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What is ALPFA?

The Association of Latino Professionals For America is a national organization composed of over 90,000 members with a common goal of building relationships and encouraging Latino leadership in the workforce.

ALPFA was the first national Latino professional association in the United States, established in Los Angeles in 1972. Dating back 45-years, they have shown steady growth and demonstrated consistent value. ALPFA continues to build upon its proud legacy with a mission: To empower and develop Latino men and women as leaders of character for the nation.

 

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In addition to networking and professional leadership development opportunities, ALPFA members have access to 50,000 paid summer internships through hundreds of Fortune 1000 corporate partners. They aspire to be the initial business partner of choice for companies seeking to hire and develop Latino talent.

 
 

ALPFA- Regional Symposium

 
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The ALPFA Regional Collegiate Symposium was originally held once a year in the Spring, since this year (2018) they have increased this frequency to twice a year and hold 6 of these Symposiums in core regions across the nation:

Activities & Affiliations

  • At Symposium, students have access to multiple professional development workshops held by sponsoring companies including KPMG, EY, Altria, the CIA, AllState, and more.

  • Workshops include presentations about the company, sharpening 30 second elevator pitches, opportunities to listen to Keynote speakers, and have access to a career fair at the end of the one-day event.Bar Admissions


 

Spring 2018- Member Requirements

  • 1 ALPFA Event

  • 1 corporate competition

  • 1 CFO Competition

  • 6 corporate Events

  • 4 alumni events

  • 25 community service hours

  • career fair + 5 business cards (Bauer or UH for non business majors)

  • 5 NPO’s

  • ALPFA mentorship program

  • resume dispatch