Institute Challenges High School Students
May 2, 2012
Students at the opening session of the Hispanic Youth Mini-Institute
Empowering Latino high school students to understand they can go to college was the theme of the day at the 2012 Hispanic Youth Mini-Institute, held on Friday, April 27, at Regent University. Approximately 50 local Latino high school students gathered in the Library Auditorium to begin a day of presentations, workshops and small group interaction, all designed to inform and excite them about the prospect of college.
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