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What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?

Yerania De Luca | SkillsConnection.org
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What Does it Mean to Be College Ready?

Kyrsi Zamora | Utah Valley University
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Thriving for Action: Mental Health & Personal Development

Zuri Garcia | Utah State University
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Sí Se Puede – Goal Setting and Its Importance

Isabel Mendez Ortiz | Goldman Sachs
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3 Actions You Can Take to Combat Stereotype Threat

London Reynolds | Collegiate Affiliate, University of Utah
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The Basics of Paying for College

Dyllen Cafferty | Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority
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Brigham Young University Multicultural Student Services & SOAR Overview

Levi Harper | Brigham Young University
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Superman Has Nothing on you – The Power of Power Poses

Maria Hernandez | Goldman Sachs
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Ni De Aquí...Ni De Allá: Making a Difference From Where I Stand

Juan Izaguirre | Florida Atlantic University
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Preparing and Paying for College

Mitchell Baccinelli | Florida Atlantic University
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Dr. Miguel Cardona

Secretary of Education

 

Dr. Miguel A. Cardona was sworn in as the 12th Secretary of Education on March 2nd, 2021.

 

Secretary Cardona previously served as the Commissioner of Education in Connecticut, a position he held after being appointed by Governor Ned Lamont in August 2019. In this position, he faced the unprecedented challenge of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and led the safe school reopening efforts in Connecticut. To do so, Secretary Cardona and his Department provided school districts with the balance of guidance, local autonomy, and oversight needed to ensure equitable and meaningful educational opportunities for students while also prioritizing public health mitigation measures.