Master Your Card & CHCI – Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) is the premier Hispanic nonprofit and nonpartisan organization in the country dedicated to developing the next generation of Latino leaders.

CHCI provides leadership, public service, and policy experiences to outstanding Latino/a/x students and young professionals, and convenes Members of Congress and other public officials, corporate executives, nonprofit advocates, and thought leaders to discuss issues facing the nation and the Hispanic community.

Each year, CHCI Educates, Empowers, and Connects more than 1,600 students and young professionals by:

  • Creating Opportunities For A Brighter Future
  • Transforming The Lives Of Program Participants
  • Offering Unique Access To Influential Latinos Leaders
  • Connecting Businesses With Pipeline Of Latino Talent
  • Creating A Better America For Us All

For over 40 years, CHCI has educated, empowered, and connected thousands of promising American Latino youth with programs and services designed to provide unparalleled leadership opportunities. With profound U.S. demographic and economic shifts expected to continue, they aim to do even more important work and offer exceptional programs that encourage college completion and foster community involvement.

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CHCI is a nonprofit nonpartisan leadership development organization dedicated to cultivating the next generation of Latino leaders in the US. As a pipeline of Latino talent to corporations, government agencies, nonprofits and other organizations, CHCI ensures the interests of the Latino community are represented across all sectors of society. In addition to managing a network of nearly 4000 highly accomplished alumni, CHCI convenes a variety of stakeholders that include Members of Congress and other public officials, corporate executives, and nonprofit advocates and leaders to discuss issues facing the Hispanic community and our nation. CHCI’s vision is to have educated and civic-minded Hispanic leaders engaged and contributing to all aspects of US society.