Submit Your Nominations!

STUDENT CHAMPION AWARD

Two “Champion Award” awards (one for a CAMP student and one for a HEP student) will be presented during the conference.  The selected students will receive a plaque and a $500 stipend. Eligibility criteria and online submission form are located on the link below: https://hepcampassociation.org/national-conference/student-champion-nomination/

Student Champion Award Submission Deadline: Friday, October 9, 2020


ART CONTEST AWARD

A plaque and a $500 stipend will be given to the winner of the art contest.  The art piece must incorporate this year’s conference theme: “HEP/CAMP: The Bright Lights of Educational Pursuit and Achievement”.  Eligibility criteria and online submission form are located on the link below: https://hepcampassociation.org/national-conference/student-art-contest/

Art Contest Award Submission Deadline: Friday, October 16, 2020

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email me at Ivan Olay or contact me via phone at 505-277-6084.

Jorge Salamanca, CAMP ’12

Jorge salamanca

Jorge Salamanca, CAMP ’12,  works as a CAMP recruiter/advisor for Hartland CAMP at Donnelly College, a partner site at the University of Kansas. He received his associates degree in Arts from Garden City Community College and his bachelors degree from University of Kansas, where he double major in Political Science and Italian.

His experience as a CAMPer allowed him to work on his advocacy skills, which prepared him to seek leadership positions as a student. And more importantly, in his professional career. Additionally, Jorge volunteers his free time at the Guereca Law Firm, an organization that brings legal support to latino, and other underrepresented communities in the greater Kansas City area.

“I always promoted and celebrated the idea of diversity and multiculturalism on my campus.  As a CAMP recruiter,  I serve students who are migrant, first generation, low income, and mostly refugees. My background has given me the capacity to serve students who are going through similar journey I once was when I attended college”

Jorge Salamanca, CAMP ’12