Amilcar Guzman - Human Services, 2008
Following graduation from Lycoming, Amilcar Guzman was selected as one of 25 individuals to participate in the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute's public policy fellowship program in Washington, D.C. Upon completion of his fellowship, Amilcar took a position as research and policy associate at the National Council for Community and Education Partnerships. As part of this position he organized a national youth leadership conference designed to teach participants how to be advocates for their schools and communities. He is now enrolled at the University of Maryland's Masters in Higher Education Policy Program where he is also the graduate assistant coordinator for America Counts, conducting program analysis for this tutoring program designed to increase educational attainment among fourth graders in Prince George's County, Maryland.