Hispanic Leadership Institute's programs and initiatives focus on the
following several areas:
Development: Our youth are the
future leaders of our country. CHLI supports Hispanic youth and young
professionals through several programs - the CHLI Global Leaders Internship and
Fellowship Program, the CHLI Future Leaders Conference, FIU Law Student
Scholarship, and the Tuck Business Bridge Program.
Responsibility: CHLI hosts informative
events that highlight the many ways Hispanics can succeed as senior corporate
executives, board members, and small business owners, and aims to demonstrate
how corporate America and the Hispanic community can effectively work together.
Public Service: CHLI was founded and continues to be
guided by members of Congress representing diverse areas of our country who
volunteer their time to support CHLI's mission and programs. CHLI seeks to
inspire others to answer the call to public service by promoting careers in the
local, state and federal government.
International Affairs: CHLI
is unique in that it works beyond U.S. borders to foster constructive relations
and pursue opportunities for growth and success among the peoples of the
Americas and Europe. CHLI's strategic partnerships with non-governmental
organizations (NGOs) and multinational corporations have helped make possible
an increased awareness of the importance of international affairs by the U.S. Hispanic
Commerce: Commerce is the economic backbone of the United States. CHLI highlights contributions made by the Hispanic community as small business owners and entrepreneurs. These contributions drives growth, creates employment, and stimulate economic development.
Energy/Environment: Energy is a critical resource to the United States. CHLI promotes traditional and new
energy sources to gain energy independence while protecting our environment.
is a pioneering field that rapidly changes the ways we live, work, play, and communicates. CHLI fosters dialogues that promote
economic growth through innovations and technological advances.