Press Releases and News Coverage about the NCSHP.
Marco A. Zarate steps down as President of NCSHP. Board Member and Vice-President Elda
McGrath will assume the role of President of the organization.
NCSHP celebrates 20 years of promoting education at the Latino Education Gala
NCSHP received from Global Legacy Initiative and Sucess Training Institute 100 soft-skills training scholarships to benefit the Hispanic community.
NC Society of Hispanic Professionals partners with Burroughs Wellcome Fund in efforts to increase interest in STEM career awareness and selection among Hispanic students in North Carolina.
Hundreds of Hispanic Students Attend Largest Hispanic Educational Summit in North Carolina
NCSHP announces the 38 winners of its Hispanic Scholarship Fund
NCSHP welcomes new society director Neyra Toledo to oversee the day to day operations
NCSHP recognizes Elda McGrath and Yasmin Metivier for Over 10 Years of Service
The North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals Celebrates 15 Years of Promoting Education among Hispanic Youth in North Carolina
NCSHP 15th Anniversary Press Release
College Application Week (Nov. 18 – Nov 22) – High School Students have the Opportunity to Apply to Certain Colleges for Free
Hispanic Heritage Month brings Significant Awards to NCSHP Board Members for their Work in Education
Susan Zarate and MariaRosa Rangel Awards Press Release
Click here to watch a short video of Univision on MariaRosa.
Marco Zarate, President, and Co-Founder of North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals was Honored the Prestigious Ohtli Award by the Government of Mexico
Ohtli Award to Marco Zarate Press Release
Progress Energy Foundation Grants $15,000 for College Scholarships to Benefit Hispanic Students Interested in the Field of Engineering
Progress Energy Foundation Grant 2013 Press Release
Walmart is Named New Diamond Level Sponsor of the North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals
$38,200 Awarded in Scholarships to Hispanic Students from NC Hispanic College Fund to Continue their Education
Hispanic Students of ¡Gradúate! Program Graduate from High School and Apply to College
2013 Graduate Success Press Release
Dropout Prevention Program ¡Gradúate!, Continues in Alamance-Burlington School System Thanks to a Grant from the AT&T Foundation
ATT Press Release Graduate Program Funding ATT LEGAL APPROVED 121712 Press Release
New Program Launched to Increase Latino College Graduation Rates in the Triangle-Lumina Foundation’s $7.2 Million Initiative Supports Efforts in North Carolina, 9 Other States
Lumina Press Release
Dropout Prevention Program ¡Gradúate!, Continues in Alamance-Burlington School System Thanks to a Grant from the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
ZSR Graduate Program 2012 Press Release
The ¡Gradúate!, Program, a Dropout Prevention Initiative Continues in Wake County Thanks to a Grant from the Lumina Foundation
Lumina Graduate Program 2012 Press Release
Inspiration for Hispanic Students, Hundreds of Hispanic Students to Attend the Largest Educational Summit in North Carolina
2013 Hispanic Educational Summit Press Release
North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals establishes the Triad Chapter to help Hispanic students to succeed in education.
NCSHP Triad Chapter Press Release
College Board’s Destino Universidad, A College Planning Fair for Hispanic Families, Comes to Durham
Destino Universidad Press Release
NCShp In The News
Marco Zárate, Overcoming barriers, building leaders – BY LEWIS BEALE, Walter Magazine
Student-run fiesta raises money for young Latinos – BY PAUL A. SPECHT, NC News & Observer
N.C. Society of Hispanic Professionals – BY NANCY PARDUE, Cary Magazine
Making a Difference in North Carolina, BY BRIENNE PASICK – Latino Magazine, August 2014
New Guide Helps Hispanic Students in College Process BY CARALEE ADAMS, Education Week
Commentary: Community college made the difference BY DAVID ROMAN, The News&Observer
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