Essay On Mexican American Integration

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Integration of Young Hispanics in Our Community I truly believe that that the easiest way for young Hispanics to integrate themselves in the community is through mentoring, volunteer work and becoming proactive members in today’s political atmosphere in Houston. Mentoring for example can be one of the most rewarding activities that we can do and it could truly change a child’s life. The Girls and Boys club would be an excellent place to start if you were interested in mentoring or tutoring a child. The two or three hours a day that you spend time with these kids has the potential to change their lives, give them a different perspective on life, or give them something to aspire to in the future. However mentoring can be done for just about any one that truly wants it. When I was in high school and I was having a difficult time applying for school and trying to get a handle on how to take the SAT I found Ms. Becki that mentored me. Helped me apply for school and helped me throughout the entire process and because of her I was able to pay it forward and help others in the same situation I was in. …show more content…

The Houston Food Bank and Habitat for Humanity are two amazing organizations that are always looking for help. There is no such thing as too much help or too many volunteers. There is always something that we can do to help out or community and help it improve. If we want a brighter future for our community and its citizens it should be us that stand up and take actions to help improve it. Working a minimum three hours a week to help clean up a park, to feed the disenfranchised, or help rebuild homes dramatically improves that city that we, young Hispanics, live

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