Encuentros in the News

02.16.2013
by Edward Sifuentes, San Diego Union Tribune

Two San Diego County groups will host a conference March 9 aimed at lowering boys’ dropout rates by increasing the number of Latino educators.

Leaders in business, education and public policy are encouraged to attend, as well as community members interested in learning more about the issue.

02.13.2013
by Edward Sifuentes, San Diego Union Tribune

Two North County groups will host a conference March 9 aimed at lowering Latino boys’ dropout rates by increasing the number of Latino educators.

Leaders in business, education and public policy are encouraged to attend, as well as community members interested in learning more about the issue.

The half-day conference will include Al Mijares, superintendent of the Orange County Office of Education, as keynote speaker. Robert Deegan, superintendent of Palomar College, and Devin Vodicka, superintendent of Vista Unified School District will each serve on one of several discussion panels.

04.25.2011
PRESS RELEASE

On Monday, April 18, 2011 it was announced that the Carlsbad High School student Encuentros Club had successfully raised $400 for their 2011 scholarship fund. Additionally, the funds were matched by the local Encuentros Leadership organization bringing the total available this school year to $800. The club will be awarding two scholarships to deserving students. This is the second year the Encuentros Club has raised scholarship dollars to support graduating students moving on to college.

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