LA CIMA One-day workshop

October 19, 2017

8:30AM - 1:30PM



Everett High School at Everett Community College


Everett High School Students

Student Participants Will:

  • Build an academic identity through positive connections with Latino high school and college role models
  • Engage in a bilingual & biliterate environment designed to promote the value of reading, writing and speaking in two languages
  • Learn leadership and life skills including: goal setting, teambuilding, leadership styles, resiliency, service to one’s school and community, and negotiating a bicultural existence
  • *Adults attending the conference will learn with their students and will also have networking time with other committed educators and community members from 11am-noon.


  • 8:30 Arrival
  • 8:45 


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College Mentors

Mentor Responsibilities

  • Share your dreams and success with younger students.
  • Serve as a role model for the one-day workshop by following directions, speaking on the mic, and smiling. • Facilitate a group of 9-14 high school students.
  • Participate with enthusiasm! Bring a sack lunch!
  • Please arrive at 7:30 a.m. to help the facilitators set up. You will receive a T-shirt, a notebook with handouts, lesson plans, a schedule and some instruction on activities. • The day ends at 2:00 p.m.


As an educator, my first question is, “What are the right questions?”

— Vincent Perez

A Right Question

At La Cima, we will ask and answer important questions such as, “Can you tell us about your family’s educational history, and what that means to you?” Please consider this question and be prepared to share your story. Here are a few more, “Can you tell a story about failure and what you learned from it? Can you tell a story about success?”


Please fill out this form if you have been recruited to serve as a college mentor for the La Cima Bilingual Leadership workshop:

Name *
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