The HACU Alumni Association (HAA)
The HACU Alumni Association (HAA) was founded in 1997 by individuals who directly benefited from HACU’s educational programs. Over 10,000 students have participated in the HACU National Internship Program (HNIP) and several hundred have benefited from other HACU student programs like the HACU Annual Conference Student Track and the HACU National Scholarship Program. Today, the HAA serves as a network hub for HACU alumni, provides mentoring to current HNIP interns, promotes HACU student programs, and fosters leadership and service for the greater Hispanic community
We encourage you to remain connected with the HAA beyond your internship!
Benefits of the HACU Alumni Association
Joining the HACU Alumni Association (HAA) is an immediate way to expand your professional network. HAA is a growing community of past and current HACU interns, ready to share ideas about federal government employment, graduate school options, professional development, and community service activities.
Best of all, you benefit from the following:
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By registering, you will be considered an active member of the HACU Alumni Association, giving you the right to vote in HACU Alumni elections, and on issues you deem relevant to the direction and action of the group. This group is for members only (HACU alumni); therefore when signing up, please note:
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We would love to know about your career progress. Many internship sponsors wish to know about the impact of their investment in HNIP. As alumni, you are a testament to the value of the internship program. Please share your success and let us know if we can showcase your success as a featured alumnus on our newsletters and other marketing materials. If you wish to help, please email us at email@example.com.