The Fourth Annual Federal Hispanic Career Advancement Summit

Bethesda, Maryland
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
The Fourth Annual Federal Hispanic Career Advancement Summit

Tuesday, September 20, 2011 and Wednesday, September 21, 2011 at the NIH Natcher Conference Center

"Change, Challenges, and Opportunities"
...a two-day event championing the advancement and development of Hispanic Americans in the Federal workforce through training and education with a focus on building leadership skills, leading change, and achieving results!

The Fourth Annual Federal Hispanic Career Advancement Summit 

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

at the 

National Institutes of Health

Natcher Conference Center

Bethesda, Maryland

The Summit, a premier initiative developed to address the shortage of Hispanics in senior executive and management positions in the Federal government, will focus on offering management insights, skills training and other career advancement training to assist government employees maximize their potential.  Open to all Federal employees, the Summit will be provided at no cost to the participants.  For additional information, you may visit the summit website at www.federalhispanicsummit.org or write to us at contact@federalhispanicsummit.org.

Vision
To offer a forum where Federal employees can develop individual leadership competencies to advance their careers.

Goal
To gather Hispanic leaders, aspiring future leaders, and all who support initiatives involving Hispanics in the Federal government to ensure development of educational tools that will provide equal employment opportunity and diversity in the Federal workplace.

Objectives

  • Promote equal employment opportunity and diversity while further promoting the enforcement of Executive Order 13171: Hispanic Employment in the Federal Government.
  • Develop and enhance partnerships and cooperation among Federal, public, and affinity groups working toward the goal of addressing the under representation of Hispanics in senior positions in the Federal government.
  • Promote feedback from Summit participants regarding emerging needs and trends, while establishing a formal and ongoing process to educate the Federal Hispanic community.
  • Gather and disseminate information concerning best practices in the Federal government and the private sector in enhancing diversity at all levels of the organization.
  • Share information regarding tools to assess overall agency progress in achieving a diverse workforce.

























 

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