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Miguel A. Corona
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Miguel A. Corona's Discussions

Multi-National. Multi-Cultural. Multi-Shortage

My latest blog post discusses the shortage of multi-cultural talent needed by multi-national organizations in the U.S. Bottom line - U.S. organizations need to attract and hire employees from a…Continue

Started Jun 23, 2010

More Hispanics Heading to College

A new report just released by Pew research indicates that more Hispanics and minorities…Continue

Started Jun 17, 2010

Who Benefits Most from College?

In my latest blog post, I share the results of a study that examines what demographic groups benefit most from…Continue

Started Apr 22, 2010

The New Career Equation
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A college degree once almost assured you a career after graduation. Today, the career equation has changed significantly. What do today's college grads need to have to regain the career advantage…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Armando Sosa-Jacott Apr 20, 2010.

 

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Dr. Miguel A. Corona has over 16 years of professional experience crossing two industries: business and higher education. He gained first-hand knowledge about Hispanic career-related issues working in the Career Center at the University of Texas at El Paso, one of the largest Hispanic serving institutions in the United States. Miguel also has extensive experience designing and implementing successful corporate recruitment strategies aimed at attracting the best and most diverse talent for a number of organizations including Nestle, USA and Security Capital Group. Miguel holds a Doctorate of Management in Organizational Leadership, and his research work focuses on the leadership attributes and experiences of Hispanic Americans in the workplace. Miguel is an active member of several Hispanic professional and community organizations in Cincinnati, Ohio. Miguel is also a faculty member at several academic institutions including the University of Phoenix, Strayer University, and Axia College where he facilitates undergraduate and graduate courses.

Miguel A. Corona's Blog

More Hispanics Heading to College

A new report just released by Pew research indicates that more Hispanics and minorities are heading to college. Biggest reason - high school completion rates are up. Great news for Hispanics all around.

Posted on June 17, 2010 at 2:04pm

Hispanic College Graduation Rates: A National Priority

Big news out today focuses on a study conducted by the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research regarding the latest numbers of Hispanic college graduates in the context of making it a national priority. Among some of the key findings of the report :(link)

Posted on March 19, 2010 at 7:55am

Cultural Factors: Applicable to Many Areas and Industries?

While a lot of marketing research concentrates on culture Hispanic ”consumers” – I think many of these research results can be easily applied and incorporated to employer recruiting strategies for the Hispanic workforce, including Hispanic college graduates.

I've posted many times via my blog that culture is one of the things that can be applied to many different areas and…

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Posted on March 5, 2010 at 1:07pm

Simpatia and Hispanic College Grads

What role does simpatia play in hiring and retaining Hispanic college graduates?

Check out my latest guest blog on Intern Matters.

Posted on March 2, 2010 at 7:59am

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At 4:59pm on March 6, 2013, Gabriela Castillo said…
Hey! Just saw a message from 2010, lol. What's been going on?
At 4:58pm on March 6, 2013, Gabriela Castillo said…
Hey! I just checked this account and saw a message from 2010. I never use this. I'm going to check it out when i get home, it's not very smartphone friendly.
At 9:10am on February 23, 2010, Gabriela Castillo said…
well hello! i'm glad we are a part of this network. cool! by the way, have you voted for me at http://www.latinostudentorg.com ? vote from all computer that you have access, hahaha.
when are we going to see you again at LSA?
At 1:18pm on January 3, 2010, Miguel A. Corona said…
Thank you for the note Antonio. Look forward to it!
At 11:24am on January 3, 2010, Antonio Flores said…
Happy New Year my friend! Look forward to networking with you. -Tony
 
 
 

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