March 1, 2013, San Antonio, TX – Latino professionals joined forces to provide both inspirational and practical advice about educational and career prospects to 250 students at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Hands-on activities included presentations that ranged from the physics behind rocketry to archeology.
Inviting volunteers to be part of the HISPA 2013 Youth Conference at UTSA, San Antonio, Texas
The Annual Youth Conference takes HISPA’s mission to providing students with a unique experience of being in a higher education setting and attending workshops designed by participating corporations and academia. Read more
Princeton, NJ, June 8 – More than 130 Latinos from New Jersey schools will gather at Princeton University on June 8 to learn from Latino professionals about academic achievement, careers and the real world workplace. Organized by Hispanics Inspiring Students’ Achievement and Performance (HISPA), the third annual Youth Leadership Conference has as its theme “Take Action! Achieve Your Dreams.”
Posted on 05/25/2012 by mvilla
Hispanics Inspiring Students Performance and Achievement (HISPA), a national organization that provides role models for young Latinos, partnered with UTSA today to host a youth conference for middle school students. Read more
PRESS ADVISORY:PRINCETON, NJ – Latino professionals are looking to provide both inspirational and practical advice about educational and career prospects to more than 100 urban schoolchildren at a Princeton gathering on June 10th that will include presentations that range from space exploration to an “If you like Lady Gaga, do you like Elvis Presley too?” computer science workshop.
In an effort to increase high school graduation rates, AT&T’s HACEMOS and HISPA are sponsoring their 3rd annual Youth Conference, “Take Action! Achieve Your Dreams”, to inspire students to pursue higher education by providing them access to prominent speakers and hands-on experience in varied workshops.
By Giri Nathan, Special Writer
The Princeton Packet
Posted: Monday, June 14, 2010 5:42 PM EDT
PRINCETON — When asked why he liked science, eighth-grader Matthew Tyler Dumbrique replied, “I like to ponder many things.” Read more