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Guerrero to attend conference
Larry Guerrero Jr.
Larry Guerrero Jr. of Floresville has been selected to participate in the National Student Leadership Conference (NSLC) on entrepreneurship and business this summer at Fordham University.
During the conference, Larry will attend specialized workshops and classes designed to develop the skills and traits that define a leader. Leading professionals and professors from top colleges facilitate the programs and engage the students in hands-on activities that provide students with a day-in-the-life understanding of a prospective career.
Larry will also have the opportunity to meet recognized leaders. Past special guest speakers have included Secretary of Education Rod Paige, U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, CIA Director Michael Hayden, and leaders in the fields of medicine, business, engineering, diplomacy, law, politics, journalism, and the arts.
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