2012 Public Policy Conference
Witness CHCI’s convening power at the Public Policy Conference. On September 10-12, CHCI will bring together national leaders, elected officials, corporate executives, community activists, and educators (just to name a few) to discuss critical issues facing the Latino community and the nation.
Join Members of Congress and thousands of Latino thought leaders and policy influencers in this three-day event, which has served as a vital forum for Hispanic-American leaders since 1980. Key issues on the agenda include: corporate America, economy and workforce, education, health, immigration, labor, media, mental health, STEM, telecommunications, and much more. Attendees will benefit from participating in this important dialogue that helps shape issues of national concern.
Daily agendas include plenary sessions, keynote luncheons, and policy summits, which feature presenters from government, corporate, labor, and nonprofit communities who are working toward better policies on national initiatives that affect the Latino community.
Help shape the future of the Latino community. Become part of the conversation. REGISTER NOW to attend CHCI’s 2012 Public Policy Conference!
To complement the conference, CHCI will host two additional programs specifically to engage the next generation of Latino leaders. First, R2L, CHCI’s college readiness program for high school students, will present a session onsite on September 11. On September 12, R2L participants will attend policy sessions to gain a better understanding of issues that will affect their futures. Second, job and internship seekers can visit CareerLider LIVE on Wednesday, September 12, throughout the conference to interact with recruiters about employment opportunities and strategic initiatives spearheaded by participating companies and organizations.
CHCI is tax-exempt under section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code, Federal ID # 52-1114225. CHCI does not attempt to influence legislation and does not employ or retain any registered lobbyists. All grants and contributions to CHCI are tax deductible to the extent permitted by federal law.