Hispanics are projected to comprise half of U.S. workers by 2025, but are missing from the leadership table.
- 74% of Latinos were unable to name anyone they consider a national leader in 2010.
- In 2015, approximately 6-8% of trustees and just 2% of CEOs at grantmaking institutions were Hispanic.
To strengthen our leadership, Hispanics in Philanthropy is launching a new program, the HIP Next Generation Latino Philanthropy Fellows.
Who is a HIP Next Generation Latino Philanthropic fellow?
- Are you leading change at your nonprofit or foundation?
- Are you committed to principles of equity in your work?
- Are you ready to share, and learn from a cohort of your peers?
- Do you self-identify as Hispanic or Latino?
If so, we want to get to know you better! Apply to be an inaugural Fellow of HIP’s Next Generation Latino Philanthropic Leadership program!
What is involved in this opportunity?
- Web-based training to help you improve your leadership skills and capacities, with a transversal perspective on diversity and equity
- The opportunity to attend HIP’s Latino Leadership Convening in the Sonoma Valley, California, in March 2016
- An exclusive opportunity for one-on-one mentorship with established Latino leaders in the nonprofit and philanthropic fields
Ready to apply? Submit your application today!
Want to know more? We will be hosting a webinar and question and answer session on Thursday November 5th at 2pm ET/11am PT. Please sign up here!
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