The answer depends on how you define success.

In fact, according to a study by University of California, Irvine, Sociology Professor Jennifer Lee and UCLA Sociology Professor Min Zhou, contrary to stereotypes, Mexican-Americans are the most successful second-generation group in the country. The reason is simple: The study considered not just where people finished, but from where they started.

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The Torres Foundation, Inc. will partner with Mesa College to offer single grants to qualified applicants.  Recipients will receive $500.00 per semester and can qualify for four consecutive semesters worth $2000.00.  We are pleased to be part of the Mesa College scholarship program.  Application ...

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Posted by Cresencio Torres on Sep 17, 2016

The Torres Foundation held its first 2016 breakfast fundraiser on September 7 in La Jolla, California at the Center For Creative Leadership.  The breakfest was catered by Giuseppe's Restaurant and Fine Catering.  We hosted thiry people, had fun with a gifted raffle, and enjoyed the morning with fr...

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Posted by Cresencio Torres on May 30, 2016

Jorge, the first recipient of the Torres Foundation Inc., award, successfull completed two years at Cuyamaca College.  He plans to continue his education and continue in Track and Field as a long distance runner.

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Posted by Cresencio Torres on Jul 28, 2014

Jorge Gomez the first recipient of the Torres Foundation Inc., will be attending Cuyamaca College in the Fall, 2014.  He will be joining the Coyotes' Men's Track and Field team as a long distance runner.    

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