Este año, dedicado al comienzo del camino hacia la ciudadanía mediante la Reforma Migratoria. Profesionales legales y financieros ofrecieron educación y orientación sobre los primeros pasos hacia la legalización. Además una Feria de Salud con diversos exámenes y chequeos gratuitos.
HPRA, ColorComm and Voto Latino are partnered up for a roundtable discussion featuring Voto Latino President and MSNBC Constirbutor Maria Teresa Kumar.
This event presented the opportunity to meet the legislative leaders from Congress and their key staff members as well as to explore the issues and solutions to economic recovery for the construction, building and real estate industry.
The USDA Farmers Market features farmers/vendors from across the metro area selling fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, prepared foods, baked goods, kettle popcorn, local honey products, hand-made soap and more.
The Hispanic Business Summit is Virginia’s premier event for Hispanic-owned businesses and companies wishing to engage Hispanic-owned businesses. The Summit presented by The Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (VAHCC) and Virginia Latino Advisory Board (VLAB) brings together business owners, entrepreneurs, and policy leaders from the Commonwealth of Virginia and the Federal Government to share their insights on growing your business.
Presentado por la Cámara de Comercio Colombo Americana de Washington DC.
This event was devoted to provide a stage for discussion of the policies and challenges affecting the retirement security of Latinos. A conversation with community leaders, policy makers, industry leaders, and experts in retirement issues.
The LSF invited 9th-12th grade Latino students to learn all about networking with Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) Fellows and Verizon representatives at the annual High School Social. More info: http://www.latinostudentfund.org
United Airlines is SACOCDC (Salvadoran American Chamber Of Commerce – DC) new Diamond Sponsor.
On 04/04 at 4pm the ribbon was cut, with the presence of clients, friends and family and a silent auction to benefit the Mountain View Foundation.
The Annual Business Expo is the Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s (GWHCC) premier event for showcasing businesses and building connections with participating government agencies, corporations, embassies, non-profits, small businesses, and individuals in the local Hispanic business community.
The event consisted of a meet and greet and panel discussion with reporters from top-tier, Hispanic publications that focused on the changing nature of technology and social media, print and broadcast media and how bilingual and bicultural issues affect their reporting.
La reforma migratoria es necesaria y urge una ley que regularice a los indocumentados, que establezca un plan de trabajadores huéspedes, y que promueva incentivos para la migración legal por el bien del futuro económico del país.
This luncheon featured Republican Party leaders, who will discuss some of the efforts they have made to build the economy and create jobs. ow more than ever, it is imperative that a growing number of Hispanics enter the middle class and achieve success in the marketplace to fix the American economy. More info: http://www.ushcclegislative.com/events.php
La Embajada del Perú en Estados Unidos otorgó por segunda vez un premio especial a las mujeres migrantes peruanas que destacan en diferentes áreas de la vida pública o privada en este país.