Meet Our Students: Victoria Cordero

Victoria Cordero is a seventeen-year-old junior, attending Pinellas Park High School. She has spent most of her life dancing in many different genres such as tap, hip-hop, ballet, and more. Victoria is currently employed as a hostess at a restaurant. She speaks both English and Spanish. One of her “secret” talents is her ability to cook. She is one of three children as she has a sister and a brother. Post-secondary, Victoria would like to attend UCF, USF, or NYU where she will begin her path to becoming a psychiatrist. Victoria believes the power of giving consists of genuinely helping others from your heart without expecting anything back. Her goals for the future are being successful and being kind.

Victoria’s introduction written by fellow Student Service Program member, Ashlyn Lewis. You can see the entire Class of 2025 here.


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