TechLatino: a technology-focused professional organization.
TechLatino is the premier national community for Latino technology professionals, businesses and students. Our founders have a proven talent with innovation and advancement. Our nationwide network inspires, educates and brings actionable solutions to the Latino culture. Deeply invested in growth and excellence, we come together to build the bridge across the digital divide.
We conduct workshops and seminars, national business series, research, policy analysis, and technology awareness programs in order to provide a Latino perspective in key areas in technology — in order to develop the 21st century workforce, through coding, health information technology, STEAM education, employment/economic status, business development and broadband advocacy.
The annual Emerging Tech Leadership Summit brings together technology companies, institutions of higher learning and technology professionals to provide resources and information to the next generation of techs professionals. The technology summit is designed to share effective strategies to recruit, retain and develop Latino talent in an effort to build a pipeline, which includes Latino talent.
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Latinos Have a Major Interest in the Future of Connectivity.
It is clear that mobile phones are an especially critical tool for the Latino community to connect with family, friends, work, school, and more. Nielsen reports that 98% of our communities in the U.S. own a smartphone compared to 93% of the general population. And Pew...
JOSE MARQUEZ RECEIVES DOCTORATE DEGREE FROM GLOBAL INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE UNIVERSITY
Atlanta, Ga. – Jose Marquez, CEO of TechLatino: The National Association of Hispanics in Information Sciences and Technology, received a Doctorate degree from the Global International Humanitarian University an international institution that supports humanitarian...
Bridging the Digital Divide & NY Broadband Grant Process
The last two years has demonstrated a vital need to close the digital divide. New York stands at a crossroads to bridge this divide with a historic opportunity to issue grants to aid in the buildout of broadband networks. In order to effectively and efficiently serve...
“Next Generation Latinos needs The Next Generation Wireless.”
Everything we do here at TechLatino relates to our key mission to ensure that Latino communities have a seat at the table for present and future generations to come. Because Latinos are outsized users of wireless services compared to other technologies and...
We Must Recognize Afro-Latino Contributions to Black History Month
Black History Month was founded to celebrate everything within the African Diaspora and contributions to American history.
That diaspora includes Latin American countries and their descendants, which can often be overlooked.
Job Opportunity Securities and Exchange Commission Office of Minority & Women Inclusion (OMWI)
Diversity Network: Job Opportunities The SEC is looking for the next generation of leaders to join our team! Below you will find position information below and link(s) to learn more. If you or someone you know is interested in applying, please be...
Technology in 2023:. Big tech, transparency and immersive experiences. Posted byLaura Ellis, Antonia Kerle BBC
2023 won’t be the year of The Metaverse, at least in the way that many conceive of it Welcome to our inaugural Foresight update! This occasional bulletin will be where we make some educated guesses about what is coming up for the tech and media industry – and more...