All posts tagged "latino"
Build A Retirement Savings & Save Your Retirement 10 Steps To Save Your Retirement So many of the best marketing and advertising executives in the country are consumed with getting you to spend cash and, if needed, to enter into debt to...
- Posted March 23, 2020
Your Spanish Language Skills = Money In The Bank Your Spanish Language Skills Are In High Demand In virtually any career field, Your Spanish language skills can be handy. But more than that, there are some careers that actually need Spanish language skills....
- Posted January 26, 2020
Resources For A Better Resume- Four Great Books Build Your resume Smarter Not Harder Resume writing can be daunting. You can research details online, or look to a professional resume service. It is always handy to have resources on hand to help...
- Posted January 18, 2020
Should Minority and LGBTQ Groups Fear A Future Defined By A Trump Presidency? Minority groups have worked themselves to the bone to achieve everything they have within different world constructs. Equal treatment within work environments, social environments, and civil rights environments might have seen some progress during...
- Posted November 22, 2016
Teach for America Recruits Latino Teachers Teach for America Commits to Recruiting 2,400 New Latino Teachers Through White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics Teach For America is Among 150 Commitments to Improve Educational Opportunities Within Latino Communities WASHINGTON,...
- Posted October 20, 2015
Repayment Tips for Student Loan Borrowers December is a peak period when Latino students begin making payments on students loans following graduation ( they typically have a six-month grace period, and then loans are due for payment.) There is a lack...
- Posted December 5, 2012
Latino Students in School Beat The Odds Beat the Odds Institute, an initiative of the Center for the Future of Arizona, began as a research study: What does it take to get great educational achievement in a school with mostly Latino...
- Posted November 14, 2012
One year later, education leaders and philanthropists take stock of movement to improve Latino college completion 65 national partner organizations reconvene to chart future course of initiative to make America world leader in college degrees by focusing on Latinos