May 16, 2021 Consejos

Latino Education Conference in DC focuses on STEM

By College for Latinos

The 2013 Latino Education Conference took place on October 23 in our nation’s capital just after Congress was back in session after the government shutdown.

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Removing Obstacles to Success

By Sara Martinez Tucker President and CEO of the National Math and Science Initiative

When I was serving as the Hispanic Scholarship Fund’s CEO, I was gratified to be able to leverage the business skills I learned in the private sector to create and secure funding for programs

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Apps that make your College Life a Little Easier

By Jaclyn Guzman Latinometro Intern

Lately, it seems like the quality of my college life is tied to the quality of my apps. Every morning I wake up using the alarm on my iPod, and I check the weather app to know what to wear.

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Sisters of The "Oh So Fly" Xi Chapter

Home is Where the Heart Is

By Claudia Chavarria

“Congratulations, Ms. Chavarria. You have been accepted into The University of Texas at Austin,” my heart leaped for joy as I clenched the acceptance letter with excitement.

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Picking the Right College, Following the Wrong Path

By Alexandra Landeros

When I faced the decision about which college to attend, it was the fall semester of the 12th grade – I was only sixteen years old. I dreamed of becoming a stage and film actress, so I looked at universities with theater programs.

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paying for college

Paying for the Privilege

By Roberto Ontiveros

College, for a lot of candidates, but especially for the economically downtrodden kind, is an assuring experience; forget about the like-minded Richard Brautigan readers you come across in the quad or those dudes who “get” Spinoza

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