Capital’s staff and students provided information on academic, continuing education and early college programs as the 14th Latino Expo returned to the Connecticut Convention Center on March 8th and 9th.
Sharing College information at the Latino Expo: Intern Kemona Golding, Marisol Malave and Jeannette Rivera
The Expo, a free-admission festival of Hispanic culture, business and entertainment, drew thousands of attendees to dozens of demonstrations and booths involving employers and businesses, higher education, service organizations and agencies. Coordinating the activities at the Expo were the Welcome Center’s Assistant Director Jeannette Rivera and Marisol Malave of the Dean of Administration’s office – advisors to the Latin American Student Association (LASA).
U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal visited the College’ Latino Expo booth on March 9th. From left Marisol Malave, Senator Blumenthal. Advancement Intern Kemona Golding, LASA President Jesus Hermosilla and LASA Executive Assistant Sheyla Rivera.
Governor Dannel P. Malloy stopped by Capital’s booth after making remarks at the Latino Expo.
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