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.

  • Southern California Higher Education Consortium (SOCALHERC)

    http://www.socalherc.org/

    The Southern California HERC is an association of educational institutions whose purpose is to promote awareness of employment opportunities with participating members, and recruit and retain participants as members of faculty, administration, and staff of higher education.

  • Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education (TACHE)

    http://www.tache.org/

    TACHE's purpose is to provide state, regional, and local forums for the discussion of issues related to Chicanos/Latinos in higher education and to collaborate with institutions of higher learning to create workable solutions for these issues.

  • The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP)

    http://www.aatsp.org/

    The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP) promotes the study and teaching of the Spanish and Portuguese languages and their corresponding Hispanic, Luso-Brazilian and other related literatures and cultures at all levels of education

  • The California Latino School Boards Association (CLSBA)

    http://www.clsba.com/

    CLSBA is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering trustees to drive educational policy for P-12 success. Its vision statement is securing California's future by serving trustees today.

  • The Higher Education Recruitment Consortium

    http://www.hercjobs.org/about_herc/

    HERC is a non-profit consortium of over 600 colleges, universities, hospitals, research labs, government agencies, and related non- and for-profit organizations. Consortium members share a commitment to hiring the most diverse and talented faculty, staff, and executives.

  • The Julian Samora Research Institute (JSRI)

    http://www.jsri.msu.edu/

    The Julian Samora Research Institute is committed to the generation, transmission, and application of knowledge to serve the needs of Latino communities in the Midwest. It has organized a number of publication initiatives to facilitate the timely dissemination of current research and information relevant to Latinos.

  • Tomas Rivera Policy Institute (TRPI)

    http://www.trpi.org/

    The Tomas Rivera Policy Institute is a nonprofit, freestanding research organization that advances critical, insightful thinking on key issues affecting Latino communities through objective, policy-relevant research, and its implication, for the betterment of the nation. 

  • UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center

    http://www.chicano.ucla.edu/default.htm

    The UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC) was founded in 1969 with a commitment to foster multidisciplinary research efforts as part of the land grant mission of the University of California.

  • United States Hispanic Leadership Institute (USHLI)

    http://www.ushli.org/

    The USHLI has developed into one of the most powerful, nationally and internationally recognized Latino organizations in the country by organizing and conducting nonpartisan voter registration and leadership development program in 40 states. The organization has been able to maintain a stable presence in hundreds of communities over the years by promoting empowerment and civic responsibility. 

  • Virginia Latino Higher Education Network (VALHEN)

    http://www.valhen.org/

    The Virginia Latino Higher Education Network (VALHEN) is an organization designed to serve as a networking structure for individuals in colleges, universities, and the community-at-large, to communicate, advocate, organize, research, and identify resources which support and work towards the success of Latinos in higher education in the Commonwealth of Virginia. VALHEN addresses a need for Virginians to have a strong voice and a medium through which we can advocate for the success of our Latino community.