Real estate attorney Karyl Argamasilla, center, shares her insights and goals with students in the hallway of Young Women's Preparatory Academy. On Wednesday, March 18, teachers at Young Women's Preparatory Academy located in Little Havana traded places with top female executives in Miami, who spoke to classrooms of young women about the challenges and triumphs in their careers and introduce them to future job opportunities in fields like banking, law, real estate, law enforcement and construction.
Real estate attorney Karyl Argamasilla, center, shares her insights and goals with students in the hallway of Young Women's Preparatory Academy. On Wednesday, March 18, teachers at Young Women's Preparatory Academy located in Little Havana traded places with top female executives in Miami, who spoke to classrooms of young women about the challenges and triumphs in their careers and introduce them to future job opportunities in fields like banking, law, real estate, law enforcement and construction. CARL JUSTE THE MIAMI HERALD
Real estate attorney Karyl Argamasilla, center, shares her insights and goals with students in the hallway of Young Women's Preparatory Academy. On Wednesday, March 18, teachers at Young Women's Preparatory Academy located in Little Havana traded places with top female executives in Miami, who spoke to classrooms of young women about the challenges and triumphs in their careers and introduce them to future job opportunities in fields like banking, law, real estate, law enforcement and construction. CARL JUSTE THE MIAMI HERALD

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