Our Partners 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.

  • Job Elephant

    Founded in 2000, Inc. is an advertising agency specializing in recruitment advertising. It is recognized worldwide by newspapers, internet job boards and trade journals as an authorized agent for employment advertising. 

  • Job Target

    Job Target offers state-of-the-art career site technology, comprehensive site management, customer service,and back office and technology support to hundreds of local, state, national, and global organizations. Their increasingly diverse population of partners consists of professional and trade associations, newspapers, publishers, magazines, chambers of commerce, government agencies, recruitment firms, corporations, independent job boards, and entrepreneurs, and our partner list continues to diversify and grow.

  • Latina Leadership Network (LLN)

    The Latina Leadership Network is a mutual support and advocacy organization committed to providing effective opportunities to develop innovative approaches to increase the participation of Latinas in leadership roles and to promote and maintain "la cultural Latina" and non-sexist familial values.

  • Latina Researchers Network and Conference

    The Latina Researchers Network was founded in 2012 in response to the underrepresentation of historically disadvantaged populations with advanced degrees and in support of examining the barriers and opportunities for advancement in research and academic positions. The Network was established to create a multidisciplinary and vibrant supportive community that can ensure the next generation of investigators has access to role models, allies and networking opportunities to succeed in academia and research activities.

  • Latinos in Agriculture

    The Latinos in Agriculture Leaders Conference strives to provide a national platform to discuss how to capitalize Hispanic talent in Agriculture. Our mission is to explore deliberate approaches in connecting agricultural stakeholders to improve Latino representation into Agriculture. Specifically, our objective is to provide a conference where industry, government, educational entities, and future leaders (students) convene to discuss the transformation of the Hispanic agricultural workforce of the future by increasing student capacity of those enrolling into Agricultural careers.

  • League of United Latino American Citizens (LULAC)

    The mission of the League of United Latin American Citizens is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States.

  • National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS)

    NACCS's mission is to advance the interest and needs of the Chicana and Chicano community, to advance research in Chicana and Chicano Studies and to advance the professional interest and needs of Chicanas and Chicanos in the academy.

  • National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies (NAHLS)

    National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies (partnered with NAHLS, NANAS and NAAS) created an international organization to help train youth in the areas of scholarly research, leadership skills, and appreciation for heritage.

  • National Association of Hispanic Journalists

    The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) is dedicated to the recognition and professional advancement of Hispanics in the news industry.

  • National Association of Hispanic Nurses

    The National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN), founded in 1975, is designed and committed to improving the quality of health of the Hispanic population and toward providing equal access to educational, professional, and economic opportunities for Hispanic nurses.