Thursday, September 29, 2022

Keiser University Grad Celebrated for His Contributions to His Community During Hispanic Heritage Month

When people meet Jorge Matamoros, he greets them with a smile and a handshake. Matamoros came to the U.S. and made it his home. However, it’s his native Costa Rica that has his heart. “It’s kind of, um, bittersweet. For lack of better words, When I visit, it’s always like my heart stays. Part of it stays,” he expressed. Matamoros grew up in San José, Costa Rica. He came to the United States at 18 to work and stayed for good. There is a sense of community that we don’t always feel in the United States but that he has brought from Costa Rica. Besides his job as a fitness director at … [Read More...]

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Keiser University Grad Celebrated for His Contributions to His Community During Hispanic Heritage Month

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