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2023 High School Virtual Leadership Seminar

by Maribel Sánchez

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High School Virtual Leadership Seminar (HSVLS)
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Agenda | Saturday, April 29th, 2023
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Opening Remarks by CHCI
12:00-12:10 PM

Resume Workshop by State Farm
12:10-1:00 PM

Keynote by AZ State Representative, Legislative District 26 - Flavio Bravo
1:00-1:50 PM

Political Values Workshop by Close Up
2:00-2:50 PM

Storytelling Workshop by CHCI
2:50-3:30 PM

Financial Literacy Workshop by Mastercard
3:30-4:20 PM

Closing Remarks
4:20-4:30 PM
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Caroline Gonzalez Scott is Vice President of Programs at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute. In this capacity, she leads a team that manages and develops leadership and professional development programs for emerging Latin@/x leaders. the next generation of Latino leaders. 

For nearly 20 years, Caroline’s career has centered on education and engagement, supporting the leadership and professional development for individuals of the global majority. This includes training and coaching political candidates, organizers, and advocates, supporting parents and paraprofessionals with early childhood language and literacy development efforts, and working as a public-school middle school teacher.  

A native of California, Caroline is a very proud Uruguayan-American. She is a graduate of American University and George Washington University’s Graduate School of Education and Human Development and currently resides in the DC- metro area. 
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High School Virtual Leadership Seminar (HSVLS)
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Speaker Overview
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Opening Remarks
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Caroline Gonzalez Scott is Vice President of Programs at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute. In this capacity, she leads a team that manages and develops leadership and professional development programs for emerging Latin@/x leaders. the next generation of Latino leaders. 

For nearly 20 years, Caroline’s career has centered on education and engagement, supporting the leadership and professional development for individuals of the global majority. This includes training and coaching political candidates, organizers, and advocates, supporting parents and paraprofessionals with early childhood language and literacy development efforts, and working as a public-school middle school teacher.  

A native of California, Caroline is a very proud Uruguayan-American. She is a graduate of American University and George Washington University’s Graduate School of Education and Human Development and currently resides in the DC- metro area. 
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