Latino students in Arlington, Va., explore careers
from The Washington Post
Latino students from across Arlington County, Va., got to glimpse potential future careers at a leadership conference Friday at George Mason University. About 200 students spent the day on the college campus and met with Latino professionals to hear how they pursued their educations and jobs. "Bienvenidos a todos," said George Mason president Angel Carbrera, a native of Spain, in a keynote address. He encouraged the Arlington students to think without limits about their futures and to improve their chances of getting a good job by pursuing higher education.
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