How the Regional Hispanic Institute is Developing Future Leaders
September 26, 2018 | 3 min read
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, we recognize the great organizations that are impacting and enriching our communities, and providing a path to success for our next generation. This week we highlight the Regional Hispanic Institute and its “Lideres” Mentoring Program. Devoted to helping bridge the gap between academia and real-world business experience, the non-profit organization created the mentoring program to develop our future professionals, corporate executives and community leaders.
The program pairs a senior-level student at California State University, Long Beach with a high-ranking officer mentor that will work one-on-one to pass on knowledge and advice that will help the student’s career.