Wednesday is National Coming Out Day, which is an annual lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, and intersex (LGBTQI) awareness day observed on Oct. 11. Continue reading National Coming Out Day 2017: 11 Quotes To Celebrate LGBT Life
Lourdes Lopez was already a serious dance student at the prestigious School of American Ballet before she realized she could pursue a career in the art form she loved. It was while preparing a school report on what she wanted to be when she grew up that she found an article on famed New York City Ballet dancer Jacques d’Amboise. Continue reading Ballerina in Charge, Lourdes Lopez
Patients may hear some — or all — of these words while speaking to their doctors about breast cancer. Understanding these terms and how they can affect you may be key to getting the help you need. Continue reading National Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Key terms you should know
Baseball and Latin America are inextricably linked throughout history, and MLB especially has benefited from the talents of Latino players. From Luis Manual Castro in 1902 to the stars of today–hi José Altuve–the major leagues wouldn’t be the spectacle that they are today without players hailing from Latin America. That’s why MLB is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15) with events throughout the country. The most intriguing of those involves stickball and it’s happening on Saturday, September 23 in front of one of the most famous cathedrals of the sport: Yankee Stadium. Continue reading MLB Is Honoring Stickball’s Importance in Latino Communities As Part of Hispanic Heritage Month
Nike has big plans for celebrating Latino Heritage Month this year. For more than a decade, Nike has celebrated cultural moments with limited footwear projects that include Black History Month, Chinese New Year, West Indies Day, and Puerto Rico Day to name a few.
Trying to reach young Hispanics on mobile? Check your assumptions at the door. Continue reading Reaching U.S. Latino Millennials on Mobile: Android is the Future
Springfield, Mass.—Middle-income Latinos in the workforce say they feel less financially secure and worry more about money than other Americans, posing higher hurdles to planning for retirement and building wealth, according to new research commissioned by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual).
Continue reading MassMutual study finds Latinos feel less secure and worry more about money than other Americans
A job interview can be the most challenging part of an employment search. While you can do almost everything else — writing up a resume, crafting a cover letter, and looking at job postings — from the safety and security of your home, actually putting yourself together and meeting with a potential employer is tough. It’s stressful, unpredictable, and there are all kinds of things that can go wrong.
Continue reading Job Interview Do’s and Don’ts That Everyone Should Know
Telemundo announces the launch of #NuestroOrgullo, a national campaign celebrating culture, traditions and contributions of Latinos in the United States during Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15–October 15).
Continue reading Telemundo Launches Major National Hispanic Heritage Month Campaign
Recently, I was sitting in a conference room full of people, and the presenter started talking about Millennials and how they don’t work hard, they feel entitled, and don’t understand how to be professional (I’m paraphrasing). Most of the heads began to nod, and there were audible affirmations and body shifts. As I looked around the room, I realized I was one of about five millennials in the room. So I sat back in my chair and thought, aren’t some of the millennials your children?
Continue reading I am a Millennial