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Guest Blog: Three Tips for Surviving Christmas Away from Home by Golibé Omenaka Representative from Bethel School of Technology, member of the Alliance for Hispanic Education The Holidays are some of the most special, memorable and nostalgic times of the year. For...
Guest Blog: Three Hispanic Christmas Traditions to Share With your Non-Hispanic Roommate by Tokyo Garza A student at Dallas Baptist University, NHCLC's Premier Education Sponsor and member of the Alliance for Hispanic Education As Christmas draws near, many are...
White House announces "American Dream Plan," promises to fuel Hispanic prosperity On November 2, 2020, President Donald Trump along with his administration announced the "American Dream Plan" which focuses on pathways of prosperity for the Hispanic community. In a...
Guest Blog: Why I started a Christian Tech School The future of work is in tech, and every company is a tech company. From the silicon valley startup exploring artificial intelligence to the mom n pop sandwich shop that’s taking online orders, every company is a...
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