Last summer I got some exciting news, I accepted a public policy fellowship at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) that would change my life forever.
The nine month fellowship placed me and another 21 other excited graduate and public policy fellows to work at federal agencies, Capitol Hill, national non-profits and think tanks.
I was placed at the U.S. House of Representatives where I worked for 9 months doing research, writing memos, attending Capitol…Continue
One of the most important things we can do is exercise our right to vote. I am currently working at the U.S. House of Representatives and can really see the importance of casting your vote to bring in the people that make our policy decisions.
Today is also National Voter Registration Day so if you can vote and haven't registered yet, do it here! And if you can't, tell your parents, friends, tias,…Continue
As some of you know, I had the opportunity to travel abroad this year for a couple of weeks. I went to Paris, France, Athens and Aegina, Greece and Barcelona and Ibiza, Spain. During that time, I met great friends, explored new places, went on awesome adventures and made incredible memories. I also gained perspective on the world around me and learned an incredible deal about my own self.
Here are a few things that I learned from my trip to Europe.…Continue
So at the office, the interns and I, especially the avid blogger Araceli, talk about mylatinitas and blogging. We have 2 guy interns at our office that often feel left out since mylatinitas is GIRLS ONLY!!! And we would like to keep it that way but we would also like to give them the opportunity to blog, since we're all about equal rights right?? hehe.
Eric is our very funny and creative graphic design intern. He decided to write about a girl's true beauty, so here it is...oh…Continue