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Youth Voices for Diversity Conference

Youth Voices for Diversity Conference  The Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF)'s President and CEO, Antonio Tijerino to speak on the A Conversation Abut Experiences Panel at the Youth Voices for Diversity Conference, taking place at Norwood High School in Silver Spring, MD!  Therefore,…

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PBS Kids “SciGirls” Series Stars Young Girls in STEM!

SciGirls The Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) supports SciGirls, a PBS Kids series starring young girls in STEM! SciGirls season four launched this February on PBS Kids. This Emmy Award winning show inspires youth to explore the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields while also celebrating their…

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Code as a Second Language (CSL) | March 2018

In March, HHF’s national initiative, Code as a Second Language (CSL) launched CSL Academies at Helen Cox High School in Harvey, Louisiana and Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, California.  “Computer science can help youth build the skills necessary for success…

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Hispanic Heritage Parent Awards | Pearson

HHF's 19th Annual Youth Awards honored 10 parents with the Hispanic Heritage Parent Award sponsored by Pearson at our regional ceremonies and one honored national parent at our 19th National Youth Awards on Capitol Hill!  Our National Parent Award was awarded…

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2018 ExxonMobil LOFT Fellowship

Applications are open to our 2018 ExxonMobil Latinos on Fast Track (LOFT) Fellowship! Through HHF's Latinos on Fast Track (LOFT), ExxonMobil seeks to nurture motivated college students across the country, with a passion for Engineering and Science. Apply here!  The…

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LOFT Coder Summit | Miami, FL

HISPANIC HERITAGE FOUNDATION AND THE U.S. ARMY TO HOST LATINOS ON FAST TRACK (LOFT) CODER SUMMIT IN MIAMI AT FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY’S BISCAYNE BAY CAMPUS Hundreds of Latino/a programmers —students, professionals and entrepreneurs – are expected for a day of workshops, presentations and…

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