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Native American and Latino students from surrounding areas attended a College Day at Michigan State University on Friday, October 23, 2015. The day was organized by the NAHBS (Native American and Hispanic Business Students) club on the MSU campus to help introduce college life and the necessary steps that need to be taken to prepare applications.

 

Twenty-one (21) students from Innovation Central took part in this opportunity.

 

Read more about the experience and the objective in an article published in the State News- the Michigan State University on-campus newspaper. Our very own Omar Cuevas is quoted and in the accompanying picture.

 

The State News- Native American & Latino Student College Day at MSU