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“Mi Éxito, la Universidad” Hispanic Educational Fair

“Mi Éxito, la Universidad”
Hispanic Educational Fair 

Our Hispanic Education Fair is for parents, students, and children who are interested in how to better their life and their child’s life through education.

Join us on Saturday, September 14 for our annual Hispanic Educational Fair! This event is free and open to Hispanic students and their families!  Attend for a chance to win a computer! You won’t want to miss this special event!

DSC_6346The Hispanic Education Parent Fair is an initiative of the NCSHP to promote and disseminate information on the benefits of formal and higher education among the Hispanic youth of North Carolina.  This event is focused on reaching out to the parents of Hispanic Students in North Carolina in order to provide them with the tools and information to help their kids through school and encourage them to pursue higher education.


NCCU Mary M. Townes Science Complex1900 Concord St, Durham, NC 27707

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Parent Fair Objectives:

  • Inform Hispanic parents of North Carolina of the importance of staying in school and the importance of a college education
  • Equip Hispanic parents with the knowledge and tools necessary to navigate the NC School System and keep their child on the path to college
  • Provide training and resources on household methods and practices that can be used to supplement student learning and therefore improve academic success

 Fair Highlights DSC_6350

Session topics for the Fair include but are not limited to:

  • How to navigate the Public School System and Common Core
  • College admission and course requirements
  • Educational opportunities at the community college, private college, and public university level
  • The benefits of bilingualism in the workplace
  • Financial aid options for college including FAFSA
  • Community, private and state college exhibitors provide resources about their college and the application process.

Attend for a chance to win a computer! 

Feature Presentations

2019 Presentations:

To be announced

Past Presentations:

Making the Case: Why we need more Latinos in STEM! / Be part of the next generation of STEM Professionals! – NC Society of Hispanic Professionals

El Poder del Bilingüismo en la Educación y el Trabajo – Gerardo Santoyo, Red GlobalMX Capitulo Raleigh

Navigating the U.S.A. Educational system / Navegando por el sistema educativo de los Estados Unidos – Mireya Ruiz Ramos, Wake County Public Schools

Immigration Options for Youth – Attorney Jenny Doyle, Doyle Immigration Counsel, LLC

El Viaje a la Universidad: A Traves del lente de la Primera Generacion de Estudiantes Latinx – Juana Hernandez & Rossy Garcia, College Foundation Inc

College 101: Introduction to College Admission – Jose Eric Garcia, Bryant University

Educational Opportunities at the Community College, Private College, and University – Heidi White & Viviana Reyna, Durham Technical Community College; Emily Guzman, NCCU

How to Plan and Finance your College Education?/ ¿Cómo Planear y Financiar Su Educación Universitaria?- Carlos Liriano, Wells Fargo

College Admissions 101 – Maria Rodriguez, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


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  • Appalachian State University
  • Bryant University
  • College Foundation of North Carolina
  • Consulate General of Mexico
  • East Carolina University
  • El Centro Hispano
  • Meredith College
  • NC Central University
  • NC Society of Hispanic Professionals
  • NCSHP TuPortalSTEM
  • NC State Parks
  • NCSU College of Engineering, The Engineering Place
  • NCSU Goodnight Scholars Program
  • NCCU School of Law
  • NC School of Science and Math
  • State Farm
  • University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • Univision 40
  • Ventanilla de Orientación Educativa (VOE)
  • Wake Tech Community College


8:30am – Registration
9:30am – Welcome Address
10:00am- Concurrent Session 1
10:55am – Concurrent Session 2
11:45am- Visit Community Resources
12:15am- Concurrent Session 3
1:00pm – Closing remarks and Raffle


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 Media Sponsors

La Conexcionfox 50 La Ley LogoLa Noticia Logo  QP Newsp-soloUnivision 40 logo v1 UniMAS_RAL_stack-colorLa Mega RadioRadio Vision

2018 Latin Media Promotions

Interview with Maru Quintero of Univision 40

2017 Latin Media Promotions

Univision 40 – TV Promo


La Mega 1310AM – Radio Promotion

La Conexion – News Article



North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals
8450 Chapel Hill Road, Suite 209
Cary, NC 27513

Phone: (919) 467-8424
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