L’Bel bets on Latin women in the United States

POSTED ON Feb 13, 2018

  Belcorp, a corporation with a presence in Latin America and the United States through its L'Bel brand, is conducting its first National Inspire Tour in the USA. "Our goal is to empower Hispanic women in the United States, so we have designed the Inspire

Latin execs in The Definitive Guide to Career Success

POSTED ON Jan 19, 2018

Twenty of the most influential Hispanic executives today are featured in a new book "Auténtico, The Definitive Guide to Latino Career Success," published in English. The two authors are Andrés Tomás Tapia, a senior partner at Korn Ferry, a talent consulting a

Apple plans to accelerate job creation with $350 Billion

POSTED ON Jan 17, 2018

Apple announced today that the technology company plans to accelerate job creation with a $350 Billion contribution to the US economy over the next five years. “Apple is a success story that could only have happened in America, and we are proud to build on our l

Career spotlight: Anna T. Pinedo, securities lawyer

POSTED ON Jan 04, 2018

Anna T. Pinedo is a partner at Morrison & Foerster, a law firm that advises clients on stocks, bonds, and retirement or investment portfolios. Pinedo has financing expertise working with telecom companies. She has also advised derivatives dealers regarding

Internships for STEM Students

POSTED ON Jan 03, 2018

Each spring, summer, and fall, the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities National Internship Program offers paid internships to 50 students in Washington, D.C. But the job market is becoming more competitive. In addition to GPA and personal accomplishm

A million jobs in computer industry, BLS report finds

POSTED ON Jan 02, 2018

According to a recent spotlight on statistics, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, projects the computer occupational group will yield over 1 million job openings from 2014 to 2024. Job openings show the combination of new jobs and job openings expected to result

Marina Bellini: 100 Most Influential Hispanics in Technology

POSTED ON Dec 29, 2017

Marina Bellini has served as a global vice president for information and business services, and global CIO at Anheuser-Busch InBev since January 2010. She has responsibility for information technology (IT) organizations and shared services in Belgium, UK, German

GAO finds federal agencies could improve oversight of EEO requirements

POSTED ON Dec 26, 2017

The percentage of minority workers in technology increased from 2005 to 2015, but GAO found that female, and Hispanic workers remain a smaller proportion of the workforce in mathematics, computing, and engineering occupations. The U.S. Government Accountability

UTA researchers say sexual harassment still carries large impact

POSTED ON Dec 22, 2017

Two researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) have revisited workplace sexual harassment issues after the initial study was done nearly 20 years ago.   James Campbell Quick, the John and Judy Goolsby-Jacqualyn A. Fouse Endow

UTEP Celebrates 2017 Winter Commencement

POSTED ON Dec 20, 2017

  More than 700 graduates and fall candidates from the colleges of Engineering, Health Sciences and Science were celebrated at the UTEP Commencement ceremony.  The ceremony was the last of The University of Texas at El Paso’s three Commencement ceremoni

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