPA and Parents Step Ahead (http://www.parentsstepahead.org/).”
HISPA will be participating at the 2nd Annual HPNG - Latino Leadership Conference. The event will take place on Monday, May 24, 2010.
June 3 Conference to Focus on College and STEM Career Opportunities, Will Feature Disney Imagineer Alfredo Ayala, Named One of Tech’s Most influential Latinos
Princeton, NJ, April 2, 2015 – Over one hundred middle school students will gather at John Jay College in New York on April 2 to learn about STEM careers and hear success stories. The Youth Conference is titled “Take Action!
Penn Students, TD Bank and Comcast Employees Become Role Models for Camden Youth
Latino Organizations Join Forces with HISPA at Recruitment Event
Are you interested in joining our efforts and stepping into a classrooms to share your educational and professional journey with middle school students? Would you like to serve a positive role model and inspire students to follow your path of education?
Employees Volunteer their Time to Inspire Middle School Students