HoPe stands for Hispanic Organization Promoting Education. HoPe is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a vision to see Hispanic youth graduate high school, unleash their potential, and create a lasting legacy for ge...
Why HoPe is important to us, From Meadowcreek's High school HoPe officers!
My name is Jorge Narvaez and I'm the 2017-2018 Meadowcreek HoPe president. Last year I joined HoPe as an apprentice and it helped me become I am today. I was someone who was unspoken, unmotivated and least likely told interact with others. Joining HoPe caused me to break out of my shell and feel a sense of my school. Due to that, I have the amazing friends I have now and am more my community. It also showed me to become a better leader. HoPe has changed my character, lifestyle, and attitude in a positive way and I do encourage everyone to join the HoPe fam.
Hey, my name is Kevin Rocha I am an upcoming sophomore at Meadowcreek High school and VP of Development for HoPe. In my freshman year of high I was an apprentice and I was inspired to becomes a legacy leader! Being Hispanic sure is a fight in the society. When I was a kid I sometimes felt ashamed of my culture, on how I couldn't be like other people and how they would stare at us like if we were from a different universe. So for the rest of middle I've had myself in a little box. I put duck tape on top of duck tape, all my box so I couldn't be opened to the place we called earth. In 8th I went to a Latino STEM fair and that's when I first heard of HoPe. Ever since I've been in love with HoPe. Then came the HoPe conference. Co-founder Angela was talking about how we are all loved and no matter what someone cares about you. HoPe has really helped me over the fear of being judged for being Hispanic and being hated or not liked for my culture. HoPe has opened a new door for me. A door of opportunity. #hopestrong
my name is Lucero Perez and I am Meadowcreek's VP of Service. Being apart of HoPe for 3 years now has allowed for me to grow and develop as a person and as a leader. When I joined HoPe freshman year, I automatically fell in love with HoPe and their purpose of helping students achieve their dreams and gain success. Shortly after being an active member, I applied to be an apprentice and I was looking up to amazing leaders. Having the honor of being an apprentice, I have learned so much from them. They have taught me to never give up on my dreams even when times get tough, and they have been there for me when gone through rough times. When you're apart of HoPe, you become apart of a family who cares deeply about and only to see you succeed.
Hello, my name is Alexandra Virula. I am currently a senior at Meadowcreek High School. I am apart of many clubs, one of them includes HoPe. I mention HoPe because this particular club has impacted my life in quite an instant. Last year, joining hope as an apprentice allowed me to develop more leadership skills. The leaderships include public speaking, delegating between tasks, and always viewing things with positivity. My life has completely flipped. I've been more knowledgeable about situations. Today as Meadowcreek's VP of Communications I have portrayed these characteristics and will continue to assimilate and learn. HoPe brings out a different side of me, a side that represents the real me, a side that I hope everyone can themselves. HoPe is a way that we all can unite. It is a way that we can all engage. It is a way that we can ignite the world, together as one.#hopestrong
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