In the News
CHCI congratulates and thanks former CHCI Chair, Congressman Ed Pastor, for his 23 years of service to the Latino community, his Arizona constituents, and the nation. We applaud his steadfast commitment to developing the next generation of Latino leaders. "Congressman Ed Pastor will be leaving an indelible mark on Congress and on Arizona's 7th congressional district,” said Rep. Rubén Hinojosa, CHCI Chair. CHCI will greatly miss Rep. Pastor's unparallel leadership and unwavering commitment to our mission of educating, empowering, and connecting the next generation of Latino leaders. Read more
On February 4, CHCI and the United Farm Workers of America, hosted the Film and Discussion on the Life and Work of Cesar Chavez at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center. Co-hosted by the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, Congressional Black Caucus, Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus, the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus, the Congressional Progressive Caucus, and the Senate Democratic Hispanic Task Force, the event gathered over 250 guests, eager to preview the new Cesar Chavez film. Read more
The Chair’s Reception and Discussion on the Life and Work of Cesar Chavez was made possible by: Baxter Healthcare, The Coca-Cola Company, ExxonMobil Corporation, Mary Kay Inc., MassMutual Financial Group, and NAMAD.
On January 27th, over 100 supporters, CHCI Alumni, and members of Congress joined CHCI staff at its new interim headquarters— graciously provided by Dell — for CHCI’s Open House celebration. Special guests, Reps. Tony Cárdenas, Joe Garcia, Gloria Negrete-McLeod, and Filemon Vela joined CHCI Chairman, Rep. Rubén Hinojosa for a tour of the new facility, while enjoying refreshments generously provided by Crown Imports. Guests received an official welcome from CHCI President and CEO, Esther Aguilera and remarks by CHCI Chairman Hinojosa, highlighting CHCI’s remarkable and continuing growth. Read more
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CHCI is proud to join the Cesar Chavez Foundation in signing the petition to declare March 31 as the Cesar Chavez National Day of Service. We encourage all of our supporters and program participants to join the efforts to create a day of service that we can all be proud of. Cesar Chavez was not just a champion for workers' rights, but an American hero. This day will both honor and remember his great work, and continue his central mission: that when workers are treated fairly, everybody benefits. Read more
CHCI Chairman, Rep. Rubén Hinojosa, shares a very special message to all supporters and program participants, highlighting the remarkable growth of CHCI and his plan for a prosperous 2014.
On behalf of the CHCI Board of Directors and Advisory Council, President Esther Aguilera, and staff, welcome to 2014! I am very proud to say that 2013 was one of the most successful years in CHCI's history. From raising record level revenues, increasing our programs' impact across the board, and embarking on a comprehensive campaign to develop CHCI's 21st Century Leadership Development Center, we have made significant progress in moving the organization forward. I want to personally thank Anheuser-Busch, Bank of America, Dell, PepsiCo, State Farm, and Toyota for their vision and commitment to Latino leaders and helping us raise more than $9 million. CHCI appreciates your unwavering commitment as we embark on our campaign, Building Our Future, Together. Click here to read the full message.
From now through Wednesday, April 30, high school students from specific cities can apply to CHCI’s 2014 R2L NextGen Program. This exciting civic engagement and leadership program brings 40 students from across the country to Washington, D.C. during the week of July 27- August 1, 2014. Students will gain expansive knowledge about our democratic process, engage with Latino community leaders, and explore the nation’s capital. R2L NextGen is FREE for participants and is made possible through the generous support of founding sponsor State Farm Insurance, Southwest Airlines (the Official Airline Sponsor of CHCI's 2014 Leadership Development Programs), and regional supporters. Read More
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