The Esperanza Family is honored to welcome Dr. Jon Marsh as Senior Vice President and CEO of Esperanza Cyber Charter School. Dr. Jon Marsh comes to Esperanza with over 18 years of charter school leadership experience. He served eleven of those years, as Chief Executive Officer of the highest performing cyber school in the Commonwealth….
The Esperanza Family is proud to welcome Ms. Marilyn Marsh as Executive Dean of Esperanza College of Eastern University (ECEU). Ms. Marilyn Marsh comes to ECEU from Publicis Healthcare Solutions, where she served as National Sales Director. In that role, she was recognized as one of the top 100 women in her industry globally. Ms….
Alumna Inspires Students to Pursue Their Goals Celeste Brito-Guzman is the smiling face that greets visitors at Esperanza Cyber Charter School (ECCS), the place she began her journey to success. Celeste is fully committed to helping other Esperanza students achieve their dreams, blossom, and pursue their goals. Celeste is an example of perseverance. She graduated from…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. Philadelphia, PA – August 7, 2019. The Esperanza community mourns the loss of Rev. Raúl LeDuc, founding board member of the Hispanic Clergy of Philadelphia & Vicinity and Esperanza, where he served for close to two decades as board member and secretary. Rev. LeDuc devoted over five decades of his life to…
Trees aren’t generally controversial. They usually look nice, they provide shade and improve the air and water quality. Scientists say they even make people happier. But when it comes to planting a tree on the street, many Philadelphians say — nuh-uh, not in my sidewalk.
Opening Night: De Cerca with Pennsylvania Ballet Voces Spotlight Series on Puerto Rico, Primeros Viernes Latin Cinema Series, and Segundos Sábados Family Series FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. Philadelphia, PA – July 31, 2019, Teatro Esperanza, Esperanza’s venue for Latin arts and culture in the heart of Hunting Park, North Philadelphia, will kick-off its first full season…
Philly’s low-income neighborhoods have fewer trees and the city’s free tree program isn’t helping – PlanPhilly; July 24, 2019
Places like the 2100 block of Spruce Street are about as wealthy and as leafy as they get in inner-city Philadelphia. The multi-million dollar brownstones here are shaded by a canopy of more than a dozen street trees, from narrow Ginkgos to mature Buttonwoods.
The first group of Amazon Future Engineer graduating high school seniors celebrate with Amazon employees across the country.
Esther Sampson, of Nigeria, Achieves Dream of Teaching Thanks to Pa CareerLink North at Esperanza Esther Sampson migrated to Philadelphia, PA from Nigeria to make a better life for herself and for her children. New to the United States, Esther initially felt lost and overwhelmed as she tried navigating the process of finding a job….