Hello Ricardo...I am a new member and look forward to meeting other members for friendship and networking. Also I need some information about the October 22nd job fair in Dallas. Who do I need to contact for information about having a booth for my company? Thanks for your help!
I am still considering whether or not to do the intro thing, this looks alot like facebook and i'm not sure i have the time and energy to devote to it (or desire), i may be more on the sidelines, at least for the time being. if it makes sense to contact me i can be reached at 312/342-2406 (that is my cell, i would like it kept private)
Hello Ricardo, gracias por la bienvenida! well I unlike most people on this site am not a professional YET. I am going to college and and working part time. I was wondering if there was a link on this site where I can look up jobs.
Good Morning Ricardo.
Im awaiting the reason why the Los Angeles Group needs to be approved. I live in Los Angeles and wondering why this is needed. If this is a National Society for Professional Hispanics why the need to be approved? I think discriminating our own people should not be part of this organizations motto.
My name is Johnny Silvas and I live in San Angelo, Texas.
I a new member to this website hoping to increase my networking.
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I'm also a short-story Writer. You'll find them under my "Archives" link.
Hi Ricardo, I am interviewing two important guests on my radio show,www.elarana.com where you can listen live. Jan. 15 @ 5:00PM PDT Dr. Mark Hugo Lopez, PEW Hispanic Center, Jan. 16 @5:00PM PDT, Dr. Andrew Selee, Director of the Woodrow Wilson Institute. Dr. Selee will discuss the recent Pres. Elect Obama/Pres. Felipe Calderon meeting. I am off to the studio and perhaps you could help me get the word out to NSHP members. Thanks, Pieter Speyer
With 25,000+ members, the National Society for Hispanic Professionals is the top US networking association for Hispanic professionals. It's free to join and this is a great place for you to connect with new people who share your interests, BUT it's not for selling or promoting your business. Join us today and ask here if in doubt about our policy.