Career Development Services - 5:11
with Dr. Felipe Lopez-Sustaita, Executive Director of the Hispanic Latino Commission of Michigan
Posted Nov 09, 2017
The Hispanic Latino Commission of Michigan strives to market the state's career development services to Michigan Hispanics, encourage initiatives to reduce the high school dropout rates of Hispanic youth, and facilitate efforts to increase the enrollment of Hispanics in post-secondary education and training programs. Dr. Felipe Lopez-Sustaita of the Hispanic Latino Commission of Michigan talks about how the commission is helping Hispanics across the State of Michigan. Interview recorded October 26th, 2017.
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