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Latin Job Fair Kicks Off In Houstn

 HOUSTON -- Diversity job board LatPro (www.LatPro.com), in partnership with the National Society for Hispanic Professionals (www.NSHP.org), is launching its 2011 diversity career fair series with an event for Hispanic and Bilingual professionals in Houston, Texas. The event will be held at the Westin Galleria on Thursday, February 17, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The job fair provides a unique opportunity for diversity-conscious employers to meet with professional candidates who have developed language and multicultural skills. The February fair will kick off LatPro’s 2011 season of nine diversity career fairs which will be held across the United States for Hispanic and bilingual professionals.

The career fair returns to Houston without hesitation after highly successful events in previous years.

“We base our schedule on jobseeker and employer demand, and in four previous years we have found Houston to be one of the most successful locations for a career fair because of the high caliber of jobseekers and the high concentration of diversity-conscious employers in Houston,” said Ricardo Villalba, events manager for NSHP.

Jobseekers attending the 2011 Houston Diversity Career Fair will have the opportunity to network with fellow Hispanic professionals and local chapters of Latino organizations, in addition to meeting representatives from employers such as PPG Industries, United Health Group, and FMC Technologies.

2011 LatPro Career Fair Schedule

Houston - Westin Galleria, February 17
Chicago - Navy Pier, March 16
New York - Metropolitan Pavilion, April 14
Washington, DC - Trinity College, May 19
Washington DC - Trinity College, August TBD
Denver - September TBD
Atlanta - Holiday Inn Decatur, September 28
Dallas - October TBD
Los Angeles - November TBD


About LatPro.com
Established in 1997, LatPro is the worldwide leader in online employment resources for Hispanic and bilingual professionals. With over 324,000 registered candidates and 95 of the Fortune 100 companies using its award-winning service, the LatPro.com site (available in English, Spanish and Portuguese) is the premier career destination for Latino and bilingual professionals throughout the U.S. and Latin America. LatPro also hosts a career focused social network where the company welcomes all career experts and job seekers.


About The National Society for Hispanic Professionals
The National Society for Hispanic Professionals (NSHP), a non-profit organization with more than 20,000 registered members, works to empower Hispanic professionals with connections, networking and leadership opportunities, as well as information on education, scholarships, careers and entrepreneurship. NSHP seeks to ensure the inclusion of Hispanics in corporate America at a level commensurate with the representation of Hispanic Americans within our communities.


STORY TAGS: HISPANIC NEWS, LATINO NEWS, MEXICAN NEWS, MINORITY NEWS, CIVIL RIGHTS, DISCRIMINATION, RACISM, DIVERSITY, LATINA, RACIAL EQUALITY, BIAS, EQUALITY

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