UNION, NJ – Three diverse and important issues will be discussed in upcoming virtual programs at the Union Public Library:  Reinvent and Re-Brand Yourself in Uncertain Times, The History of Latinos in the United States, and Why Voting Matters.

Reinvent and Re-Brand Yourself In Uncertain Times

          Monday, September 14, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

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The job market is tight -- you need to stand out from the crowd. This program is for those currently and formerly employed, career changers and students of all ages. Learn how to find, discover and use your unique brand in order to find a job.

To sign up, visit bit.ly/UPLlive at least one hour in advance of start time.

The program will be presented by Blanca Rosales-Ahn is the Founder and Executive Director of BRAHN Career Educational Consulting Services and currently serves as President of the LUPE FUND, Inc.

The History of Latinos in the United States

          Wednesday, September 16, 10:00 – 10:45 a.m.

A discussion will take place on the long history of Latinos in the United States including why many migrated from their countries of origin and the changes to our national borders. This presentation will include a discussion of the experience of Latinos in their quest to integrate into American culture, education, work and civic life.

To sign up, visit bit.ly/UPLlive at least one hour in advance of start time.

Presented by Christian Estevez, President of the Latino Action Network and Executive Vice President of Communications Workers of America, Local 1037

Why Voting Matters (Bilingual)

         Wednesday, October 7 at 7:00 p.m.

The election is coming up and your vote matters. Find out why and how to do it during this year’s Pandemic. 

To sign up, visit bit.ly/UPLlive at least one hour in advance of start time.

Presented by The Lupe Fund/Iveth Mosquera