Federal Training Institute
The Federal Training Institute (FTI)
We realize the rapid changes of our nation present all agencies and companies with new and additional challenges in completing their various missions. We are committed to providing the support, training, and development at times to keep abreast of these changes. Our core value is committed to facilitating educational opportunities to participants to acquire or enhance the skills necessary to progress and develop within and beyond their potentials.
The Federal Training Institute is dedicated to the belief that increasing the knowledge and skills of staff through educational opportunities contributes to the advancement of human fulfillment. Therefore, a diverse, well-educated and informed workforce will be able to adapt and better respond to the future challenges of their agencies.
The Federal Training Institute is committed to providing quality educational opportunities to develop and enable participants to realize their potential by strengthening their knowledge, skills, and professional competencies. We provide continuing education by expanding opportunities for personal growth and fostering the development and dissemination of public policies and social change activities.
2020 LULAC FTIP Development Month
In an effort to show our continued support and assist in addressing the aforementioned issues we are partnering with the National Council of Hispanic Employment Program Managers (NCHEPM) and several Federal agencies to ensure we continue developing federal employees by conducting training through the 2020 Virtual Federal Training Institute Partnership (FTIP) Month of Development”. August 18 through September 29, 2020
FTI Young Professionals & Collegiate Symposium: Join Us!
The League of United Latin American Citizens Federal Training Institute, one of the nation’s preeminent defender of civil rights would like to invite you, your faculty and staff, and students to our Federal Training Institute (FTI) “Cultivating Talent for Tomorrow” Young Professionals & Collegiate Symposium. The symposium is free of cost. Please find further details on the attached documents. Wed, February 19, 2020 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM EST
The goal of the symposium is to cultivate our audience through the influencers (parents, career services staff, guidance counselors) and their peers to create a pipeline of talent for tomorrow. The realities of a rapidly retiring workforce require government agencies to reach out to audiences who can assist them with their missions and replace their retired workers. Students are ideally positioned to begin their career by taking advantage of the Pathways for Students and Recent Graduates (Internship Program, Presidential Management fellows, Recent Graduates Programs) scholarship and fellowship opportunities.
We look forward to welcoming your students and empowering them to become the leaders of tomorrow!
Sara E Clemente Sosa
LULAC Director of Federal Affairs