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Jose Leon
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  • Oceanside, CA
  • United States
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Jose Leon is now a member of Hispanic professional society & diversity job fairs at NSHP.org
May 20

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about me
I am originally from Lynn, Ma but am currently living in Oceanside, Ca. I am the eldest of my two sisters and I was raised by a single mother. I left my mother's home at 18 when I joined the United States Marine Corps and have been developing my professional career ever since. I am married and have a son.
what is your current, past or ideal job title?
PV Systems Service Manager and Director, I've also been a non-commissioned officer in the United States Marine Corps.
what languages do you speak?
Spanish, English
what countries have you lived in?
The United States of America
what's your Hispanic connection?
My mother is Guatemalan and my father is Mexican. I grew up with a predominantly Guatemalan cultural heritage.
where did you learn about nshp.org?
MiraCosta College

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