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During our summer camps the girls wrote down ways continue to inspired them and help them lead the way:
Paulina; " I got inspired by learning that in order to be a good leader i also have to think about myself and that only i can make my dreams happen"
Karla: " How to control my stress and some tips on stress situations"
" They helped me lead by showing me the meaning of leadership and how to show leadership to others"
Fernanda: "I was…Continue
On Tuesday, 300 fans gathered in front of Los Angeles’ Madame Tussaud for the unveiling of Selena Quintanilla’s wax figure. People from all over the country flew in to see the beloved Tejana artist. Not surprisingly, being that Selena was from Corpus Cristi, many of the guests in attendance were from Texas. Additionally, many of the fans in attendance spoke about how Selena’s wax figure also paid tribute to the incredible contributions Selena made to…Continue
Growing up, I was always nervous of speaking in class because I was afraid someone would make fun of my accent. I would avoid eye contact whenever a teacher would be looking for someone to read the next passage. Of course, this only led to the teacher calling on me to read. I never quite understood why teachers did this. I suppose it’s because they think it will help shy students speak more in class. Well, let me tell you,…Continue
For many seniors in high school, the college application process has already started. And from experience, I know it can be a bit overwhelming.
Thus, I have decided to write a post today dedicated to the financial aid and scholarship application…Continue
Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes, but most importantly, beauty comes from within. There are various ways that women and young ladies like to assess their beauty. I am here to tell you that the way you choose to express yourself makes you beautiful. Beauty is unique, and there are many different ways to feel beautiful. More than that, I am here to tell you to not let anyone shame your beauty for wearing a certain type of clothes, makeup, or no makeup.
Often times, girls are…Continue
Last night, the internet was buzzing with videos and images from MTV’s “Video Music Awards”. The evening was filled with incredible fashion and beautiful acceptance speeches. Also, I want to congratulate Rihanna on being the youngest recipient of the Michael Jackson Vanguard award! Her talent, success, and passion are incredible!
Laurie Hernandez is not only the youngest but also the only Latina that is a part of the United States gymnastics olympic team in the 2016 Rio Olympics. She was born on June 9, 2000 in New Brunswick, New Jersey and is of Puerto Rican descent. After Laurie began taking recreational classes, she was spotted by Maggie Haney who has been her coach ever since. Quickly, both Laurie and her trainer proved that they had what it took to make it to the Olympics one day. In 2012, Laurie finished 21st…Continue
During the STEM camps we address the type of careers that are out there that are mostly dominated by males and that women are not seen working in those fields that much. Our girls got a lesson on what STEM means which is science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The girls were then asked to write what they thought of women working in these careers and to give an example of a women working in these careers.
" I think women would be best at mathematics. Women should…Continue
After learning about Photoshop and the effects it can have on our self-esteem, our Latinitas wrote letters to themselves expressing everything they like about them, most specially, appreciating their won flaws which makes them beautiful and unique.