A new-business prospect in the retail jewelry category once closed the door on a proposed Hispanic marketing launch by asserting “Latinos don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day.” Continue reading MYTH: LATINOS DON’T DO VALENTINE’S DAY
It’s a great time to be searching for jobs and exploring different opportunities. And ideally, that’ll mean going on lots of interviews.
Continue reading 4 Questions Candidates Should Ask During a Job Interview
By Erin Fox
As you begin to investigate what major you should pursue, you might find yourself drawn to a STEM major. STEM majors are diverse, challenging, and offer a wide array of opportunities. From to biochemists to ocean engineers and meteorologists to applied mathematicians, colleges are preparing students in these programs for future work in exciting careers.
Continue reading 5 Reasons to Consider a STEM Major
Actress and former CEO of The Glam App, Cara Santana, has joined Glamsquad as their Global Engagement Officer. The longtime actress founded The Glam App after struggling to find on demand beauty services during filming in more remote locations where services were not easily accessible. Continue reading Cara Santana Joins Glamsquad As Their Global Engagement Officer After Her Success With The Glam App
The Sundance Film Festival is known for championing eclectic, independent work from artists around the world. Given their specific diversity-driven initiatives of years past, the 2019 edition of the festival was no exception, particularly with respect to cinema of interest to the Latino community. Continue reading Culture Circuit: Latinos & Film – A Sundance Film Festival Perspective
Petal looks at a person’s overall financial history to issue credit cards to people like immigrants and low-income Americans who often struggle to access them. Continue reading This new credit card helps build a credit score for people who don’t have one
Home will always be the foundation of any child’s learning, and healthy online habits are no different. Google’s Be Internet Awesome created a bilingual Family Guide and online safety tips in English and Spanish to help families practice good digital habits in their everyday lives. Continue reading 5 tips to help families talk about online safety at home
Samantha Ortiz started a business before even realizing she started a business. A couple of times a week, her sister and her sister’s best friend would find themselves in the Ortiz family living room getting ready to be led in a workout by Samantha. Thanks to social media and personal referrals,what started with just the three of them slowly grew into more structured classes — and this was the beginning of Triple Threat Bootcamp, or the Ortiz family business. Continue reading This Latina Started A Studio With Her Family And Became One Of NYC’s Top Trainers In The Process
At a time when Latin music is experiencing unprecedented popularity and Sony leads the Latin category in U.S. market share, according to Nielsen Music, Nir Seroussi’s unexpected exit from Sony Music U.S. Latin — on Jan. 18, after four years as president and another four as managing director — came as a surprise to the Latin music community. Sony did not give a reason for the change, although both the label and Seroussi said they were parting on amicable terms.
But the announcement of Alex Gallardo, 43, as the division’s new president puts an artist favorite at the helm of the company and reinforces its commitment to investing in A&R. Continue reading Under Alex Gallardo, New Artistic Direction For Sony Music US Latin
The Institute for Educational Leadership (IEL) announced the launch of Rise Up for Equity, a digital and grassroots campaign to prepare, support, and mobilize leaders to eliminate systemic barriers to equity in education and workforce development. Continue reading The Institute for Educational Leadership Launches Rise Up for Equity Campaign to Eliminate Barriers to Equity in Education and Workforce Development