— Mario Rodriguez, Hispanic 100 Chairman
ORANGE COUNTY, CA, USA, November 28, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — LATINA TALK . . . INSPIRING THE NEXT GENERATION!
A FORUM SPOTLIGHTING THREE FORMER UNITED STATES TREASURERS IS SET FOR DECEMBER 8 AT SANTIAGO CANYON COLLEGE
The discussion board is open to the general public and all are invited to attend. RSVP is required.
The Hispanic 100 Coverage Committee and Santiago Canyon School (SCC) will host the first-ever Latina Speak … Inspiring the Subsequent Technology, a discussion board that includes a historic dialog with three true American success tales together with former United States Treasurers Rosario Marin, Jovita Carranza, and Anna Escobedo Cabral.
Scheduled for Thursday, December 8, at Santiago Canyon School’s gymnasium, 8045 E. Chapman Ave., in Orange, California, the night ‘s dialog will function a mirrored image and inspiration as these Latina trailblazers invite the neighborhood to share of their private journey of adversity, perseverance, and success. This system is freed from cost and open to the general public. It can start with a hosted reception at 5:00 p.m., adopted by the principle stage occasion at 6:00pm.
“It’s an absolute honor to host this occasion as we spotlight the contributions of those completed and self-made Latina girls. By giving the neighborhood and native college students entry to their tales, we hope to offer motivation and dedication for up-and-coming generations to create and maintain profitable management roles throughout the neighborhood,” Mario Rodriguez, Hispanic 100 Chairman.
This occasion will present a novel alternative for neighborhood members and college students alike to share in an unique dialogue as we spotlight the simple skills and contributions of those outstanding girls. A matter-and-answer interval will comply with the dialogue, time allowing.
“Santiago Canyon School is thrilled for the chance to host these three extraordinary change makers to our campus neighborhood,” emphasizes SCC President, Enrique Perez, “The work they’ve completed, the feats they’ve realized and the pathways they’re creating for individuals who comply with are experiences that our college students can actually profit from.”
An RSVP to attend the occasion is required and needs to be directed to Hispanic 100 Coverage Committee Government Director, Michelle Rose, at [email protected]
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About The Hispanic 100 Coverage Committee:
The Hispanic 100 Coverage Committee is a non-profit group established to develop and promote management within the Hispanic neighborhood, and to advance free-enterprise principals by means of advocacy and academic actions. For more information, go to: www.Hispanic100.org
About Santiago Canyon School:
Santiago Canyon School (SCC) is certainly one of two schools within the Rancho Santiago Group School District. Accredited in 2000, this dynamic and award-winning establishment is situated in Southern California, within the metropolis of Orange, and supplies an array of academic alternatives to the over 195,000 residents comprising the eclectic neighborhood. SCC presents 271 diploma and certificates applications (together with 28 transferable affiliate levels). Ranked among the many “50 Greatest Group Faculties” within the U.S. by School Alternative, SCC was acknowledged a number of occasions by the Chronicle of Larger Schooling as certainly one of “The Nice Faculties to Work for,” obtained Gold-level standing as a Army Pleasant College® and boasts devoted college, high-quality and student-centered schooling, with glorious college switch charges supported by transfer-guarantee applications. For more information, go to: www.sccollege.edu.
Michelle Rose, Government Director
Hispanic 100 Coverage Committee
Lilia Rodriguez, Public Data Workplace
Santiago Canyon School
Hispanic 100 Coverage Committee
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