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Technical Support
Mexico City, Mexico City(D.F.)
Aspen Technology
HR Business Partner/ Sr. HR Business Partner
Towson, Maryland
Chesapeake Employers' Insurance Company
Family Specialist
Mineola, New York
Family and Children's Association
Property Manager - Veterans Housing
Chicago, Illinois
Hispanic Housing Development Corporation
Sr Marketing and Community Relations Liaison - Warwick, RI
WARWICK, Rhode Island
UnitedHealth Group
Assistant Director of GYLI and Stuart Center for Global Leadership
Lake Forest, Illinois
Lake Forest Academy
Supervisory Human Resources Specialist (Employee Development)
Alexandria, Virginia
National Credit Union Administration
Bilingual Housing Consultant
Huntsville, Texas
Oak Creek Homes
Operations Manager (Supply Chain/Logistics)
Ontario, California
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Weíve always believed that the most satisfying careers for Hispanic and bilingual professionals are the ones that use our language skills or multicultural experience. But donít take our word for itólisten to their voices as they tell their own stories. Take this opportunity to learn from their ups and downs and share your own!

My native language is Portuguese (the Brazilian flavor) and it has helped me a lot since it was either a requirement or a ďdesirable skillĒ in my last 3 jobs...

Multilingual Webmaster

Being fluent in English and Spanish has helped me immensely at work, giving me the opportunity to participate in media interviews in both languages. It has also helped me establish a closer bond with our clients...

Senior Event Planner

Speaking more than one language has been an enormous help to me professionally. Without English I may have had to flip burgers when I arrived in the US...

The key is to live a lifestyle that is within your means and finding satisfaction in what you can afford...

Bilingual Sales Rep

Sometimes is better to say ďnoĒ to some money, but have a well balanced life...

Software Development Manager

This industry is an Old Boys Club. Coming in as a young, female, Latina professional, Iíve been overlooked often as too young or inexperienced when meeting new people in the business...

Bilingual Insurance Agent

I knew at that moment that what I did for families was a good thing and I knew at that moment that I didnít want to do anything else...

Financial Divisiobn Leader

I learned by working in the ghetto that there is a tremendous misunderstanding of the industry. I noticed that the scripts we use have no fit with the low income families I serve...

Supervising Insurance Agent

Iím Mexican-American and early on in my career it was a little more difficult because they didnít classify us as Hispanic... at that time there was a bit more of a stigma being a professional Mexican. Even today there is still a stigma out there but it has gotten better...

Once you get in the workplace, no matter what your surname is, when you perform well, the creme will rise to the top...


ím Mexican, first generation in the US. Iíve had a wider range of cases at the Shelter due to the diversity in San Diego and the strong Hispanic population, so it has helped me a lot. Speaking Spanish in Southern California is a must at times. It has helped me tremendously and Iím glad my parents enforced that I remained fluent in Spanish...

Social Worker

I deal with Hispanic media and am good at what I do because I not only buy, plan and place the media... I also consume and understand the programming choices.

Hispanic Media Buyer

When I am teaching a particularly complex lesson, and I get an ďAha!Ē moment from my students, that is an amazing feeling. At that moment, your world feels complete...

High School Dept Chair

Fresh out of college, I was working late and one of the managing partners came over and asked me to empty out the trash cans from the offices before I left for the evening. I was shocked, but then I laughed at her. I just reminded her that I was part of her team. I donít let these kinds of things get to me.

Once I had an agency share proposals for a TV spot and they presented an ad containing paper m‚chť piŮatas, ceramic figurines, and all the stereotypical souvenirs a tourist in Mexico would be interested in. This was only 5 years ago with a major ad agency, and even though we had a VERY long meeting with them about it, they never really understood what the problem was.

Multicultural Marketing Expert

When I was starting out and I was put on the spot by management and was asked to explain something I did and why, I would be told not to be defensive. After many years of hearing it and not quite understanding it, I realized I wasnít always in front of a firing squad for my actions, and that I wasnít always being blamed for something going wrong. Sometimes management just needed to understand what decisions were being made, and the reason behind them, so they would know how to move forward, or how to best change direction.

Efficiency Expert

People who come to the US from other countries seeking the dream tend to work very hard to achieve their goals and that is why most of us succeed.

International Travel Agent


"LL Building Products recently used LatPro for the first time when we were looking for bi-lingual candidates for a Human Resources position. We had already tried other resources but couldn't seem to find the right candidate. Using LatPro, we were able to quickly search through many qualified resumes--and ultimately hired a candidate we found through you. We were very satisfied with our experience with LatPro and would not hesitate to use your service again. "
Joseph Kardos, PHR
Human Resources Manager


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2016 LatPro Hispanic &
Diversity Job Fair Series
February 24 Houston, TX
March 29 Chicago, IL
April 21 New York, NY
May 12 Washington, DC Metro
May 20 Denver, CO
August 2 Bay Area/Silicon Valley CA
August 25 Atlanta, GA
September 8 Boston, MA
October 13 Los Angeles-Orange Co, CA
October 25 Dallas, TX