*Job Opportunity* Financial Analyst for Syndigo. If you're interested contact Colleen Carrillo at [email protected] Job Description The Financial Analyst is a key position supporting our fast-growing SaaS business. Initial responsibilities include working with a cross-functional team to enhance and create key performance indicators (“KPIs”) and reporting for the business including both financial and non-financial information. The position will have significant interaction with executives and business managers as well as a globally-distributed sales team. This position will report to the VP of Finance. ... See MoreSee Less
On March 13th our postdoctoral fellow Dr. Yuridia Ramirez was the winner of one of two Illinois Distinguished and Chancellor’s Emerging Scholars awards for her presentation at the 2019 Illinois Dist...
**Attention U of I students** Register to go to our 2nd annual Alumni Panel! We will we collaborating with The Latino Student Association UIUC. Don't miss on this great opportunity to network with Latino professionals. 👨🎓 Registration link ---> goo.gl/forms/KexVecoGBlTmzqAj2Register to go to our annual Alumni Panel! We will we collaborating with The Latina/Latino Alumni Association to get connected with past UIUC students. Don't miss on this great opportunity to network with Latino professionals. 👨🎓 Registration link ---> goo.gl/forms/KexVecoGBlTmzqAj2... See MoreSee Less
Here at LLAA, we try not to be political, as we respect the views of all our members and friends, but this could have drastic effect on our community as a whole, so we thought we would share. ... See MoreSee Less
This program has never worked very well, very few people ever qualify for it. This does not take effect until 2020, so all prior are still "eligible" and this is not targeted to first gen Latino/as.
A lot of colleges are offering better assistance programs for low income families. Our very own U of I has now offered free tuition to those whose families earn less than $60k.
The writing is on the wall: prevent first-gen and the working-class from getting an education.
*Volunteer Opportunity* The University of Illinois' Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Chicago Satellite Office hosts an array of annual events geared towards our Chicagoland area prospective students. At our Next-Up Admitted Student Receptions, admitted students have the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the countless opportunities at Illinois.
For this reason, they are inviting you to join them and chat with admitted students and their families about your college experience as panelists at a pizza parlor near you. To register click on the link: forms.illinois.edu/sec/2227763... See MoreSee Less
The University of Illinois' Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Chicago Satellite Office hosts an array of annual events geared towards our Chicagoland area prospective students. At our Next-Up Admitt...
On Feb. 26, the District 208 Board of Education voted unanimously to accept Superintendent Kevin Skinkis' recommendation to hire Hector Freytas as Riverside-Brookfield High School's new principal. Th...
The Illinois Latino Council on Higher Education (ILACHE) is pleased to offer two $1,000 scholarships to Latino/a students in Illinois who exhibit outstanding commitment to learning, community service, and leadership. ILACHE is an action oriented, independent advocacy group for Latinos in higher education in the areas of access and equity as it relates to employment, college admission representation, and educational legislation in the State of Illinois. An eligible applicant must be an Illinois resident who is an undergraduate college student currently enrolled full-time at a two or four-year regionally accredited college or university in the State of Illinois. Graduating high school seniors can apply but must be registered as a full-time student at an Illinois college or university in the Fall 2019 semester before the scholarship funds are disbursed. Here is link to online application: form.jotform.com/90415903836156... See MoreSee Less
Mil gracias to our sponsors, donors, volunteers, and guests! Sylvia Puente, our Roots Keynote shared that we must be a force on the social, economic, policy, and political fronts in this country and the world. Tina Pacione-Zayas, our wings keynote charged us with pushing equity where ever our role finds us. She reminded us of the power of our flight as she quoted the 43 Mexican movement, 'They tried to bury us but they didn't know we were seeds'. The evening was a grand success! Be on the look out for our future membership programming. Una sopresa les va llegar!
Tanya Cabrera Alicia Ponce-Nuñez Katya Nuques Palacios Cesar Nunez Cesar A. Lostaunau Oscar Sanchez Oscar Segura Abel Montoya Abel Calderon Evelin Freytas Alfredo Nambo Rosa Ortiz Heather Hathaway Michelle Hathaway Tina Rico Jose Rico Karina Pro Seth Eheart Jose Villagomez Isaura Pulido Efren James McKissick Carmen García Victor O. Alvarez Valverde Eddie Gutierrez Cesar A. Lostaunau Tony Robledo Cristian J. Biviano Cristian Baeza Kristy Herrera ... See MoreSee Less
Our mission is to establish, maintain and promote a network for the empowerment and advancement of Latina/Latino alumni, students, faculty, and staff at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign and within the community at large.