Welcome to Prospanica Boston!
We invite you to learn about our organization, networking events, professional development workshops, and career opportunities in the beautiful Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts area. Stay up-to-date with the most recent social and professional events and opportunities with Prospanica Boston and our consortium of professional affinity groups by following us on our Facebook Page, Facebook Group, or Linkedin Group.
Prospanica exists to empower Hispanic business professionals to achieve their full educational, economic, and social potential. Prospanica Boston is one of of over 40 professional and university chapters across the US and Puerto Rico.
2017 Annual Conference & Exposition presented by NBMBAA and Prospanica
Pennsylvania Convention Center
Philadelphia, PA – September 26-30, 2017
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Celebrate Summer ’17 with NSBE Boston on the Northern Lights cruise liner
Party for a good cause and take in the summer while it’s still here! Complimentary hors d’oeuvres will be served, including cash bar.
Our 2017 summer cruise will be aboard the Northern Lights, a motor yacht. Gaze at the glittering lights of the city as light dances on the waters of Boston Harbor. Sit back and enjoy the view with friends on the top deck or join the party on the dance floor below, while enjoying your favorite music hits.
Date: Saturday, August 12th
Time: Departs at 4pm – till Sunset (Boarding begins promptly at 3:30pm)
Vessel name: Northern Lights (link)
Dock Location: Classic Harbor Line Boston at ROWES WHARF, 60 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA 02210
$40 members/ $50 non members (early bird ends on 8/5/17)
– Tickets include Free food offerings
– If you have any questions please contact, firstname.lastname@example.org
MBLA's 8th Annual Clambake Dinner on Martha's Vineyard
Join the Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association on beautiful Martha's Vineyard for its 8th Annual Clambake Dinner on Saturday, August 19, 2017 from 12:30pm to 8:00pm!
The event includes a tour of Oak Bluffs, a clam chowder reception, a traditional clambake dinner (with lobster!), open bar, lots of great company, and outdoor games.
Purchase tickets HERE!
Wells Fargo Advisors' evening of networking, in support of Dress For Success
Date: Thursday, September 14th
Place: 125 High Street -- 14th Floor Boston, MA 02110
Keynote - Kim Todd, Executive Director Dress for Success Boston
For Wells Fargo Advisors, taking care of others who are less fortunate is just who we are. Join us as we support local organizations dedicated to making a difference. Register now to attend an evening of networking and engaging conversations in a fun-filled atmosphere – all in support of a very special charitable agency.
Date: Monday, September 18, 2017
Time: 5:00 to 8:00 PM
Place: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston at 600 Atlantic Avenue Boston, MA 02210
Join us for a celebration of Hispanic Heritage and a thought-provoking discussion on our changing Demographics and the role Latinos will play in the US economy in the years to come!
Keynote Speaker: Carlos Dominguez, President & COO, Sprinklr, the $1.88B startup revolutionizing customer engagement
Guest Speaker: Rosalin Acosta, Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development
Guest Speaker: Paul Osterman, MIT Professor and author of “Boston’s Immigrants: An Essential Component of a Strong Economy”
Register for a FREE ticket here!
Your Path to Leadership Roles on Government Boards and Commissions in the Education Sector by the Latina Circle
Facilitated by Greater Boston Latino Network (GBLN) and leaders on education issues, this workshop will guide you through the process of inserting yourself in positions of influence.
In order for Latino families to thrive, become self-sufficient and have greater access to opportunities, our children must receive a quality education. Education is one of the most important issues impacting Latinos yet we are lacking representation at every level - from Parent Councils to the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. In Boston, 41.8% of the Boston Public School students are Latino. Unfortunately, many are underperforming or failing to graduate.
In reauthorizing the Elementary and Secondary Education Act as the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) in December 2015, the U.S. Congress reaffirmed its commitment to two key priorities for the nation’s education system: excellence and equity.
In this workshop you will learn about the Massachusetts ESSA Plan and opportunities to become a leader on education issues
Register HERE, for FREE!
Facilitated by Greater Boston Latino Network.
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