I come from a small country called Ecuador, in my country a great percentage of children will not be graduating with a College degree because they were born in poverty like I was. I know that the only way out of poverty is through education because of that I will be the voice of the Latino community here at Weber State. I have years serving the Latino Community and I know by experience how to help Latino students feel included in College if they do not have family or someone who supports them. I will also help create support for Latinos students from Weber State who are at risk of dropping out of College. I know there are contributions and plans I can make that will help my community and the group involved with WSU.
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