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Hispanic Mentors

This group is for individuals who are dedicated to mentoring Hispanic youth.

Jobs: http://mentorjobs.org
Members: 74
Latest Activity: Jun 18, 2015

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Comment by Eva Fontanez on August 13, 2014 at 2:38pm

PUERTO RICO:  Modern American Apartheid
Raritan Valley Community College
Hispanic Heritage Month Opening Event

Theatre at RVCC
Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Keynote Speaker: Edwin Pagán Bonilla


Edwin Pagán Bonilla:  Legislative Advisor to Puerto Rico House of Representatives; President of Essential Services for Government (ESG) and Founder & President of the Civic Organization for Decolonization of Puerto Rico, Generacíon51.

Topic will cover... Civil Rights that affects the Puerto Ricans on the Island and those here. Why if we're Americans we cannot vote for "our" President, but so many of us are fighting and dying for this country?  Should Puerto Rico become the 51st U.S. State? Will it change our Puerto Rican culture?  What do we gain or lose? What's on Puerto Rico priority list? How will this change affect America?


Be part of this nation/world-changing talk and discussion. 
Please pass this invite to your family, colleagues and friends.

For additional information and/or RSVP email us at: 
efontane@raritanval.edu or multiculturalaffairs@raritanval.edu

Comment by Gabriel Gonzalez on November 11, 2013 at 3:37am

Though I'm in the Bay Area, I could be of assistance in marketing and film.  Atomiczilla

Comment by MaryAnnRegaladoVasquez on July 13, 2013 at 2:49pm

i might as well be involved in a group that is dedicated to mentoring little chicanitos because i do that anyway...i am the owner of HOME'SCOOL an academic organization dedicated to educating all young and old...;D

Comment by Dr. Daniel F. Flores on July 27, 2012 at 2:43pm

Please read this inspiring story about the Dream & Go Center in Diamond Hill, Fort Worth.  It was written by corporate sponsor Texas Methodist Foundation.

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Dr. Daniel F. Flores

Comment by Dr. Daniel F. Flores on February 9, 2011 at 6:46pm
We recently launched The Dream & Go Center, a not-for-profit 501c3, in Fort Worth, Texas. We offer free community services such as ESL, basic computer skills, nutrition, and youth mentoring with guitar lessons. One of our goals is to foster a college-going culture among Hispanic/Latin@ youth. To that end, we will begin offering after-school tutoring/mentoring to the program. The center is located in an impoverished neighborhood and 100% of our clientele are Hispanics. We gladly welcome partnership with educational or corporate institutions interested in mentoring at-risk youth. Please contact me directly for details.
Comment by Reymundo Rocha Jr on October 22, 2010 at 10:46am
Yesterday I was informed that my nephew was in the hospital with blood clots. My immediate reaction was to go and see him. After the 7.5 hour trip I found that he had numerous blood clots in his lungs and his right leg for no medical apparent reason. As the evening came, we found some private time that we could talk. To my alarming surprise, I discovered he did not believe in GOD!. My purpose of this writing is that we must assist and ensure that in our counseling and or communication with our youth that we find a way in which we can introduce the subject of God. If introduced correctly you will find that it will assist in resolving or adressing numrous other issues and perhaps diverting potential pitfalls. I thank you for your time, Rey
Comment by Maria Caratini on March 28, 2010 at 2:23pm
As all of you work with Hispanic students, here is a blog that you may be interested in: http://hispanictalentmemo.com

Hispanic Talent Memo is an excellent resource of timely information on college students and the workforce. Look into the blog, which many of us have discovered on NSHP.
Comment by Eva Fontanez on March 5, 2010 at 7:07am
I'm the Advisor of "Orgullo Latino" Club (OLC) at Raritan Valley Community College. This is the Latino Student Organization which was founded by myself back in 1992. I act as a Mentor to these students, and my purpose is to make them into great Student Leaders while they're in College and great Future Leaders in whatever road they take after College. One of our most proud projects we have founded is the C.R.E.C.E.R. Program (Caring, Reaching, Educating, Connecting, Enriching, & Reaping). This is our High School Outreach Program, where OLC brings in local Latino high school juniors and seniors for a 1-day college experience. The entire event is pay by OLC Budget and Fundraisers. We also offer scholarship money to participants of CRECER. Many of our OLC students are product of CRECER. My students act as Mentors to these high schoolers, which is the main reason this program is so effective. This will be our 12th year. This year our CRECER Program will be held on April 6, 2010 at Raritan Valley Community College in Somerville, NJ. We are hoping to host over 100 Latino high schoolers and let them know how important it is to have a college education. If you'd like more information you can contact me at efontane@raritanval.edu.
Comment by Jennie Beltz on December 4, 2009 at 9:28am
I am a graduate student in counseling psychology and previously worked as a school psychologist with a hispanic population of children. I did an intensive research paper on hispanic adolescents and depression and the rates are alarming. Specially when it comes to teenager girls, they are more likely to suffer from depression and suicidal ideation and more likely to commit suicide than any other ethnic group including caucasians. We can't let this happen any longer! something must be done. I may only be able to reach my local community but if we all work together in this national network, maybe we can reach the whole country and change the statistics for good!!!
Comment by Angela Lopez on November 6, 2009 at 8:32am
I am involved working with Hispanic youth. I work delivering outreach programs to these children to teach them leadership to prepare them for collage, work and a better future. They need to learn skills to succeed in collage and work. I know that employers, business owners and managers need employees with more than just basic skills. I want to get more involved with the Hispanic/Latino communities to get more moms and dads involved in the education and future of their children. If anyone has any suggestions on how I should begin to get more information on persuing my dream to reach these communities, I would sure appriciate your comments. Gracias

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