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Hispanic Advisory Board of Cumberland County College

 
Mission:

The Hispanic Advisory Board advises the college of relevant issues and serves as a bridge for partnerships and collaborations with the Hispanic community of Cumberland County.

Message from the President:

We, in Cumberland County, are proud of our diverse community. Cumberland County College has had many achievements in the past while having an eye on a strong future. We believe that access to higher education is a direct pathway to a successful career and, therefore, embrace and support the mission of the Hispanic Advisory Board. Together, we can achieve more.
Shelly Schneider, Ed.D.

Nosotros, en el condado de Cumberland,estamos orgullosos de nuestra comunidad diversa. Cumberland County College ha tenido muchos logros en el pasado mientras se mantiene enfocado en un futuro sólido. Creemos que el acceso a la educación superior es un camino directo hacia una carrera exitosa y, por lo tanto, adopta y apoya la misión de la Junta Asesora Hispana. Juntos, podemos lograr más.
Shelly Schneider, Ed.D.

Active Hispanic Advisory Board Members 2018:

Jaqueline Roman Alvarez
Yolanda Garcia Balicki, Esq.
Lucy Covino
Victor Cruz
Margie Custodio
Isaias Garza
Gladys Lugardo-Hemple
Carlos Mercado
Carmen Miranda Jones
Rev. Benjamin Ocasio
Rev. David Rivera
Mario Ruiz-Mesa
Maribel Santos
Shirley Santos
Dr. Harry Paraison
Jerry Velazquez

CCC:

Diana Allende Appel
Dr. Maud Fried-Goodnight
William Reyes
Evelyn Rodriguez
Reta Rios
Iris Torres
Dr. Yves Salomon-Fernandez, Ex-officio

Cumberland County College Hispanic Advisory Board Scholarship

Criteria for Award:  Open to current CCC student or incoming freshmen student from Cumberland County with a minimum GPA of 2.75 (high school students will need to provide a copy of high school transcript for verification).  Applicants must be seeking to complete a degree within three years of semester start date and must submit a completed Education Success Plan signed by a CCC advisor.  Applicants must have financial need but not qualify for financial aid.  Applicants must not have any prior debt owed to the college.