GOVERNMENT Hispanic Business Federal Guide

RECRUITMENT

News & Developments in the Business of Government

An up-to-date list of Hispanic Employment Program Managers (HEPMs) for U.S. federal agencies.
From the annual Hispanic Business Magazine Federal Resource Guide, news and information on federal recruitment efforts.
Hispanic Employment Program Managers (HEPMs) are individuals in federal agencies charged with improving the representation of Hispanics in the work force. All HEPMs listed in this directory were contacted by HISPANIC BUSINESS to confirm their status and their contact information.
When people imagine a military career, they usually don't see images of a teacher surrounded by children in a classroom. But that's exactly what the Department of Defense Educational Activity office (DODEA) needs.
The Department of State offers exciting careers in a wide variety of areas: Foreign Service Officers, Foreign Service Specialists, and Civil Service employees.
The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) National Internship Program was identified by the federal government's Office of Personnel Management as one mechanism that agencies should utilize to increase Hispanic representation in the work force.
The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) provides military intelligence to fighters, defense policymakers, and planners in the Defense Department and intelligence community.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) has opened a toll-free Spanish-language telephone service so customers may apply for retirement or survivors benefits.
The U.S. Coast Guard has emerged as one of the main federal agencies in the new policy of Homeland Security.