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Student Spotlight: Josué Hernandez

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2018 GraduationMay 5th, 2018
8 months to go.

JosueCongratulations to Josué Hernandez, who just learned that he was accepted to the Summer Institute for General Management at Stanford!

Josué was born in Texas, moved to the Bay Area seven years ago, currently works as a bilingual retail consultant at Sprint Nextel, and will be graduating from NDNU in May with a degree in Human Services.    The Summer Institute for General Management is a four-week program for exceptional college juniors, seniors, and recent college graduates.  Its intent is to enhance participant understanding of business and management fundamentals while learning from world-renowned Stanford Graduate School of Business faculty and “building a diverse network of talented peers from around the world.”

Congratulations,  Josué!

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10 Comments

  1. Connie Puccetti says:

    Congratulation Josue! What an opportunity!

  2. Josue says:

    Hello, Connie. Thank you so much! 🙂

  3. Gaby says:

    Congrats chiquito! I’m so proud of you! 🙂

  4. Josué says:

    Thank you, Gaby. 🙂

  5. Diane says:

    I’m so impressed, Josue. A fellow student excelling in academia. Congratulations!

  6. Kim Samayoa says:

    Congratulations, Josue!

  7. Benoit Cournoyer says:

    Congrats buddy.

  8. Antonio A. Chapa says:

    Felicidades Josue, nos sentimos muy orgullosos de ti. Sigue asi.

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