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After College
Helping students answer one of the most important questions of their lives.

Our mission is to help students in their journey to find the perfect professional path. Most people focus on WHERE to go to college, scholarships, entrance exams, extra-curricular activities and more. We believe that the first question you need to ask yourself is WHAT do I want to do for the rest of my life? It is not just about what you are good at. It is also about what you are PASSIONATE about. Our site strives to provide you with resources to help you find your passion and channel into a successful profession for years and years after college.


Hector holds a Master of Science in Computer Science from the State University of New York and is a Fulbright Scholar, and he is passionate about creating education opportunities for young students from disadvantaged communities.

For the Thank A Teacher Campaign, Hector is leading a series of webinars called One week in the life of.


Webinars.

"One week in the life of..." is a series of webinars created for High School students to help them in their journey to find the perfect professional career. Our webinars' guests are successful professionals in different professional areas who share their experiences and show students what is REALLY like to be a professional in their area. Our goal is to share the reality of being a professional so students can make an informed decision.

One week in the life of a Chiropractor
Héctor Correa welcomes David Renner (MD. Chiropractor)
13 de Octubre
If you are considering the medical sciences as an occupation and are planning for college, you can't miss this seminar! Hear from one of the top Chiropractors in the country what is like to be professional in this area and what it takes to have a successful practice. Learn about the challenges, opportunities and the future of this profession during and after COVID. Please join us and support STEM education by donating to Educando.
One week in the life of an Architect
Héctor Correa welcomes Francisco Gonzalez Pulido (Architect)
20 de Octubre
If you ever wondered what it's like to be a world-class architect and are planning for college, you can't miss this webinar! Hear from internationally renowned architect Francisco González Pulido what is like to be professional in this area and what it takes to have a successful practice. Learn about the challenges, opportunities and the future of this profession during and after COVID. Please join us and support STEM education by donating to Educando.
One week in the life of an International Lawyer
Héctor Correa welcomes Ana Casanueva (International Lawyer)
27 de Octubre
If you are considering law as an occupation and are planning for college, you can't miss this webinar! Hear from Ana Casanueva, a highly successful lawyer licensed in the United States and Mexico, what is like to be professional in this area and what it takes to practice law in an international environment. Learn about the challenges, opportunities and the future of this profession during. Please join us and support STEM education by donating to Educando.
One week in the life of a financial manager
Héctor Correa welcomes Franco LaMarca (Vice President at Bernstein)
03 de Noviembre
If you are considering financial services as an occupation and are planning for college, you can't miss this webinar! Hear from Franco LaMarca, VP of one of the most successful wealth management firms in the world, what is like to be professional in this area and what it takes to have a successful career. Learn about the challenges, opportunities and the future of this profession during and after COVID. Please join us and support STEM education by donating to Educando.
One week in the life of a Writer/Journalist
Héctor Correa welcomes Dave Burda (Writer/Journalist)
10 de Noviembre
If you are considering journalism as an occupation and are planning for college, you can't miss this webinar! Hear from David Burda, journalist and editor for world-class magazines and digital media, what is like to be professional in this area and what it takes to have a successful career. Learn about the challenges, opportunities and the future of this profession during and after COVID. Please join us and support STEM education by donating to Educando.
One week in the life of an Engineer
Héctor Correa invites Fermin Fernández (Engineer - Director of Innovation @Bosch)
17 de Noviembre
Managing Director of the Chicago Connectory and the Bosch IoT digital innovation team in USA. Passionate about developing high performing and inspired teams that can materialize ideas and innovative visions to life. Industrial Engineering Major with Masters in Business Administration and PMP Certified. Please join us and support STEM education by donating to Educando.
One week in the life of a Cardiologist
Héctor Correa welcomes Robert Dieter (MD - Cardiologist)
24 de Noviembre
Dr. Robert Dieter specializes in Cardiovascular Disease (Cardiology) and has over 24 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from University Of Illinois College Of Medicine Chicago medical school in 1996. He is affiliated with medical facilities Loyola University Medical Center and Macneal Hospital. He has been recognized as one of the top 3 cardiologists in the Midwest. Please join us and support STEM education by donating to Educando.
One week in the life of a Psychologist
Héctor Correa - After College: Héctor Rasgado (PhD-Biophysics)
01 de Diciembre
Professor at the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago. He studied a Masters in Neurosciences at the CINVESTAV (Mexico) and a Doctorate at the CINVESTAV and the University of Maryland. He also studied Piano performance and composition at the National School of Music (UNAM). His scientific research is on membrane transport, cell volume regulation, Cystic Fibrosis and the effects of music on brain function. This research has been supported by the NIH, American Heart Association (AHA), Novartis Pharmaceuticals and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Please join us and support STEM education by donating to Educando.