STAR IN YOUR FUTURE Be a Deputy U.S. Marshal
You must e-mail ONLY ONE of the following e-mail addresses to register for an information session.
New Orleans: To register, please e-mail FCIP.NewOrleans@usdoj.gov starting at 9:00 AM (CDT) on
10/07/09. Registration will be closed once the limit is reached.
Dallas: To register, please e-mail FCIP.Dallas@usdoj.gov starting at 9:00 AM (CDT) on 10/07/09. Registration will be closed once the limit is… Continue
Added by Felipe A Ortiz on September 29, 2009 at 12:18pm —
This is by far the best time for people to finally become homeowners. No more dealing with landlords, throwing money away in rent, and waiting days for things to get fixed.
Home prices are at an all time low and so are interest rates. There are so many great deals out there that it is hard to decide which will be the best investment unlike years past when supply and demand was so low that people had to settle for any house they could get their hands on. Pre-Bank foreclosures and REOs… Continue
Added by Paola Franco on September 29, 2009 at 10:44am —
We should all be outraged at the treatment of this individual, who is one of the best and brightest from our Latino Community:
Here is my response :
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Latino physician responds to firing
Prominent Latino physician responds to firing
MD Daily Record, September 11, 2009
Serrano case deserves close… Continue
Added by Robert A. Beltran, M.D., M.B.A. on September 28, 2009 at 12:17pm —
It is easy to say that actor Raul Julia would easily belong on the Mount Rushmore of Latino actors on just his body of work alone. Although we lost this fine man on October 24, 1994 at age 54 his work continues to inspire.
One such gem is “Romero” (1989/dvd 2009) directed by John Duigan about the life of Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador, who made the ultimate sacrifice in a passionate stand against social injustice and oppression in… Continue
Added by Team OCGente on September 25, 2009 at 6:00pm —
Organization is the key to success, if you don’t think so exam the Mafia. A well organized crime unit that will be with us until the end of time. Have you ever watched Band of Brother or for more fun Ocean’s Eleven? What do they all have in common? Organization! How did Mosses free the slaves in Egypt? Again Organization. So why aren’t Latinos? so well organized?
How organized are we and what will it take to make it possible. Thank GOD for the United States military they seem to teach what… Continue
Added by Juan Illas on September 25, 2009 at 5:08pm —
I've been unemployed for almost a year now. I've done my best to enjoy the time that I had off. I was able to finish school (MBA) without the stress of work. I've also taken the opportunity to travel and spend time with friends. I took snowboarding lessons. I helped my mother decorate the house for Christmas, New Years and Easter. I've even had the time to I've worked on projects around the house and helped my unemployed friends with their projects. I've had time to watch my nieces and nephews… Continue
Added by Octavia Sharron on September 25, 2009 at 8:06am —
At 46, I know I am old, but anyway. It’s funny to say back in the 70’s & 80’s and people are like wow I was not even born. I remember those days growing up in NYC; it was not too bad I never experience racism and prejudice until I moved to City Line, near Queens Ozone Park. Now I was no longer a Puerto Rican I was a spic, someone told me it means Spanish Person in Charge; guess they were right. LOL. Time passed and things changed we took over. HAHA. But as I got older and married I decided… Continue
Added by Juan Illas on September 22, 2009 at 4:26pm —
We are a small start up trying to make a difference and your support would be greatly appreciated:
We are introducing a better search engine/directory that will only list Latino owned businesses. The site provides a searchable local directory and a search query. We went back to the basic using the alphabet and some latest web technology. Latino businesses can be found quickly provided the business is registered. Registration is not free, but extremely affordable. For example if you don’t… Continue
Added by Juan Illas on September 21, 2009 at 10:11pm —
Things just got more interesting and dangerous in Honduras.
Ousted President Manuel Zelaya has sneeked back into the country of Honduras. He is staying in the Brazilian Embassy. If you don't remember, he was removed by the Military in June after trying to pass an unconsititional amendment to the Honduran Constitution. He was facing presidential term limits and, following in the footsteps of his political ally, Hugo Chavez, he tried to amend the constitution.
The Congress said "no" but… Continue
Added by Roberto Reyes on September 21, 2009 at 7:30pm —
Hello I represetn several and owners in need of disposing of their assets and I am loking to connect with buyers for such sites, please send me an email with your buying criteria and I will send you what I have available, also have several Restaurants and restaurant sites, sports bars and so on.
Global Investment Realty
Added by Rigoberto Juarez on September 21, 2009 at 8:56am —
Currently hiring and interviewing candidates for a Software Developer with experience and competencies in Ruby on Rails.
This position is responsible of developing and building an interesting software in a space of payment solutions. This is a green field development. Focused in Rails and require the skills in Ruby. Leveraging other technologies is important. For instance, the system is expected that it can take advantage of specific features in… Continue
Added by Juntee Terrenal MA GMS on September 16, 2009 at 5:58pm —
FOR THOSE MORTGAGE PROFESIONALS, WORKING ON THE FIELD, KEEP IN MIND THAT TIME IS RUNNING FOR THE INCENTIVE CREDIT ON THE FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS PROGRAM FROM THE USA GOVERMENT, IS TIME TO NOTIFY YOUR REAL ESTATE FRIENDS HOW IMPORTANT IS TO NOTIFY THEIR BUYERS, AS MANY OF US HAVE MANY UNDECIDED CLIENTS, THAT THIS CREDIT WILL SOON EXPIRE AND WILL NOT BE ABLE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT AS 12/1 DEADLINE IS COMING UP.
NO NEED TO RUSH THOSE WHO DO NOT KNOW WHAT EXACTLY WHAT THEY ARE LOOKING FOR, FOR… Continue
Added by Byron Alarcón on September 15, 2009 at 1:00pm —
doing a presentation on the prevalence of depression among hispanic youth and can't believe how high the rates are for them, much higher than whites and other ethnic groups. It would be interesting to find out why?
Added by Jennie Beltz on September 14, 2009 at 9:10pm —
Rep Your Favorite Latino/a Book for Hispanic Heritage Month
As an author, I thought of one way to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. We can celebrate our books written by our own and win a book in the process. I borrowed the idea from Darcy Pattison doing Random Acts of Publicity Week and as they say, “Why reinvent the wheel.” I thought her idea and her tips were perfect to celebrate our books for this month. Please read on and join all the fun!!!
Added by Jo Ann Hernandez on September 13, 2009 at 3:31pm —
The current economic crisis is resulting in more Latinos going back to school. Community colleges around the country are reporting rising admission rates. Unemployment is finding more Latinos studying in their down time because they are returning to the college campuses. As a result Latino student loans are increasing and Latino debt is rising. Education is always a good debt to have as it is an investment in ones future.
Day laborers are the hardest hit in today's economy, with… Continue
Added by Octavia Sharron on September 10, 2009 at 8:37am —
Many teaching opportunities are cropping up for Latinos in unexpected places like, Arkansas, North Carolina, Wisconsin, and Oregon. Growth of Hispanics in those states goes back to seeds planted two decades before. The demand for labor in the 90's caused many companies needing entry level workers to look at immigrant and migrant workers. These jobs created opportunities for many to settle and raise their children rather than traveling or following crops.
Some places where large… Continue
Added by Rey Hernandez on September 8, 2009 at 12:04pm —
"How in the heck am I going to have faith in a faithless society?"
I found myself asking this question recently as I realized that the downturn of global economy has finally found me. I pondered the question over and over out loud as though others were listening to me. I looked around and there was no one.
Eventually, I came to an answer. "Who do we have faith in?" Yep, my answer was a question. For some of us it is God or another spiritual being that we cannot see. Others it is their… Continue
Added by JP on September 3, 2009 at 7:04pm —
I've been keeping busy writing my books, but I found time to get into some real trouble with an online Speed Spanish course. I thought I could learn a little and have some fun. I thought it would be a piece of cake. Well, it was--yellowcake (nuclear waste). This instructor was serious! Somehow, when I read Speed Spanish, my brain translated it to Party Spanish. Not!
What to do? What to do? Well, I did get through the course, and pulled an A+, but my brain deletes languages fifteen… Continue
Added by Janelle Meraz Hooper on September 2, 2009 at 1:08pm —