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Joseph N. Velasquez and helping students succeed

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I was part of a show with Joseph N. Velasquez and Armando Sanchez discussing high school student’s general lack of study skills and the amounting amount of remediation needed at the college level to make up for. I was so fascinated that I wanted to invite both gentleman back for another show

Joseph N. Velasquez, with 20 plus years combined government and private practice experience in corporate/general counsel business law, international law and civil litigation. Joseph is also the founder and CEO of OjoOido.com PBC and OjoOido-Academics.com LLC, enterprises exclusively dedicated towards overcoming the obstacles that inhibit the academic success of the Latino youth in our country.

Joseph has extensive experience in K-12 education and higher education. He was a member of the California Mini-Corps Program; an elementary teacher in the Los Angeles School District’s Bilingual Program; an elementary teacher in the Culver City Unified School District's Spanish Immersion Program; peer counselor in the University of Southern California's Learning Skills and Development Center; and, Joseph has been a university administrator of campus-based programs at both private and public institutions. He served as the Director of the USC Norman Topping Student Aid Fund and the Director of the Academic Support Referral Center at San Jose State University.

Joseph holds a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Southern California, a Civil Litigation Mediation Certificate from the University of Texas at Austin, and a California Multiple Subject Bilingual Teaching Credential (expired) from California State University, Dominguez Hills.

Thank you to Armando F. Sanchez productions for letting me use the show Description  

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