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The Hispanic Heritage Foundation’s (HHF) President and CEO, Antonio Tijerino spoke at the America Promise Alliance (APA)’s Ready for a Working Future: Leader Conversation hosted by APA and Citi Foundation. APA brought together leaders from national and local youth employment efforts, philanthropy, business and government to speak on how they lead and support the youth in their respective fields.
APA gathered a group of leaders to discuss the youth employment challenge and provide their perspectives on how they can support and lead the youth to not only enter but also succeed in the workforce. APA is devoted to helping to create the conditions for success for all young people, including those that are currently left behind. APA firmly believes that the youth are capable of learning and thriving and that all individuals and institutions can help young people succeed in the workforce.
HHF is committed to providing a skilled and diverse pool of talent to meet the demands of today’s growing companies. Our Latinos on Fast Track (LOFT) network includes a unique ecosystem of talent has the potential to provide companies with highly qualified students and professionals that are trained to meet their requirements. Learn more how HHF supports the youth through our Youth Awards, Code as a Second Language (CSL), LOFT STEM Symposia and more here.
HHF inspires, prepares and connects Latino leaders in the classroom, community and workforce to meet America’s priorities in a range of fields. To learn more about HHF’s programmatic work across the country go here.