Become a Member of TechLatino Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association

TechLatino: Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association is the premiere national community for Latino Technology Professionals, Tech Business and students with 15 Tech Councils nationwide and over 5000 members and over 100,000 subscribers. Our mission is to educate, motivate and encourage the use of technology in the latino community to empower ourselves and build  the next generation of technology workforce and tech business leaders, by developing leadership and career skills and enhancing career and networking opportunities for our members.

 Membership in TechLatino: Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association  who care about Diversity and Inclusion, interested in developing relationships, leadership and professional growth, particularly those in business, technology, Social media,  New Media, Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics and related fields.

Who We Are

Tech Latino: Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association members are dynamic, successful and have a commitment to our mission. Members include professionals in industries such as: venture capital, information technology, education, government/regulatory, marketing, and other fields, who:

  • Advocate for the Latino Community in technology and volunteers to give back to the community
  • Values our different cultures and enjoys the preservation of our dual heritage and Language:
  • Thinks mentorship of the Next generation is key to the future of our community and our country.
  • Believes that through networking all members makes us strong  
  • Is a team member and develop initiatives and programs to develop the next generation tech entrepreneur
  • Are Committed to increasing opportunities to the Latino Community
  • Is re dedicated to the professional and personal growth of our members to cultivate leader  within our network

Why Become a Member

Tech Latino: Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association coordinates programs and initiatives that help its members grow by providing professional development opportunities. Members benefit by building a valuable network within and outside their field, and being exposed to development and education that can be used to make an impact within their own careers. The myriad benefits are valuable and include:

Professional Development Tech Latino: Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology allows professionals to develop social, leadership, problem solving, and relationship building skills that can enhance client interaction and improve project performance and efficiency through opportunities such as:

  • Roles serving on local/national boards and committees to build leadership skills and experience
  • Developing public speaking and presentation skills at LISTA workshops
  • Training in Hi Tec Applications
  • Member Discounts to LISTA’s premier leadership events and programs through strategic alliance partners such as Comptia and Microsoft
  • Access to business community and government leaders
  • Exclusive invitations to career expos hosted by fortune 500 leading firms and companies
  • Access to the LISTA Career Center- where our sponsors post job opportunities that are specifically for LISTA members
  • Access to workshops and opportunity to discuss career curriculum with leading tech school admissions staff and prep program\

Programs — LISTA  has a variety of programs, targeted at the specific demographics of our professional community providing the tools and insight needed to succeed, including:

  • Emerging Technology Leadership Summit — This Summit is our quarterly event done in different cities where LISTA has councils at. This event offers opportunities for tech professional and tech business to hone their skills, network and get to know what is on the leading edge of technology. Here Latinos learn leadership skills, training, mentoring and career advancement. through a panel discussion of visionary executives from industry leaders, exciting workshop sessions, a keynote speakers and networking reception where members build relationships with other empowered and motivated leaders
  • TechLatino Speakers Series — a series of workshops geared at providing leadership development and technical education
  • Executive Power Breakfast Series — designed specifically for mid-career and executive-level professionals with 10+ years of experience to network and exchange best practices
  • La Familia Tech Week Held in Elementary school around the country where LISTA has TechLatino Council
  • LISTA StackHub Training on advanced technologies

Networking — LISTA provides opportunities for members to mix and meet with colleagues and potential clients who share interests in banking, business, accounting, finance, law and similar fields. LISTA membership includes invitations to our exclusive social fundraising events including:

  • LISTA Tech Latino Achievers Awards Gala
  • Holiday Social
  • Three Kings Holiday Party
  • Georgia Latino Film Festival
  • One-year Digital Subscription to  Negocios Now, Latin Post, Latina Style, and Hispanic Executive .

How to become a Member

Many firms have expense policies that reimburse their employees for the membership fees paid to participate in professional associations like LISTA. Check with your HR Manager for your firm’s policy. To apply for membership, please click the link below. Applications are reviewed by the Board promptly.

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Donation Policy: The National Association of Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology will accept donations of cash, credit or publicly traded securities. Gifts of in-kind services will be accepted at the discretion of the National Association of Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology.


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TechLatino Associate Partner Program

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