LULAC Learning Center in Dallas to Receive More Funding

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) today announced it will expand and upgrade its Empower Hispanic America with Technology (EHAT) centers with the help of a grant from the General Motors Foundation. In Dallas, EHAT is administered by the LNESC.   Dallas LNESC provides academic support to low-income, “first-generation-in-college” students enrolled at Sunset…


GM Foundation Grants $1 Million to Hispanic Groups

Published Sept 10, 2015 – PRNewswire   Nineteen leading Hispanic groups will receive grants to fund programs focused on STEM education, including: League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) – Will expand its Empower Hispanic American with Technology (EHAT) initiative, which provides access to state-of-the-art technologies in 60 Hispanic communities across the United States. The centers will…


Summer STEM Camps Available for Dallas Students

Dallas chosen as pilot site to expand STEM education to East Dallas, Pleasant Grove By NANETTE LIGHT Dallas Morning News Ben Torres/Special Contributor Published: 30 July 2015 12:07 PM Updated: 30 July 2015 12:07 PM Veronica Mendoza held up a shard of glass, the fluorescent classroom light catching the glimmer of sugar crystals. “See them sparkle?”…


Dallas Can Honors Gloria Campos

Dallas Can Academies will name a school for Gloria Campos   by Robert Miller with the Dallas Morning News published June 3, 2015 Dallas Can Academies honored Natalie Jenkins Sorrell at its Motherhood Luncheon at The Renaissance Dallas Hotel. It also announced that it will name a school for retired WFAA-TV(Channel 8) news anchorwoman Gloria…

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