CHCI Needs Your Support to Ensure the Future Success of the
Latino Community and the United States


Join us in Los Angeles on April 8, 2011 in support of Latino higher education attainment


Partnership Opportunities for Continuing the Conversation


Without significant change in college attainment rates, the United States will face a shortage of 23 million college-educated adults in the workforce in the next 15 years – a crippling blow to U.S. economic competitiveness. This education crisis has spurred the president and several of the nation's largest private foundations to collectively launch a campaign to increase the higher education attainment rate in the United States to 60 percent of adults by 2025.

Joining in this effort, CHCI has launched a national dialogue, highlighted by a series of education policy forums and informal conversations across the country that will bring together leading education experts, advocates, local and national elected officials, and practitioners. Don't miss this unique opportunity to address best practices in Latino education while supporting the future leaders of our country.  Partnership options include speaking opportunities, reserved seating at the forums, and access to CHCI's 2011 Public Policy Conference in Washington, D.C. this September.  All proceeds directly benefit CHCI's award-winning leadership development programs.


Keeping the Promise: Partnerships for Latino Education Success
Friday, April 8, 2011


2:00 pm - 5:30 pm 
Education Policy Panels

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm 
Keeping the Promise for Latino Education Success: Continuing the Conversation

California State University- Dominguez Hills
Los Angeles, CA

Partnership Opportunities for Continuing the Conversation


Panel Partners

California State University- Dominguez Hills
Excelencia in Education
Lumina Foundation
NALEO
The Gates Foundation
Univision


For more information, please contact Cassie Banks, Sr. Development Manager, at cbanks@chci.org or 202-548-5865.


Keeping the Promise

The demand is exploding. This year alone the number of students interested in participating in CHCI programs jumped from 9,000 to more than 23,000! As the dramatic population growth of the Latino community in the United States continues, it is imperative that we significantly increase the number of Latinos ready to assume leadership positions in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. Both corporate America and government have a significant stake in the outcome, and CHCI is uniquely positioned to deliver.

Over the next five years, the "Keeping the Promise" initiative will lay the foundation for a bold future for CHCI, the Hispanic community and the nation. Our 2011 goal is $8 million – a 33% increase over 2010.

We invite you to be part of this ambitious effort to shape America's future.

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