Monday, April 6, 2009

Harvard University & Harvard Business of School

After visiting Colby College and driving back down from Maine we had the opportunity to visit Harvard University. Unfortunately the weather was awfully rainy and we were not able to take a tour of the campus. We did, however, have the opportunity to hear from Diana Robles and David Hernandez Garcia who are both RAZA student admission officers. Students had ample time to hear about the admission process at Harvard as well as ask questions.

Immediately following session on admission to Harvard, students were then taken over to the Harvard School of Business (HBS). While students ate their dinner (which was delicious), a panel lead by Martin Curiel (president of the nantional non-profit Rising Farmer Worker Program and a HBS alumni) talked about their experience as undergraduates, employees, and HBS students. The panel of was compirsed of Scott Torres, Fransisco Robles, Andres Ergel, Rocio Parra, and Yvette Romero. Many students were particularly excited to hear from to Yvette and Rocio, two powerful examples of women succedding and achieveing great things.

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