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Hispanic Send Billions Home

Hispanic immigrants to the United States send nearly $30 billion home annually, nearly double the $17.2 billion the U.S. spent in total on foreign aid this year.



The money is used for all sorts of things, says a study by the Pew Hispanic Center and the Inter-American Development Bank, such as savings, food, shelter, and other necessities.



"Migration is now not only an escape valve, it is a fuel pump" to foreign economies, said the report.



The brief economic… Continue

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Texas A&M may add Hispanic studies

A new Hispanic studies department could be coming to Texas A&M University next fall, as campuses nationwide move toward replacing traditional language departments with broader fields of study.



A&M’s new department will include courses on the Spanish language, Hispanic political and cultural issues and the university’s first courses in Portuguese.



A doctoral program in Hispanic studies is at its final step — approval from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating… Continue

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Luis Quiñones

Has become senior VP of the Union Planters Bank´s International Division. Mr. Quiñones has been VP of Banco del Pichincha and also VP at Hamilton Bank in Miami, before he joined Union Planters in 1997.

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Latino immigration topic of panel discussion in Iowa City

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, a panel discussion was held in the Memorial Union Thursday to discuss the topic of "Latino Issues in America."



"The issues facing Latinos sometimes get left behind," said Jerry Garcia, assistant professor of history. One of the issues Garcia spoke about was immigration and how it is depicted in magazines and books.



"[There is] is a lot of negativism, and these illustrations allude to this," Garcia said.



Patricia Hamm,… Continue

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By registering in our website, you can participate actively not only in the forums but also by posting information that you think could be interesting for the Hispanic Professionals community. Just go to http://www.nshp.org/user/register
Registration is free, don´t miss this opportunity to participate!

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Latinos, Inc.

"Latinos, Inc is a welcome contribution to our understanding of the emergence of 'Hispanics' in American life."--Los Angeles Times Book Review



Arlene Dávila, Assistant Professor of American Studies and Anthropology at New York University is the first to show the world of Latin Media through the eyes of advertising and programming professionals and the first to fully delineate the plurality and heterogeneity of Latino audiences. She is also the author of "Sponsored Identities:… Continue

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How do companies know if the job candidates are really bilingual?

More and more Corporate America is realizing that they need qualified bilingual-bicultural cadidates with the sophistication to handle business affairs in English and Spanish.



Traditionally, Recruiters did not have to worry about testing candidates for language abilities. Historically companies trusted the recruiting agency to provide them with linguistically capable candidates.



All of that is rapidly changing and the proactive recruiting agencies are having their… Continue

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New Officers

The recent elected officers at the National Council of Hispanic Employment Program Managers are:
National Chair: Jeffrey Vargas , HEPM, US Dept. of Energy
First Vice Chair: J. Carlos Manduley , PhD, National HEPM, US FAA, Office of Civil Rights.
Mr. Manduley was also recently honored by th U.S. Secretary of Transportation Norman Y. Mineta with a Secretary´s Excellence Award for contributing and supporting the Hispanic Employment Program at the FAA.

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Ernest Quintana

Ernest "Ernie" Quintana is now the first Hispanic regional director in the NPS (National Park Service).
Mr. Quintana is also a recipient of the Stephen Tyng Mather Award for Conservation and the Director´s Wilderness Management and Stewardship Award.

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Gloria Santona

Has been promoted to the positions of Corporate Executive VP, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary for McDonald´s Corp.
For McDonald´s USA, Rudy R. Mendez , has been named VP of Diversity.

Added by NSHP Editor on October 7, 2003 at 4:18pm — No Comments

Delia Orjuela

Delia Orjuela has been promoted to the position of Senior Director of Latin Music for BMI.

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Victor López

Received the 2003 Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility Governance Award. Lopez is the divisional VP of Hyatt Hotels and Resorts and the highest-ranking Hispanic in the company.

Added by NSHP Editor on October 7, 2003 at 4:07pm — No Comments

Ricardo Orozco

Ricardo Orozco has been promoted to VP of Human Resources for Banta Corp.´s print division.

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Xiomara A. Sosa - biography

Xiomara A. Sosa is the President & CEO of the National Society for Hispanic Professionals, Inc. (NSHP). Ms. Sosa began her career in Manhattan, NY as a Policy Review Assistant in the Policy Implementation Section at the New York Compensation Insurance Rating Board. She later moved to Ft. Lauderdale, FL to start her position as Financial Administrative Assistant in the data processing department for Goldman, Klasfeld, Horkey and Ferraro, P.A. While in Florida she served in the United States… Continue

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How to Control the 'Teaser'

The 'teaser' is what shows up when you are just showing an abstract from the whole story. Examples include items on our Home Page, and our 'Events' and 'News' pages. These pages show the text above the tag <!--break--> tag for each item. If no break tag is found, a reasonable guess is made on where to break. If the story is very short, no break may be made and thus the read more link may be omitted.

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How to publish to the home page

An article will appear on the home page if the checkbox entitled Promote to Home Page is checked. This box is found at the top of page when you create or edit a story.

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  • Best Companies to Work For Each year, Hispanic Magazine chooses companies based on a surveyof the company's recruitment efforts,

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About NSHP

Who we are | Mission | Membership | Timeline | Contact Us

Dear Friends:

It is a great pleasure to introduce The National Society for Hispanic Professionals (NSHP). I have always dreamed that there would…

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NSHP Bylaws

ARTICLE 1 THE ASSOCIATION

Section 1.1 Name The name of the incorporated business as stated in the Articles of Incorporation is National Society for Hispanic Professionals (the "Association").

Section 1.2 Liability The liability for debts of the Association shall be limited to property of the Association.

Section 1.3 Powers Without limiting the generality of any other provisions of…

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