Welcome to NCSHP
Since 1999, the sole mission of the North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals (Sociedad de Profesionales Hispanos) is to promote the education of Hispanic students at all scholastic levels. Through our educational programs and initiatives, we work to lower the dropout rate of Hispanic students in North Carolina and provide them with access to higher education. We believe that an investment in a Hispanic student is an investment in North Carolina.
Scholarship Opportunity for DACA and TPS Students
DREAM.US announces scholarships for DACA and TPS students: DEADLINE TO APPLY JUNE 09, 2016. FIND OUT MORE VISITING WWW.THEDREAM.US
DREAM. US anuncia becas a estudiantes que sean del Programa de Acción Diferida para los llegados en la Infancia (DACA) y estudiantes de Estado y Protección Temporal (TPS): FECHA LÍMITE PARA SOLICITAR 09 DE JUNIO, 2016. PARA MÁS INFORMACIÓN, VISITE WWW.THEDREAM.US
NCSHP Upcoming Events
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT WORKSHOPS: October, 2016
The Student Achievement Workshop Series is designed to provide teachers and school administrators with research-based strategies and best practices to promote academic success among Hispanic students. For additional information on the event, please click here: Hispanic Achievement Workshops
SAVE THE DATE: MI ÉXITO, LA UNIVERSIDAD: November 5, 2016
For additional information on the event, please click here: Mi Exito Universidad
2016 SUMMIT COMMENTARY Now Available
On Friday, March 11th, students from 30 counties throughout North Carolina gathered at the NC State McKimmon Center for the 17th Annual Hispanic Educational Summit. The day focused on encouraging students to overcome obstacles, graduate from high school and pursue higher education. For highlights of the day, please view our SUMMIT COMMENTARY and view media coverage by Univision by clicking the video to the right.
Watch US on UNC-TV's "North Carolina Now"
NCSHP was featured on UNC-TV's "North Carolina Now" on Thursday, April 10 at 7:30 PM. NCSHP's President and Co-founder, Marco Zarate was interviewed by UNC-TV's Shannon Vickery on our programs and accomplishments over the last 15 years. Click the video to the right to view the segment.