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Attention: Applications for CHCI's 2017 Leadership Programs Are Now Open!

Attention: Applications for CHCI's 2017 Leadership Programs Are Now Open!

Aug 8, 2016

Don't miss your chance to be considered for CHCI's nationally acclaimed leadership development programs. CHCI is now accepting applications for its 2017 leadership development programs. For nearly 40 years, CHCI has asserted itself as the best in leadership development, forging a critical role to Educate, Empower, and Connect our nation’s future Latino leaders.

Young Latinos of the Obama White House: Witnesses, Participants in History

Young Latinos of the Obama White House: Witnesses, Participants in History

Aug 5, 2016

NBC story features CHCI alumni and staff who worked on President Barack Obama’s campaigns and have served in his Administration.

Look Who's Coming to CHCI's 2016 Hispanic Heritage Month Events

Look Who's Coming to CHCI's 2016 Hispanic Heritage Month Events

Aug 2, 2016

CHCI’s annual Public Policy Conference assembles federal and local elected officials, corporate and nonprofit leaders, and supporters to participate in timely discussions of major policy issues affecting the Latino community and the nation. Join the largest gathering of Latino leaders at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. September 13-14, 2016 for this landmark event!

CHCI 2016 Public Policy Conference Approved as SHRM Recertification Provider

CHCI 2016 Public Policy Conference Approved as SHRM Recertification Provider

Aug 1, 2016

Today, CHCI announced that its 2016 Public Policy Conference is approved to serve as a Recertification Provider for the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM).

Don't Miss the Nation's Premier Networking Opportunity for Latino Leaders!

Don't Miss the Nation's Premier Networking Opportunity for Latino Leaders!

Aug 1, 2016

Take advantage of the networking opportunities available at the nation's premier Hispanic Heritage Month events in Washington, D.C. on September 13-15, 2016.

Sen. Menendez, Maria Teresa Kumar, Arturo Vargas and Matt Barreto to Speak at CHCI Policy Conference

Sen. Menendez, Maria Teresa Kumar, Arturo Vargas and Matt Barreto to Speak at CHCI Policy Conference

Jul 29, 2016

As the number of Latino eligible voters grows each year, political parties, candidates, and advocacy organizations keep searching for the silver bullet to tap into this constituent group. Join Sen. Robert Menendez as he kicks-off the 2016 Public Policy Conference with the Opening Plenary: The Latino Vote - Engaging Our Community, Making Our Voices Heard.

Sixty High School Students Experience D.C. and Leave As Leaders

Sixty High School Students Experience D.C. and Leave As Leaders

Jul 25, 2016

On Sunday, July 10, the R2L NextGen program brought 60 Latino high school students from ten different regions across the country to Washington, D.C. to participate in a week-long leadership and civic engagement program.

VIRAL: Diversity on the Hill

VIRAL: Diversity on the Hill

Jul 21, 2016

We are pleased to share a timely Op-Ed, written by Carlos Vera and published by NBC Latino, on the lack of opportunities for Latinos and minorities to intern in Congress. With structural inequality in the House and Senate, it can be difficult for many Latinos to acquire unpaid internships.

CHCI and United-Health Foundation Partner to Support the Next Generation of Latino Health Professionals

CHCI and United-Health Foundation Partner to Support the Next Generation of Latino Health Professionals

Jul 21, 2016

Since 2008, CHCI and the United Health Foundation have partnered to award over 175 scholarships to students from across the U.S. pursuing a primary health care professional career. The scholar-intern program, started in the second year of the partnership, has allowed scholars the opportunity to complete a paid internship in their community.

CHCI Says Farewell to 98 Latino Leaders During Summer Ceremony

CHCI Says Farewell to 98 Latino Leaders During Summer Ceremony

Jul 21, 2016

On July 14, CHCI said farewell to its 38 Summer Congressional Interns (CIP)/HEP CAMP Interns and 60 R2L NextGen students from across the country. These 98 future Latino leaders were treated to a dynamic ceremony in the Congressional Auditorium, featuring remarks from former CHCI Chair Rep. Rubén Hinojosa, and Reps. Tony Cárdenas, Michelle Lujan Grisham, and Sheila Jackson Lee.

Don't Forget to Book Your Hotel for CHCI's HHM Events

Don't Forget to Book Your Hotel for CHCI's HHM Events

Jul 19, 2016

Planning to attend CHCI's Public Policy Conference or Gala? Need hotel accommodations? Reserve by Thursday, August 18 for CHCI Rate!

Meet CHCI’s New President and CEO

Meet CHCI’s New President and CEO

Jul 18, 2016

I am excited to join you in our mission of developing the next generation of Latino leaders as the new President and CEO of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI). It is a privilege to be at the helm of CHCI at such a pivotal moment in our nation’s history.

Industry Stakeholders and Congress Meet to Discuss Latino Pipeline

Industry Stakeholders and Congress Meet to Discuss Latino Pipeline

Jul 14, 2016

CHCI hosted its third Industry Breakfast on Thursday, July 14, as part of its ongoing, comprehensive effort to positively impact diversity and open doors for talented Latino youth across all sectors.

CHCI to Honor Arnoldo Avalos as this Year's Distinguished Alumnus

CHCI to Honor Arnoldo Avalos as this Year's Distinguished Alumnus

Jun 27, 2016

CHCI and its Alumni Association (CHCI-AA) are proud to announce CHCI Alumnus Arnoldo Avalos (1989 Congressional Intern) as the recipient of the 2016 Medallion of Excellence for Distinguished Alumnus, during this year's Hispanic Heritage Month events in Washington, D.C.

New York Area Fellowship Alumni Discuss Their CHCI Experience With Univision

New York Area Fellowship Alumni Discuss Their CHCI Experience With Univision

Jun 15, 2016

CHCI Fellowship Alumni Randy Abreu, Marlin Martes and Ernesto Espin spoke to Univision Nueva York about their impactful experience with ‪CHCI‬ and about the opportunities available on our new and improved website, made possible with the support of Hyundai Motor America.

CHCI's Cristina Antelo Meets with Key Members of the Greater Los Angeles Business Community

CHCI's Cristina Antelo Meets with Key Members of the Greater Los Angeles Business Community

Jun 8, 2016

From May 31-June 1, CHCI’s Interim President & CEO Cristina Antelo toured the greater Los Angeles area to raise awareness of CHCI’s mission and promote its latest initiatives among key regional leaders in the corporate, philanthropic, and community sectors.

Have You Seen Our New Website at www.chci.org?

Have You Seen Our New Website at www.chci.org?

Jun 8, 2016

The new platform has a completely new look and feel, is fully responsive and mobile compatible. The site was made possible thanks to the generous support of a multi-year grant from Hyundai Motor America and was designed by Plus Three, a majority Hispanic-owned firm based in Miami.

ICYMI: 2016 CHCI Capitol Hill STEM Policy Briefing Series

ICYMI: 2016 CHCI Capitol Hill STEM Policy Briefing Series

Jun 6, 2016

On April 26, CHCI’s Graduate STEM Fellows Gabriela Sosa and Amber Seira, organized and moderated a public policy roundtable discussion comprised of congressional staff, public policy experts, and national leaders, tackling some of the most relevant STEM issues affecting the Latino community

CHCI Announces Its 2016 Public Policy Conference Topics

CHCI Announces Its 2016 Public Policy Conference Topics

Jun 2, 2016

CHCI today announced the full agenda for its 2016 Public Policy Conference on September 13-14, 2016, part of its 39th Annual Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM) celebration in Washington, D.C. With the theme Educate.Engage.

ICYMI: 2016 CHCI Capitol Hill Education Policy Briefing Series

ICYMI: 2016 CHCI Capitol Hill Education Policy Briefing Series

Jun 1, 2016

On April 20, CHCI’s Graduate Education Fellows Alejandra Montoya-Boyer, Sara Garcia and Mateus Baptista, organized and moderated three public policy roundtable discussions comprised of members of Congress, congressional staff, public policy experts, and national leaders, tackling some of the most relevant educations issues affecting the Latino community.