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.
NCSHP Upcoming Events
NCSHP 15th Anniversary Gala - Saturday, December 13, 2014. Purchase your Ticket NOW!
NCSHP will finalize it's 15th Anniversary festivities with a 15th Anniversary Gala on Saturday, December 13, 2014 at the Hilton Garden Inn, Cary. To purchase your tickets now, click here NCSHP Gala
NCSHP, is proud to celebrate 15 years of service to Latino youth in North Carolina through educational programming and scholarships.
Forum on “The State of Latino Education in North Carolina – Successes and Challenges”
After 15 years of serving the Latino population with the sole mission of "promoting education among Hispanic youth", NCSHP held a forum on "The State of Latino Education in North Carolina - Successes and Challenges" on May 22, 2014 at the Museum on History in Downtown Raleigh. NCSHP invited strong leaders in NC's public education system and higher education system. Panelists included; State Superintendent June Atkinson, NC Department of Public Instruction, President Scott Ralls, North Carolina Community College System, President Tom Ross, The University of North Carolina System, and President A. Hope Williams, NC Independent Colleges and Universities. Learn more about the forum here -NCSHP Forum
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 embedded video to the right to view the segment.
“My mother and I now are not confused and scared as much as before about school. Now we feel confident. My mother has become more involved in my school. Now I want to learn more about my school subjects. My mother feels more proud about me.”
Eduardo, 10th grade →
2013 Stay In School Video Contest
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