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Job Board Resources

A job search engine that finds job listings from company career pages, other job boards, staffing companies, newspapers, and associations.
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Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement


The Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE) provides linkages, services, programs, and access for Hispanic professionals to private and public organizations, thereby strengthening the foundation for the professional and economic advancement of the Hispanic community.
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This one-stop career and self-development site/job board aimed to serve the cultural and career-related needs of underrepresented minority groups, specifically African Americans, Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, Latino/Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, and women. The goal of was to provide job seekers with access to the largest database of equal opportunity employers committed to workplace diversity.
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A leading career site for Hispanic and bilingual professionals, where job-seekers can search job listings (by keywords, industry, and location), post your resume, and find key career tips and employer information. No cost to job-seekers.
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Business Resources

National Hispanic Business Association


National Hispanic Business Association — (NHBA) is a national network of students and alumni whose mission is to address educational and business issues related to Hispanics.
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National Hispanic Business Women Association


National Hispanic Business Women Association (NHBWA)— is a non-profit organization in Orange County, California, established in 1997. NHBWA’s purpose is to empower and encourage women and business owners to develop and increase their business through educational seminars and speakers by offering mutual support, the sharing of information, business referrals, and networking. We are committed to educating and empowering entrepreneurs from diverse communities in Orange County.
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United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce


United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC)— purpose is to foster Hispanic economic development and create sustainable prosperity for the benefit of American society. The USHCC promotes the economic growth, development, and interests of more than 4.7 million Hispanic-owned businesses. It also advocates on behalf of 260 major American corporations and serves as the umbrella organization for more than 250 local chambers and business associations nationwide.
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Latin Business Association


Latin Business Association — (LBA) the unifying voice of Latino businesses, advocating for opportunities that put business owners in a higher class of competitiveness. They are committed to the success of our members, partners, and supporters by providing high-quality events, innovative programs and services, and useful, tangible resources that enhance business growth—which is why we have represented more than 800,000 Latino businesses in California.
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National Society of Hispanic MBAs

National Society of Hispanic MBAs — (Prospanica) has advocated for Hispanic business professionals for 30 years. Since our founding as the National Society of Hispanic MBAs in 1988, we’ve hosted annual career and professional development conferences, connecting thousands of Hispanics to graduate programs, subject matter experts, corporations, and each other. Prospanica has given over $8 million in scholarships for graduate education, and many of those recipients have led our professional chapters and university chapters across the US and Puerto Rico, advancing diversity causes in their own communities.
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Engineering Resources

Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science


Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science —(SACNAS) an inclusive organization dedicated to fostering the success of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans, from college students to professionals, in attaining advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership in STEM.
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Latinos in Science and Engineering


Society of Latino Engineers and Scientists — (MAES) was founded in Los Angeles in 1974 to increase the number of Mexican Americans and other Hispanics in the technical and scientific fields. The idea to establish a professional society for Mexican American engineers originated with Robert Von Hatten, an aerospace electronics engineer with TRW Defense Space Systems in Redondo Beach, California.
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Government Resources

National Association of Hispanic Federal Executives

National Association of Hispanic Federal Executives — to identify, cultivate and prepare Hispanics for advancement into the SES ranks To energize, empower and inspire a new generation of Hispanic Senior Executives
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Healthcare Resources

Inter-American College of Physicians and Surgeons


Interamerican College of Physicians and Surgeons: Founded in 1979, more than 39,000 physicians and healthcare professionals in the US and Puerto Rico. Promotes cooperation among Hispanic/Latino physicians while advancing professional and educational needs.
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National Association of Hispanic Nurses


National Association of Hispanic Nurses — (NAHN) is committed to advancing the health in Hispanic communities and to lead, promote and advocate the educational, professional, and leadership opportunities for Hispanic nurses.
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National Hispanic Medical Association

National Hispanic Medical Association — a non-profit association representing the interests of 50,000 licensed Hispanic physicians in the United States. NHMA is dedicated to empowering Hispanic physicians to be leaders who will help eliminate health disparities and improve the health of Hispanics.
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Law and Criminal Justice Resources

Hispanic National Bar Association


The Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) is an incorporated, not-for-profit, national membership association that represents the interests of over 65,000 Hispanic attorneys, judges, law professors, legal assistants, law students, and legal professionals in the United States and its territories. Since 1972, the HNBA has acted as a force for positive change within the legal profession by creating opportunities for Hispanic lawyers and by helping generations of lawyers to succeed.
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National Association of Hispanic Journalists


National Association of Hispanic Journalists — (NAHJ) is dedicated to the recognition and professional advancement of Hispanics in the news industry. Established in April 1984, NAHJ created a national voice and unified vision for all Hispanic journalists.NAHJ has over 4,000 members, including working journalists, journalism students, other media-related professionals, and journalism educators.
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Real Estate Resources

National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals

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National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals — (Nosotros somos) the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals®. We are The Voice for Hispanic Real Estate® and proud champions of homeownership for the Hispanic community. Homeownership is the symbol of the American Dream, the cornerstone of wealth creation and a stabilizing force for working families. Our role as trusted advisors and passionate advocates is to help more Hispanic families achieve the American Dream in a sustainable way that empowers them for generations to come.
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Social Work Resources

National Association of Puerto Rican and Hispanic Social Workers


National Association of Puerto Rican and Hispanic Social Workers —(NAPRHSW) organizes Social Workers and other Human Service professionals to strengthen, develop and improve the resources and services that meet the needs of Puerto Rican/Hispanic families.
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