The CHCI 2020 Leadership Conference will bring together some of the most dynamic and influential thought leaders from all sectors and industries to examine critical issues affecting the Latino community and our nation. Join us at our all-virtual leadership conference to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month and be part of thought-provoking conversations with some of our nation’s top industry experts who are changing the landscape in civic engagement, health care, workforce development, education, and more. Register now and get your all-access pass to hear the most insightful, visionary thought leaders today.
2020 Leadership Conference Program
Join for us insightful conversations on climate change, health and wellness including disparities, inequities, and the impact of COVID-19; Latino identity, leadership and representation, and the importance of civic engagement in the 2020 Census, upcoming November elections, and more.This year’s agenda will include more than 35 carefully crafted sessions that focus on these timely, relevant topics that impact the Latino community and identify the way forward as Latinos continue to be the largest, youngest, and fastest growing demographic of our society.
Pause to take a journey of recovery for yourself or a loved one during this unprecedented global pandemic. The health, mental, and emotional wellness of Latinos is at risk and the pandemic has shed light on the multiple layers of disparities and socio-economic inequalities impacting Latinos and other communities of color. Join us for a daily 15-minute wellness session to improve your well-being and increase your preparedness to face the impacts of the challenges we are all facing.
COVID-19 Recovery Investment Program
Latino families across America were disproportionately impacted by the spread of COVID-19. However, Latino leaders everywhere harnessed the power of community and innovation to not only meet the challenges of this unprecedented global crisis but to build solutions for the Latino population as well.
Join CHCI’s first “Pitch Competition: COVID-19 Investment Recovery Program”, featuring remarkable Latino leaders who have secured local business growth, founded non-profits focused on COVID-19 recovery, and led Latino communities, all during a time of great hardship for the nation. A celebration of the determined Latino spirit and the next generation of our community’s leaders, participants in the Pitch Competition will have the chance to win funding and resources for their initiative.
Submit your pitch and application by Thursday, September 10th at 5pm ET.
The CHCI Career Fair is a new offering to unleash Latino leadership talent. Hispanics have tremendous abilities and potential and can contribute in impactful ways to creating a more prosperous society. CHCI helps put Latinos on the path to positions of power, making an impact in whatever sector or field they choose. The career fair will provide Hispanic leaders at all career stages a platform to explore new opportunities in their areas of expertise, or learn about openings in new fields. Employers will be exposed to the best leaders our Hispanic community has to offer, to engage them and leverage their insights and innovative contributions for their organization’s success. Increasing diversity is a smart business decision, it’s in everyone’s best interest, and it’s the right thing to do. And increasing Latino representation at leadership levels will benefit our entire nation.
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CONGRESSIONAL HISPANIC CAUCUS INSTITUTE
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) is the premier Hispanic nonprofit and nonpartisan 501(c)(3) organization in the country dedicated to developing the next generation of Latino leaders®. CHCI provides leadership, public service, and policy experiences to outstanding Latino/a/x students and young professionals, and convenes Members of Congress and other public officials, corporate executives, nonprofit advocates, and thought leaders to discuss issues facing the nation and the Hispanic community.
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