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    Food & Drink, Family, LIFE, Featured, LIFESTYLE • September 18, 2016

    My baby sister (she’s 17!) will be off to college soon. It’s so crazy! She just started looking at different schools and is actually looking at a bunch in California!

    My baby sister (she’s 17!) will be off to college soon. It’s so crazy! She just started looking at different schools and is actually looking at a bunch in California! Seeing her go through this process reminds me of how exciting it was for me at her age. I was the first in my immediate family to go to college which was so important. My years at NYU were some of the most exciting and fulfilling in my life. I feel so fortunate to have been able to attend. I’m still so thankful to my family for sending me.

    With that, I know a college education can be crazy expensive, which is why I’m so excited to partner with Café Bustelo and their “El Café del Futuro” scholarship. It’s an essay contest for students of Latino descent living in the U.S. in partnership with HACU (Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities).A little extra cash for school is always a good thing! All the info you need to apply is below. This year’s essay topic should describe how your Hispanic/Latino heritage, family, and the community in which you grew up has inspired your desire and motivation to obtain a college degree and how you plan to give back to their community. The deadline to enter is May 26th, 2017.

    To get the official rules and apply click here and good luck!

    Thank you to Café Bustelo for partnering on this post.

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    Comments (05)

    1. Your outfit is gorgeous as usual, but we already knew that. What’s even more gorgeous is your mind! Thank you for using your platform to spread love and information! I am so sorry that these are the times we live in still…in 2017. Sending much love! And pinky swear to do my part in calling out racism and hate.

      http://fashamorphosis.blogspot.com

    2. Darling I am moved by your statements and agree and endorse your message . I would also like to add that these same vile people target the LGBT community, the physically and mentally challenged, and all who speak out against them. If any good can come out of this tragedy, it is that we have seen the faces of these cowards and will not allow them to go back to normal. Out the enemies!!
      Jandrew
      Dress The Part
      http://www.jandrewspeaks.com

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