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Latino/Hispanic SIG

The Latino/Hispanic Special Interest Group represents the perspectives and concerns of those professionals who are responsible for the counseling, guidance, education, recruitment and transition (from high school to college) of Latino/Hispanic students. It is also responsible for the dissemination, discussion and representation of any and all related topics, issues and trends relevant to Latino/Hispanic college admission counseling. It achieves this through meetings, workshops and all available technological means. 

Latino/Hispanic SIG Leader: 
Claudia Hernández-Ponce
University of Denver

Latino/Hispanic SIG Co-Leader: 
Julio Mata
Miami University

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