1. Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators (ALAS).
ALAS is committed to identifying, recruiting, developing and advancing Latino school administrators in order to improve the educational accomplishments of Latino youth.
2. Association of Latino Professionals For America (ALPFA).
ALPFA is a national nonprofit membership organization for Latino business professionals and students. ALPFA is dedicated to enhancing opportunities for Latinos in business, accounting, finance and related professions.
3. Association of Naval Services Officers (ANSO).
ANSO is an organization dedicated to expanding the presence of Hispanic and Latino Americans in the United States Sea Services. ANSO connects and networks Hispanics, and supports recruitment and retention of officers in the Sea Services. Programs include mentoring, training, and education.
4. California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (CAHCC).
CHCC is the premier and largest regional ethnic business organization in the nation that promotes the economic growth and development of Hispanic entrepreneurs and California’s Emerging Businesses.
5. California Department of Veteran Affairs (CalVet).
CalVet strives to serve veterans and their families with dignity and compassion and to help them achieve their highest quality of life.
6. Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI).
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) is an organization of members of the United States Congress of Hispanic descent. The Caucus is dedicated to voicing and advancing, through the legislative process, issues affecting Hispanics and Latinos in the United States and Puerto Rico.
7. Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI).
The Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) is the premier organization founded by Members of Congress to advance the Hispanic Community’s Economic Progress with a focus on Social Responsibility and Global Competitiveness.
8. CNC Nurturing Hispanic Communities.
CNC is a non-profit organization providing human services to persons in need from all racial and ethnic groups. CNC assists individuals to become self-reliant and builds bridges among America’s diverse communities.
9. Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GWHCC).
The Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is a membership driven organization that supports the economic development of the Washington, DC metropolitan region by facilitating the success of Latino and other minority-owned businesses and the communities they serve through networking, advocacy, education, and access to capital.
10. Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE).
HACE is a national non-profit dedicated to the employment, development, and advancement of current and aspiring Latino professionals. HACE helps Latinos succeed in every phase of their careers through professional development, resources and networks, and by facilitating access to meaningful career opportunities.
11. Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR).
HACR’s mission is to advance the inclusion of Hispanics in Corporate America at a level commensurate with our economic contributions. HACR focuses on four areas of corporate responsibility and market reciprocity. They are: Employment, Procurement, Philanthropy, and Governance.
12. Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU).
HACU is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote Hispanic student success in higher education. HACU has three lines of activity which include improving legislation and government support for U.S. member institutions, building the institutional capacity of its member institutions, and promoting strategic alliances and partnerships.
13. Hispanics Inspiring Students’ Performance and Achievement (HISPA).
HISPA Is a non-profit organization that mobilizes Hispanic professionals to eradicate one key reason why our youth does not pursue education: a lack of role models. Via the HISPA Role Model Program, Youth Conferences, and Corporate Visits, our volunteers emphasize the importance of academics and demonstrate that all students can overcome obstacles and achieve their dreams.
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15. Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC).
HITEC is a premier global executive leadership organization of senior business and IT executives who have built outstanding careers in information technology. HITEC’s network 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.
16. Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA).
HNBA is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan, national membership organization that represents the interests of Hispanic legal professionals in the United States and its territories. The HNBA is also committed to advocacy on issues of importance to the Hispanic community living in the United States.
17. Hispanas Organized for Political Equality (HOPE).
HOPE is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization committed to ensuring political and economic parity for Latinas through leadership, advocacy, and education to benefit all communities and the status of women.
18. Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF).
HSF empowers Latino families with the knowledge and resources to successfully complete a higher education, while providing scholarships and support services to as many exceptional Hispanic American students as possible.
19. Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas (HWNT).
The Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas promotes the advancement of women in public, corporate, and civic life through education, personal and professional development.
20. League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC).
LULAC is the largest and oldest Hispanic organization in the United States. LULAC advances the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of Hispanic Americans through community-based programs.
21. Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF).
MALDEF is the nation’s leading Latino legal civil rights organization. Often described as the “law firm of the Latino community”, MALDEF promotes social change through advocacy, communications, community education, and litigation in the areas of education, employment, immigrant rights, and political access.
22. Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA).
MBDA is an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce that promotes the growth of minority-owned business through the mobilization and advancement of public and private sector programs, policy, and research.
23. National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE).
NABE is a non-profit membership organization that works to advocate for educational equity and excellence for bilingual/multilingual students in a global society.
NALEO Educational Fund is the nation’s leading non-profit, non-partisan organization that facilitates full Latino participation in the American political process, from citizenship to public service.
25. National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO).
NAWBO propels women entrepreneurs into greater economic, social and political spheres of power worldwide by: strengthening the wealth creating capacity of our members and promoting economic development within the entrepreneurial community; creating innovative and effective change in the business culture; building strategic alliances, coalitions and affiliations; and transforming public policy and influencing opinion makers.
UnidosUS serves the Hispanic community through our research, policy analysis, and state and national advocacy efforts, as well as in our program work in communities nationwide. And we partner with Affiliates across the country to serve millions of Latinos in the areas of civic engagement, civil rights and immigration, education, workforce and the economy, health, and housing.
27. National Hispana Leadership Institute (NHLI).
NHLI strives to develop Latinas as ethical leaders through training, professional development, relationship building, and community activism.
28. National Sales Network (NSN).
NSN is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit membership organization whose objective is to meet the professional and developmental needs of sales and sales management professionals and individuals who want to improve their professional sales skills.
29. The Association of Hispanic Professionals- Prospanica.
Prospanica is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering the Hispanic community to reach their full educational, economic, and social potential.
30. U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).
The U.S. Small Business Administration has delivered millions of loans, loan guarantees, contracts, counseling sessions and other forms of assistance to small businesses. SBA provides assistances primarily through its four programmatic functions: Access to Capital (Business Financing), Entrepreneurial Development (Education, Information, Technical Assistance & Training), Government Contracting (Federal Procurement) , and Advocacy (Voice for Small Business).
31. Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE).
SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development.
32. United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC).
The USHCC actively promotes the economic growth, development and interests of more than 4.2 million Hispanic-owned businesses. It also advocates on behalf of 260 major American corporations and serves as the umbrella organization for more than 200 local chambers and business associations nationwide.
33. United States Hispanic Leadership Institute (USHLI).
USHLI works to empower the Latino community and similarly disenfranchised groups by promoting education, leadership development, unity, and non-partisan civic participation.
34. Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).
WBENC, founded in 1997, is the largest third-party certifier of businesses owned, controlled, and operated by women in the United States. WBENC, a national 501(c)(3) non-profit, partners with 14 Regional Partner Organizations to provide its world class standard of certification to women-owned businesses throughout the country.
35. Women Impacting Public Policy( WIPP).
WIPP is a national nonpartisan organization advocating on behalf of women entrepreneurs—strengthening their impact on our nation’s public policy, creating economic opportunities, and forging alliances with other business organizations.
36. Women Presidents’ Organization.
The WPO is the premier membership organization for women presidents, CEOs, and managing directors of privately held multimillion-dollar companies. Through global, confidential, and collaborative peer-learning groups, the WPO accelerates business growth, enhances competitiveness, and promotes economic security.