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SHPE
www.shpe.org

The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) is a national organization aimed at changing lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize their fullest potential and impact the world through Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Today, SHPE has over 10,000 members and 250 chapters across the nation. SHPE hosts the largest Hispanic technical conference in the nation annually.

This year's SHPE National Conference will bring together STEM leaders and industry experts together to Indianapolis October 30-November 3rd.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to network with more than 5,000 professionals and students, including more than 200 organizations, including Fortune 500 companies!

To learn more about SHPE, please visit www.shpe.org.


ALPFA
www.alpfa.org

The Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) is the leading professional association dedicated to enhancing opportunities for Latinos in the accounting, finance and related professions. ALPFA is a not-for-profit entity registered with the Internal Revenue Service. Membership is open to anyone who shares our values, mission, and principles. ALPFA currently has 34 chapters and over 7,000 members in the United States. ALPFA currently has 34 chapters and over 7,000 members in the United States.

ALPFA creates opportunities, adds value, builds relationships for its members, the community and its business partners while expanding Latino Leadership in the global workforce.

The Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) will hold its Annual Convention August 10 - 14, in Phoenix, Arizona. The annual event is geared towards professionals and students in accounting, finance, IT and related professions. The four-day event provides opportunities to learn, network and join the growing success of ALPFA.

For more information, visit www.alpfa.org


ALPFA
www.alpfa.org

Opening Doors of Opportunity

Now in its sixth year, the Women of ALPFA all-day program will include:

  • Workshops

  • Panel sessions

  • Networking

  • Luncheon

Don´t miss this opportunity to take your career to another level as we gather professional Latinas from across the United States during the ALPFA Annual Convention, August 10-14th in Phoenix, Arizona.


CHCI
www.chci.org

The mission of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) is to develop the next generation of Latino leaders. CHCI seeks to accomplish its mission by offering educational and leadership development programs, services, and activities that promote the growth of participants as effective professionals and strong leaders.

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) was organized in 1976 by five Hispanic Congressmen Herman Badillo (NY), Baltasar Corrada (PR), E. "Kika" de la Garza (TX), Henry B. Gonzalez (TX), and Edward Roybal (CA), to monitor legislative and other government activity that affects Hispanics. The founders' goal was to work in conjunction with other groups, both inside and outside Congress, to strengthen the Federal commitment to Hispanic citizens and heighten the Hispanic community's awareness of the operation and function of the American political system.


HCF
www.hispanicfund.org

The Hispanic College Fund is the product of a dedicated group of Hispanic businessmen and women who were inspired to respond to the alarming growth in the number of talented Hispanic students who could not afford a college education. This call to action was precipitated by a compelling letter to the editor published in November 1990, in Hispanic Business magazine in which a student described his disillusionment in seeking financial aid from chief executive officers profiled in the magazine. Several concerned Hispanic CEOs who read the same letter responded by offering to help support the creation of the Hispanic College Fund.

The Hispanic College Fund’s mission is to educate and develop the next generation of Hispanic professionals. Our scholarship programs focus on developing Latino youth who are pursuing undergraduate degrees in business, science, engineering, technology and math.


HNBA
www.hnba.com

The Mission of the Hispanic National Bar Association

To serve as the national voice for the concerns and opinions of Hispanics in the community generally, and in the legal profession in particular.

To promote the recruitment and retention of Hispanics in law schools and provide them with financial assistance.

To develop mechanisms to facilitate the exchange of information among Hispanics involved in all segments of the legal profession.

To conduct conventions and seminars in order to provide continuing legal education for attorneys and foster the exchange of ideas and information among its members.
To provide testimony before Congress, state legislatures and executive agencies on issues of concern to Hispanics.

To work with other bar associations, governmental agencies and community groups to achieve greater involvement in and understanding of the American legal system by the national Hispanic community.  


HWC
www.hispanicwomen.org

The Hispanic Women's Corporation (HWC) was founded in 1981 as a result of a series of meetings among concerned Latina women. What began as a casual association evolved into intense discussions. Their shared experiences sparked the recognition that Latina women have unique social and cultural challenges and opportunities. Together, they used their diverse backgrounds in corporations, government, and educational institutions to develop a mechanism to empower the Hispanic Women's Corporation in 1985.

HWC is a model organization, a nationally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation known for being a proactive leader in the development of Latina women. HWC empowers Latina women through its commitment to the culture by promoting education, community involvement, professional advancement and leadership development for the improvement of our cultural quality of life. HWC will be the primary conduit of information and opportunities to benefit the community and instill lasting results toward our future. HWC is also a proud affiliate of the National Council of La Raza (NCLR).


LBA
www.lbausa.com

The Latin Business Association (LBA), established in 1976 as a private nonprofit organization, is the one of the nation's largest organization representing the issues and concerns of Latino business owners. 

The primary purpose of the LBA is to promote the growth of Latino-owned businesses by fostering development opportunities, providing educational workshops, and formulating effective advocacy programs. The LBA provides services to its members in order to help them be successful and competitive. It also encourages and facilitates networking among Hispanic business leaders, and recognizes and celebrates success within the community. The LBA works to provide entrepreneurs with information about and access to workshops, seminars, and programs developed for small business. In addition, it helps to facilitate communication amongst Hispanic-owned businesses, corporate America, financial institutions, and political leaders.


NCLR
www.nclr.org

The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) - the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States - works to improve opportunities for Hispanic Americans. Through its network of nearly 300 affiliated community-based organizations (CBOs), NCLR reaches millions of Hispanics each year in 41 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. To achieve its mission, NCLR conducts applied research, policy analysis, and advocacy, providing a Latino perspective in five key areas - assets/investments, civil rights/immigration, education, employment and economic status, and health. In addition, it provides capacity-building assistance to its Affiliates who work at the state and local level to advance opportunities for individuals and families.

Founded in 1968, NCLR is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan, tax-exempt organization headquartered in Washington, DC. NCLR serves all Hispanic subgroups in all regions of the country and has operations in Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix, Sacramento, San Antonio, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.


NHCC
www.nhcchq.org

The National Hispanic Corporate Council is a non-profit organization working with corporate America since 1985 to provide its member companies a multi-layered approach and resources to effectively maximize the diversity of the Hispanic market. The NHCC offers programs such as the Corporate Executive Leadership Program, bi-annual conferences focusing on supplier diversity, marketing, community relations, human resources and procurement within the foundation of corporate social responsibility as well bringing the learning to your desktop with a series of webinars on Leveraging Affinity Groups, Conversations with the C-Suite and Lunch-n-Learns with subject matter experts.

For more information, please visit www.nhcchq.org


NHLI
www.nhli.org

NHLI's mission is "to develop Hispanas as ethical world leaders through training, professional development, relationship building and community and world activism." NHLI has developed a four-week intensive leadership training program which spans nine months and is implemented in four different cities in the United States.

This program is of high quality, innovative and substantive. As such, it looks to recruit participants who are diverse, talented and accomplished. It complements and builds upon other training programs by integrating personal growth with formal courses of study. The dynamic curriculum allows participants to put their talents into action through emphasis on personal strengths and management of personal weaknesses. By examining how as Hispanics and women they have historically looked at community issues, participants prepare to reach out and build bridges with other groups of society.


LATISM
blog.latism.org/

A pioneering social media organization, Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) has been hailed as the most influential online movement in the new multicultural Web. LATISM, the largest organization for Latino and Latina engaged in social media, is a 501(c) 4 nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to advancing the social, civic and economic status of the Latino community.


NHSN
www.nhsnconference.com

National Hispanic Sales Network (NHSN) advances the careers of Hispanic sales and marketing professionals by leveraging the strengths and value of this bicultural, bilingual community.

NHSN creates a community where sales and marketing talent can develop professionally and strengthen their networks. NHSN empowers the Latino professional community by providing specialized training events and unique career-building resources, such as the National Conference and Career Fair (www.nhsnconference.com).

In addition, NHSN serves as a link between sales & marketing talent and organizations that recognize their value.


HACU
www.hacu.net

The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU), the only national educational association representing Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs), was established in 1986 with a founding membership of 18 institutions. Today, HACU represents approximately 400 colleges and universities committed to Hispanic higher education success in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Latin America, and Spain.

HACU conferences and special events provide a vital platform for advocacy, information, collaboration, and recognition. These events include a Capitol Forum in Washington, D.C., HACU’s Annual Conference and a Biennial International Conference.

Thousands of young Hispanics have benefited from federal and corporate internships offered through the HACU National Internship Program and a variety of HACU scholarship opportunities.


American Legion
www.legion.org/about

The American Legion is the nation’s largest veterans service organization, with nearly 2.4 million members operating in nearly 14,000 communities worldwide. The American Legion is dedicated to four pillars of service: veterans, youth, defense and Americanism. It is a grassroots organization with volunteer leadership dedicated to the welfare of their communities.

The Legion is active in employment and business advocacy for veterans and their families, as well as the continued strengthening of education benefits through the Post 9/11 GI Bill. The American Legion also testifies on Capitol Hill in support of legislation beneficial to veterans, the troops, youth and other issues.

To learn more, visit www.legion.org/about


HACR
www.hacr.org

Founded in 1986, the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) is one of the most influential advocacy organizations in the nation representing 16 national Hispanic organizations in the United States and Puerto Rico. Our mission is to advance the inclusion of Hispanics in Corporate America at a level commensurate with our economic contributions. To that end, HACR focuses on four areas of corporate social responsibility and market reciprocity: Employment, Procurement, Philanthropy, and Governance.

Collectively, the coalition members reflect the voice of more than 46.6 million Hispanics living in the United States and Puerto Rico, serving those diverse communities through advocacy, education, representation, assistance, capacity building, public policy support, resource development, and the exertion of political influence. HACR Coalition Members work with more than 1,500 affiliate community-based organizations serving the Hispanic community in all 50 states and Puerto Rico, including more than 450 institutions of higher learning enrolling three out of every four U.S. Hispanic college students, and 400 publications with a combined circulation of more than 10 million.

Visit www.hacr.org


USHCC
www.ushcc.com

Founded in 1979, the USHCC actively promotes the economic growth and development of our nation’s entrepreneurs. The USHCC advocates on behalf of nearly 3.2 million Hispanic-owned businesses, that together contribute in excess of $468 billion to the American economy, each year. As the leading organization of its kind, the USHCC serves as an umbrella to more than 200 local chambers and business associations across the nation, and partners with more than 220 major corporations.

The USHCC’s core mission is to:
- Implement and strengthen national programs that assist the economic development of Hispanic firms.
- Increase access to strategic business networks and partnerships between major U.S. companies and Hispanic-owned businesses.
- Promote international trade between Hispanic businesses in the U.S. and Latin America.
- Influence legislation, policies and programs that affect the Hispanic business community.
- Provide technical assistance to Hispanic business associations and entrepreneurs.

Visit www.ushcc.com


NSN
www.salesnetwork.org/

National Sales Network (NSN) was founded in 1992 by a group of Sales and Sales Management professionals in Newark, New Jersey.

Since its inception, the organization has experienced explosive growth. Seventeen chapters have been established nationwide in Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Jacksonville, NY/NY, Los Angeles, Nashville, Orlando, South Florida, St. Louis, Philadelphia, Phoenix, and Washington DC.

In September of 1996 the organization conducted its first national conference in Somerset, NJ. Since that time conferences have been held in: Chicago 1997, Philadelphia 1998, Washington DC 1999, Atlanta 2000, Houston 2002, Detroit 2003, Dallas 2004, Chicago 2005, Atlanta 2006, Washington DC 2007, Atlanta 2009, Orlando 2010, Houston 2011, Baltimore 2012, and Chicago 2013. We are looking forward to Dallas in 2014.


HITEC
www.hitecglobal.org/

HITEC (Hispanic IT Executive Council) is a premier global executive leadership organization of senior business and IT executives who have built outstanding careers in information technology. HITEC’s premiere network spans the Americas and is focused on building stronger technology and executive leaders, leadership teams, corporations, and role models in a rapidly changing, flatter, and information technology centric world. These global leaders include executives leading Global 1000 corporations while others lead some of the largest Hispanic-owned IT firms across the Americas


HITEC
www.wipp.org

WIPP is a national nonpartisan public policy organization advocating on behalf of its coalition of 4.7million business women including 75 business organizations. WIPP identifies important trends and opportunities and provides a collaborative model for the public and private sectors to increase the economic power of women-owned businesses.

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