LatinosinHigherEd.com

Our Partners

LatinosinHigherEd.com develops strong relationships with leading organizations that share a commitment to increasing the Latino representation in the workforce and higher education. We also look to partner with organizations that offer professional development, research grants, fellowships, scholarships, conferences, political call for action and other issues impacting Latinos in higher education and the workforce.

  • AcademicKeys

    http://www.academickeys.com

    AcademicKeys is the premier source for academic employment. Our 17 discipline-focused sites offer comprehensive information about faculty, educational resources, research interests, and professional activities pertinent to institutions of higher education. More than 89% of the top 120 universities (as ranked by US News and World Report) are posting their available higher ed jobs with AcademicKeys.com.

  • American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE)

    http://www.aahhe.org

    The American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) is an agent of change for improving education, thus enabling Hispanic students to fully participate in a diverse society. AAHHE works collaboratively with all sectors of education, business, industry, as well as community and professional organizations to enhance the educational aspirations and meet the needs of a vastly growing Hispanic population.

  • Arizona Association of Chicanos for Higher Education (AACHE)

    http://www.aache.org/

    AACHE is a statewide Chicana and Chicano non-profit organization. Founded in 1983, AACHE was established to promote equitable educational and employment opportunities within Arizona colleges and universities. This is actualized through faculty recruitment and retention efforts, scholarship programs, MEChA leadership workshops, community involvement, and the annual AACHE conference. AACHE provides a forum for discussion of Chicana and Chicano higher education issues and identifies workable solutions to these issues.

  • Association of Mexican-American Educators (AMAE)

    http://www.amae.org/

    The goals of AMAE are to improve education for students of Mexican and Latino heritage. To advise State and local Boards, Administrators and Faculties. To provide training and support for Latino Educators. To promote understanding and recognition of cultural differences. Its mission is to insure equal access to a quality education at all levels for the Mexican American/Latino students where cultural and linguistic diversity is recognized and respected.

  • California Chicano-Latino Intersegmental Convocation

    http://www.clic-policy.info/

    The Chicano Latino Intersegmental Convocation (CLIC) is a voluntary coalition of California higher education administrators, faculty, and students from the three public segments and the independent colleges and universities. They strive to enhance the academic preparation of Latino students for professional jobs and increase the number of Latino faculty and administrators in higher education. In addition they work to inspire action to address challenges faced by Chicanos/Latinos in higher education.

  • California Council of Cultural Centers in Higher Education (CaCCCHE)

    http://www.caccche.org/

    The California Council of Cultural Centers in Higher Education (CaCCCHE), is a group of programs and individuals committed to the strength and value of diversity. CaCCCHE establishes new initiatives and creates opportunities for networking and personal growth of the diverse groups on which it places focus, and recognizes diversity on its campuses, in various communities, and in society.

  • Center for Hispanic Leadership

    http://www.centerforhispanicleadership.com/

    CHL's mission is to empower the professional growth and talent development of Hispanic employees through the use of culturally tailored curriculum that helps participants see the potential for their unique capabilities to promote workplace innovation, growth, and expansion.

  • Chi Upsilon Sigma

    http://justbecus.org

    We, the members of, Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority, Incorporated, aware of the prejudices and obstacles facing the minority women of our communities, dedicate ourselves to improving these conditions and to working towards the betterment of all women. We have unified ourselves through the sisterhood of Corazones Unidos Siempre and by our Founders’ ideals of open communication and community service, as well as the development of political, educational, cultural and social awareness. We devote ourselves to this challenge, to be achieved through hard work, patience and the collective effort to educate, as is exemplified in our motto, ‘Wisdom Through Education’.

  • College Board

    https://www.collegeboard.org/

    The College Board Advocacy & Policy Center was established to help transform education in America. Guided by the College Board?s principles of excellence and equity in education, we work to ensure that students from all backgrounds have the opportunity to succeed in college and beyond. We make critical connections between policy, research and real-world practice to develop innovative solutions to the most pressing challenges in education today.

  • Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI)

    http://www.chci.org/

    CHCI is the only national Latino organization that offers a wide range of programs and activities to support the educational and professional aspirations of Hispanic youth from high school through graduate school and into their chose careers.