Ovidilio Vásquez is a National Leadership Keynote Speaker. He went from being a farmboy raised in a poor village in the sugarcane fields of Central America to working for global companies like; Apple, Uber, Salesforce, Tesla, and General Motors.
Despite being labeled "at-risk" Ovi graduated from High School in three short years. He earned his B.A. in Business Management and is a TEDx speaker on Self-Leadership. Ovi has published six books —including a #1 Best-seller on Amazon™ and has been a recurrent On-air collaborator for Univision.
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We could use your help!
We are creating a video documentary of past Latino Summit participants. We would love for you to participate by recording a short two to three minute video. We have crated a list of guidelines and questions to help you create an impactful and inspirational video about your experience.
What should you include in the video?
Here are a list of questions we need you to answer in the video:
Your inspirational input.
Here is a list of questions you can answer in your video as well. Use one of these to help you shape your message.
Things to keep in mind.
You are exactly what Latino Summit is all about! Here are some guidelines that will keep our message consistent.
We would truly appreciate your participation! Thank you for sharing your journey! This year’s Latino Summit event will take place on Friday, November 17th, 2017 at Harper College. We will be sharing the finished video documentary after it’s viewing at the event.
In late March 2016 Stanford announced that accepted students whose families make less than $125,000 a year won’t have to pay anything for tuition. Stanford's student tuition normally runs nearly $46,000 a year.
“Our highest priority is that Stanford remain affordable and accessible to the most talented students, regardless of their financial circumstances,” said Provost John Etchemendy in a press release. “Our generous financial aid program accomplishes that, and these enhancements will help even more families, including those in the middle class, afford Stanford without going into debt.” The school says that 77 percent of undergraduates leave without student debt.
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