Sistema Universitario Ana G. Mendez Celebrates Ten years in The United States

Ana G Mendez is celebrating 10 years of success since their establishment in 2003, and to celebrate they inaugurated  an  Art Expo,” 10 Years Of Culture and Artistic Expression“, where Art and Education unite as an example of the contributions from the Institution to the development of the Hispanic Community .

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In their speech both Dr. Mendez and Dr. Luis Burgos,  Ana G Mendez Rector, in Florida highlighted: From the initial 125 students and a few employees, Ana G Mendez today employs over 480 professionals,  has over 2.500 alumni, and already graduated 2.143 students that today are participants of this Nation‘s Progress . Ana G. Mendez adopted the Discipline Based Dual Language Immersion Model, the first University Level Bilingual Program in the United States.

Luis Zayas Vice-President of National and International Affairs, expressed that the Art Expo is a way to connect students, the school and the community, an effort to confirm the magical reality that the community lives in its art.

The Art Expo at Ana G Mendez Metro Orlando Campus until October 21st and includes work of : 

Soco Freire-Brazil

Angel Ivan Rivera and Pedro Brull-Puerto Rico

Julio Cesar Sanchez Matos-Born in Puerto Rico but grew up in Domenican Republic

Carlos Alberto Quintero- Colombia

Present at the event many personalities of our community, City Commissioner Tony Ortiz, Pete Clarck District 3 Orange County Commissioner, Luiz M. Martines-Alicea Director of Multicultural Affairs for the City of Orlando, Commissioner Wanda Rentas -City of Kissimmee, Diana Bolivar- HCCMO President, Laiz Rodrigues Director at CFBACC representing President Amy Litter

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