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CHCI and Hispanic Heritage Foundation Announce Partnership to Promote Education and Leadership Programs
In an effort to guarantee Latino youth across the country benefit from access to one another’s educational opportunities and leadership programs, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) and the Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF)announced a partnership to ensure deserving students have the knowledge and resources to assist them to obtain educational grants and support services.
The partnership will include cross-promotion and marketing of opportunities such as CHCI’s R2L NextGen, internship and fellowship programs, as well as HHF educational grants and programs such as Youth Awards , LOFT Source and other HHF award winning STEM/Tech Innovation programs such as CSL. Both organizations will also collaborate on networking and career development events for students, alumni of their programs, and other young professionals in Washington and throughout the country.
“As the Hispanic community continues to grow, so does the demand for leadership development opportunities for young, talented Latinos eager be the next generation of American leaders,” said Domenika Lynch, President and CEO of CHCI. “I am proud to announce this important partnership with the Hispanic Heritage Foundation, who shares with CHCI a vision of a prosperous America through educating and empowering Latino youth.”
“We are thrilled to join forces with CHCI which has been developing influential Latino leaders for many years,” said Jose Antonio Tijerino, President and CEO of HHF. “We look forward to adding new elements as we help prepare our youth to move the Latino community forward. By combining our outreach, programs and networks, our collective impact will be even greater”
CHCI is eager to work closely with HHF to ensure that each and every deserving Latino gets the necessary support they need in their path towards a professional career.