Careers in Community Service
A career reference series for Latino youth, focusing on the unique experiences of Hispanics in the workplace.
-- Detailed descriptions of numerous careers, including education, training, and talent necessary, with salary ranges and outlook from a Latino perspective
-- Personal stories of successful Latinos in many fields, including 10 to 12 interviews per book
-- Wealth of anecdotal information for middle school and high school youth
-- Complete resource sectionFeatures a multitude of jobs in non-profit agencies, including various legal and medical careers. Includes stories of Raul Yzaguirre (National Council of La Raza), Antonio Hernandez (Mexican American Legal Defense) and Ronald Blackburn Moreno (ASPIRA)
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