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  • Homero Magana offers advice to SLO County high schoolers at Cuesta outreach event

    Motivational speaker and school counselor Homero Magaña spoke at the Cuesta College "Sí Se Puede" event about his life growing up in Michoacán, Mexico, and the transition to the United States. Eventually, he earned two master's degrees and visited with former first lady Michelle Obama at a White House conference.

Motivational speaker and school counselor Homero Magaña spoke at the Cuesta College "Sí Se Puede" event about his life growing up in Michoacán, Mexico, and the transition to the United States. Eventually, he earned two master's degrees and visited with former first lady Michelle Obama at a White House conference. David Middlecamp The Tribune
Motivational speaker and school counselor Homero Magaña spoke at the Cuesta College "Sí Se Puede" event about his life growing up in Michoacán, Mexico, and the transition to the United States. Eventually, he earned two master's degrees and visited with former first lady Michelle Obama at a White House conference. David Middlecamp The Tribune

Cuesta College tells 500 Hispanic students ‘Yes, you can’ pursue higher education

March 31, 2017 06:54 PM

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