Employment & Internship Opportunties
The League of United Latin American Citizens seeks highly motivated employees who want to help improve the quality of life for Hispanic Americans. If you are committed to changing the world for the better and you are willing to work hard to support the mission of LULAC, then we encourage you to apply for a position at our national headquarters.
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The Health Programs Fellow will provide support to various programs that fulfill LULAC’s mission including but not limited to programming on wellness, health care access, environmental justice, health disparities, food safety, built environment and sustainable communities.
The League of United Latin American Citizens have developed partnerships with the Federal Government and Corporate America to encourage increased recruitment, hiring and promotion of Hispanics in the public and private sectors.
The League of United Latin American Citizens, the largest and oldest Hispanic membership organization in the country, advances the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, health, housing and civil rights of Hispanic Americans through community-based programs operating at more than 1,000 LULAC councils nationwide. The LULAC Field Organizer / Community Consultant will help mobilize the Latino community in the Los Angeles area by canvassing neighborhoods to promote LULAC consumer protection policy priorities, collect impact stories from community members, and promote LULAC financial empowerment initiatives.
Seeks highly talented and dedicated interns for our national office in Washington D.C. Interns can choose to work with our policy, communications, membership, events, development, health, education, fiscal or executive departments.
The LULAC Equality Fellow will provide support to various programs that fulfill
LULAC’s mission including but not limited to programming that advances dialogue and understanding between the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) and Latino communities, collecting survey data, preparing panel discussions on LGBT Latino issues, providing capacity building support to and convening LGBT Latino organizations and