Diversity Partnership News
The Pilgrimage for a
Pathway to Citizenship, organized by the community network PICO California and
its local affiliates, is a 23-day, 285-mile walk to push for immigration reform.
Liberty Power and the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce are offering $20,000 in scholarships for STEM students planning a career in energy or environmental concerns.
The California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's Latina Empresaria Day highlights women's power.
News anchor and journalist Soledad O'Brien is slated to moderate an education panel at Festival People en Espanol in San Antonio over the Labor Day weekend, with U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro and journalist Pamela Silva-Conde joining her.
Alex Cabaņas never planned to join the family business, but when he realized his outside experience could benefit Benchmark Hospitality International, he gave it a second thought.
Latina Style magazine chose Chrysler for its annual list of the 50 best companies for Hispanic women, with the automaker ranking in the top 12 this year.
Hispanics' top concerns are the same as for most Americans, but it's immigration
that has pushed Hispanics to vote heavily Democratic, according to the senior advisor for Hispanic Affairs for the Democratic National Committee.
The National Society of Hispanic MBAs this week announced details regarding its first Annual Diversity Leadership Conference, The Business Case for Diversity.
Schaumburg area business owners got a dose of entrepreneurial advice with their
morning coffee Tuesday from four women CEOS at the Schaumburg Business
Association's monthly Good Morning Schaumburg networking breakfast.
The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility is calling for nominees for its 2014 HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers program.
Women and minorities are making no real gains in corporate America, according to a study by four influential leadership organizations.
HABLA awards luncheon will serve as the closing ceremony to Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations.
SCMSDC recognizes achievements of minority businesses with Supplier of the Year award nominations.
The University of Miami School of Business Administration has a program in the works that will fine-tune executives' business chops when it comes to operating in high-growth markets, particularly in the Americas.
The over-representation of minority children among the poor is not new. What is
new is that minority children in the not-too-distant future will form the
core of the nation's workforce.