The following is a list of links to other organizations important to Latinos:
American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) - the association of Tribal Colleges and Universities.
The Alliance for Equity in Higher Education - a policy-based coalition comprised of the American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC), Asian American and Pacific Islander Association of Colleges and Universities (APIACU), the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU), and the National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education (NAFEO).
American Association of Community Colleges
Asian American and Pacific Islander Association of Colleges and Universities (APIACU) - the voice of Asian American and Pacific Islander interests in higher education.
ASPIRA - The ASPIRA Association, Inc. is the only national nonprofit organization devoted solely to the education and leadership development of Puerto Rican and other Latino youth.
Association of Mexican American Educators (AMAE) - The mission of the Association of Mexican American Educators, Inc. is to insure equal access to a quality education at all levels for the Mexican American/Latino students where cultural and linguistic diversity is recognized and respected.
Campus Green Builder - to advance green building on your campus visit this site, developed by Second Nature and funded by The Kresge Foundation.
City Year - an AmeriCorps program, is an education-focused nonprofit organization.
Civil Survival - legal education for everyone.

Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) - is a nonprofit and nonpartisan educational organization established in 1978. Its mission is the development of the next generation of Latino leadership.

Cybersecurity Boot Camp at UT Austin - is a challenging, part-time program that takes a multidisciplinary approach to attaining proficiency in IT, networking, and modern information security, throughout the course of 24 intensive weeks. - a Law School Admission Council campaign to encourage racially and ethnically diverse students to discover career opportunities in law and choose a path in undergraduate school to help them succeed. - Their mission is to empower African, Hispanic (Latino), and Asian Americans to achieve advancement in politics, business, at work, and society in general.
The National GEM Consortium - The National GEM Consortium is a nonprofit dedicated to providing graduate engineering and science fellowships to underrepresented minorities -- including Latinos, African Americans, and Native Americans -- since 1976.
HACU Portal - Portal for HACU team member.
Healthcare Spanish - A site to assist with simple Spanish to assist patients in healthcare settings.
Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility - Their mission is the inclusion of Hispanics in Corporate America at a level commensurate with our economic contributions.
Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC) - HERC represents over 500 colleges and universities who are working together to promote diversity hiring.
Hispanic Educational Telecommunications System (HETS - HETS is a consortium of fifteen colleges and universities in the US and Puerto Rico for distance learning.
Hispanic Educational Telecommunications System (HETS) Virtual Plaza- Visit the HETS Virtual Plaza. Visit the virtual plaza
I Can Afford College - The California Community Colleges “I Can Afford College” campaign is a California statewide financial aid awareness initiative which educates current and prospective students that financial aid is available year-round to help pay for fees, books, rent, and supplies.
JULIAN SAMORA RESEARCH INSTITUTE - is committed to the generation, transmission, and application of knowledge to serve the needs of Latino communities in the Midwest.
Latino Health Resources Guide - is a guide to resources for Hispanics in dealing with health issues. The guide is also available in Spanish here.
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) - was formed in 1929. Their mission is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States.
Legal Shield - Legal Shield can provide HACU-member institution faculty and staff with protection of their legal rights, security for their families, and peace of mind, through access to an experienced law firm. In addition, your employees are protected from identity theft, the fastest growing crime in the U.S.
Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MECHA) - Their main objective is to provide a feeling of community and security, while increasing the recruitment and retention of Oregon Chicanos/as.
National Association of College Auxilliary Services - NACAS is committed to enhancing the profession of auxiliary and campus support services in higher education. The Association strives to create a better higher education environment by providing timely information, new knowledge and better networking opportunities for its members
NACME, Inc. - NACME's mission is to increase the representation of African Americans, American Indians and Latinos in the nation's engineering work force.
National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education (NAFEO) - the association of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

National Catholic College Admissions Association (CCAA) - a non-profit organization of Catholic colleges and universities committed to promoting the value of Catholic higher education and serving students in the transition to college.
National Center for Institutional Diversity - The National Center for Institutional Diversity (NCID) catalyzes innovative approaches to diversity challenges and opportunities within the university, other major social institutions, the nation, and the world.
National Community College Hispanic Council (NCCHC) - The mission of NCCHC is to increase the number of successful Hispanic leaders in America’s community colleges through leadership development. NCCHC offer s a Leadership Fellows Program, an Annual Leadership Symposium, a Newsletter (printed/issued 3 to 4 times per year) and much more. NHCC logo
NALEO Educational Fund - The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Educational Fund was established in 1981 to promote the participation of Latinos in the nation's civic life.
National Institute for Latino Policy - formerly the Institute of Puerto Rican Policies (IPRNET), a private independent nonpartisan and nonprofit policy center to address Latino issues.
Prospanica - formerly NSHMBA, An organization to empower and enable Hispanic professionals to achieve their full educational, economic, and social potential.
The Partnership at - a drug abuse prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery resource, existing to help parents and caregivers effectively address alcohol and drug abuse with their teens and young adults.  Materials in Spanish for parents are available here. A toll-free Parent's Helpline, staffed by licensed social workers and psychologists, is also available in English and Spanish at 1-855-378-4373.
The PhD Project - The PhD Project's mission is to increase the diversity of corporate America by increasing the diversity of business school faculty.
The Princeton Review - helps students at every stage of their educational careers to improve their performance in the classroom and on standardized tests. Through their website, they also help parents, teachers, students and schools navigate the complexities of school admissions.
Revista de Libros - the leading Spanish book review magazine in Spain and Latin America. Our electronic edition collects together more than 4,500 articles contributed since 1996 by over 1,000 leading Hispanic (hispanoamericanos) writers and theorists. Its range is unique—covering world politics and the global economy; history, social theory and philosophy; art, aesthetics and sciences; cinema and literature, among other issues.
Society for Advancement of Hispanics/Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) - a society of scientists dedicated to fostering the success of Hispanic/Chicano and Native American scientists—from college students to professionals—to attain advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership in science. 
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) - is the leading social-technical organization whose primary function is to enhance and achieve the potential of Hispanics in engineering, math and science.
TAMACC - promotes the growth development and success of local Hispanic chambers of commerce and serves as the leading advocate of Hispanic business in Texas.
University Economic Development Association (UEDA) - brings together higher education, private sector, public agencies, and community economic development stakeholders to expand economic opportunity in our communities and regions by leveraging education, research and technology development, community-building and place-making strategies.
University of Texas - Latin American Network Information Center (UT-LANIC) - provides users with access to academic databases and information services throughout the Internet world.
The USDA Faculty and Student Team (FaST) Program - funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Hispanic-Serving Institutions Division, provides generous summer research fellowships for teams of faculty and students from designated HSI universities to national research labs. 

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