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Latino Youth Summit SCHOLARSHIP to attend South Puget Sound Community College 2016

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WHO is Eligible?   

 Any youth who attended the 2015 Latino Youth Summit at Centralia College, who meet the following requirements:

  • Must be a current high school, alternative school, or Running Start student,

OR a current South Puget Sound Community College student;

  • Minimum of 2.0 GPA;
  • Must submit a letter of reference from a current or recent teacher;
  • Must complete the scholarship application;
  • Must complete an essay or personal statement. Minimum of 400 words.

(1-2 pages. 12 pt. font. Double spaced.)

Select ONE of these topics to write about:

 

  1. How being Latino(a) has given you strength to complete your goals.
  2. How your educational goals will help you make your community a better place.
  3. How this scholarship can set you on the path you need for your future.
  4. What you want to accomplish in the next four years.

 

2016 Scholarship Application

Application packet is due no later than April 30, 2016.   

 

Three options to submit:

Mail to:         

The Hispanic Roundtable

Attention: Scholarship Committee

PO Box 6368, Olympia WA 98507

Email to:      

President@HispanicRoundtable.org

Internet:       

http://bit.ly/LYSScholarship

  • Five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to five different students.
  • Winners of the scholarships will be announced in May 2016.
  • The students and the school will be notified in writing.
  • Scholarship will be credited at South Puget Sound Community College on behalf of scholarship winners for students attending South Puget Sound Community College fall quarter 2016, or later if arrangements are made with the Hispanic Roundtable.
 
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THANK YOU Sponsors!

The Hispanic Roundtable would like to thank all sponsors and attendees for making the 2014 Latino Youth Summit another successful and memorable event. Contained in this Summary Slideshow is key data from the 2015 Summit, and important information to be taken into consideration for next year’s Summit. Please take a moment to digest this information.

THANK YOU to all of our sponsors and in-kind donors. The Latino Youth Summit would not be possible every year if the Hispanic Roundtable were not able to reach out for support from the benevolent and committed organizations in our community.

 
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Tablet Winner

One of this year’s randomly selected tablet winners, Julian Sanchez (left) and his father Jorge (right). Julian is a student at Winlock High School. Thank you for completing the post survey Julian and for helping us to discover new and better ways to serve our students!20160215_120535_001-1

 

 
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We need your input!

Our post survey is now closed.

Thank you for your responses.


 

Tell us about your experience at the 2015 Latino Youth Summit.

Students – please complete this brief survey.

Parents – please complete this brief survey.

We will be accepting responses until 12am on 12/10.

 

If you have any pictures from the day of the Latino Youth Summit we would love to see them! Submit your photos to hispanicroundtable@gmail.com for a chance to have your images featured on our website.

 
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SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Zumper apartment rental search is sponsoring a $1,000 college scholarship for Hispanic Roundtable .

Scholarship details: We’re looking for outstanding students who have helped their classmates or community in a tremendous way. Maybe you started a club that raised $10,000 for charity, or championed recycling and sustainable practices across campus. Whatever it is, we’d love to hear about it!

 
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Registration for the 2015 Latino Youth Summit is now OPEN!

 

Visit the 2015 Latino Youth Summit webpage for details.

 
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HRT Strategic Planning Meeting

Over the weekend members of the HRT Board met to discuss the vision and goals for HRT in the upcoming year.

From this meeting a new mission statement and vision were developed for HRT:

Vision Statement

Una fuerte comunidad Latina. A strong Latino community.

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Hispanic Roundtable is to strengthen the Latino community through partnerships, education, community building and cultural representation.

 
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You talked, we listened…

The results from our Media Survey are in!
Thank you to all those who contributed of their time and opinions.

 
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Hispanic Roundtable Champion

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Vincent Perez was recognized by the Hispanic Roundtable at the Thurston County Together! Champions Banquet. Thank you for all that you do for the Latino Community Vincent!

About Vincent:

Vincent Perez is the Latino outreach coordinator for the Association of Washington School Principles student leadership program. He was practiced experiential education and training for more than 15 years, with a focus on student engagement and staff development in leadership, juvenile justice and Latino empowerment. In 2004, he founded La Cima (the Summit), a bilingual leadership program. He has served as a Cispus challenge course manager, and worked in juvenile court mentoring and diversion. Vincent is especially moved when young people discover their voice and affirm their self worth.

 
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Thank you sponsors!

The Hispanic Roundtable would like to thank all sponsors and attendees for making the 2014 Latino Youth Summit another successful and memorable event. Contained in this Summary slide show are key data from the 2014 Summit, and important information to be taken into consideration for next year’s Summit. Please take a moment to digest this information.

THANK YOU to all of our sponsors and in-kind donors. The Latino Youth Summit would not be possible every year if the Hispanic Roundtable were not able to reach out for support from the benevolent and committed organizations in our community.

 

 
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Latino Youth Summit

Published on October 8, 2014 by in Featured

The Hispanic Round table and summit planning committee thanks our community sponsors and supporters for contributing to the Annual Latino Youth Summit.

Click here for a complete list of sponsors and pictures from the day of.

 
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My Beloved World: A Talk with Justice Sonia Sotomayor

Published on April 28, 2014 by in General

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor meets with University of Washington students to talk about My Beloved World, her memoir chronicling her journey from a housing project in the Bronx, New York, to her service as a federal judge in New York, and ultimately as a U.S. Supreme Court Justice. Drawing from student-submitted questions, UW Provost Ana Mari Cauce interviews the Justice about the formative experiences that shaped her into who she is today. Watch what Sotomayor has to say on a range of issues, including advice she would give to her 20-year-old self, handling racially-charged situations, what she is optimistic about, and much more.

Read more…

 
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HRT Board Member Kathy Baros-Friedt Recipient of the Thurston Group’s Humanitarian Award

Published on January 21, 2014 by in General, Media
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Barbara Clarkson presenting Kathy Baros-Friedt the Thurston Group’s Humanitarian Award at the organization’s annual banquet in honor of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Kathy Baros-Friedt received the Humanitarian Award from the Thurston Group of Washington State for her work in support of programs for youth and the homeless.  She was presented the award by Barbara Clarkson, a charter member of the Thurston Group, Saturday, January 18, at the organization’s annual banquet in honor in the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

 
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The Latino Youth Summit: A Ten Year Look Back

Published on June 24, 2013 by in General

Conclusions

  • Significant increase in both participants and schools
    • – From 60 to 500+ participants annually
    • – From a handful of schools to ~35
  • Multiple program formats used and proved
    • – We understand the minimum and average workshop offerings needed
    • – We understand program components of keynotes, noon program, exhibitors, lunches, campuses
    • – We have established main underlying themes of careers, education, healthy lifestyles
  • The Summit is a valuable resource for five rural county Latino youth
    • – We see an increase in interest each year
    • – In their own words, the Summit has inspired youth in multiple ways
    • – The program we provide is helping form life choices

To see the report please Click here

 

 
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UW – A Bridge to Engineering, A Bridge to Achievement

Published on May 3, 2013 by in General

Hispanic Roundtable Treasurer, Bill Fishburn, was recently featured in a University of Washington College of Engineering publication.  We’re grateful for Bill’s help in creating a pipeline of underrepresented minority students for higher education.

Read more…

 
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