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Photo Gallery: Creating Career Pathways and Building Pipelines to Higher Education Summit
(May 5, 2011)
Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis opens the discussion on creating career pathways and building pipelines to postsecondary education for Latino adult learners.
Celebrating his 66th birthday, Congressman Charlie Gonzalez welcomes the guests to the event and shares the Congressional Hispanic Caucusís commitment to this topic.
White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics Director Juan Sepulveda participates in the panel discussion.
Steve Russell, Chief People Officer for McDonalds USA, talks about workforce development on the job.
Eduardo Padron, President of Miami-Dade College where President Obama recently delivered the commencement speech, speaks about innovative programs at Hispanic institutions.
Youth Build students at the Latin American Youth Center in D.C. --Maria Sanchez and Apolonia Lopez share their inspiring stories with Assistant Secretary for ETA Jane Oates, Secretary Solis and attendees.
Assistant Secretaries Jane Oates, Michael Kerr and William Spriggs join Secretary Solis and Dr. Antonio Flores and staff of the Hispanic Association for Colleges and Universities for the MOU signing ceremony.
After signing an MOU, Secretary Solis and Dr. Flores reinvigorate their mutual commitment to work together.
Secretary Solis joins the panelists for a group shot.
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