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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1988 - Organizations. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 23, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19438/show/19295.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1988 - Organizations. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19438/show/19295

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Title Houstonian 1988
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  • University of Houston
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Transcript Versatile Group The Hispanic Business Student Organization is an ethnic organization that encourages and promotes students with business related majors in their professional arena. HBSA attempts to aid and sharpen organizational and professional skills of its members to prepare them for entry into the business world. In addition, HBSA serves as a clearing house of information regarding jobs, academics, and community activities. HBSA members participated in "Career Day" sponsored by the College of Business and the Mexican-American College Career Day held in the spring semester. During the past academic year, activities included symposiums which were conducted with local business leaders. The symposiums were to encourage University enrollment, especially by Hispanic minorities, by making recruitment visits to local high schools. This year, Carmen Orta, 4'HBSA became involved in 'Magic Christmas,' a charitable event in which clothes and food were donated by local establishments for needy families." HISPANIC BUSINESS STUDENT'S ASSOCIATION — Front: Aida Pineda, Lourdes Leal, Elizabeth Jaime, Chris Coronado, "Sep," Ricky Gonzales. Back: Ricky Rodriguez, Mario Reyna, Ramiro Bustillos, Fred Avila. elected Business Woman of the U.S. Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, was a special guest speaker at one of the symposiums. Also, a "mixer" with the Houston Hispanic Certified Public Accountants. Of course, a lot of these activities could not be possible if not for promotional and fun- draising efforts. The raffle of a vacation to Ixtapa and fajita sales made up the bulk of funds along with various corporate sponsors and other organizations. However, not all of the activities were business related. H.B.S.A. became involved in "Magic Christmas," a charitable event in which clothes and food were donated by local establishments. H.B.S.A. members aided in this donation and distribution of these goods to needy families. The organization also sponsors social events and gatherings, which serve as "ice breakers" for new and old members. H.B.S.A. makes a sincere effort to motivate students to stay in school and to serve as a stepping stone for furthering a student's academic as well as professional goals, always striving to develop personal and impersonal organizational qualities that may be important to a respective career. — Ricky Rodriguez HBSA members Enrique Benaudies, Mario Reyna, Eugenia Nava, Fred Avila, Sara Vara recruit new members. 206 University of Houston HBSA — Front: Enrique Rodriguez, Mario Reyna, Sara Vara, Lourdes Leal, Chris Coronado. Back: Enrique Benauides, Damiro Bustil- les, Leroy Macias. Organizations 207