Careers

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Current Openings

We have an ambitious road ahead. We love people who believe in tomorrow and their ability to shape it. People who see a problem and work on it until it’s solved. Those with the capacity to learn and help solve complex problems through ingenuity, passion and grit. We’re passionate about Hispanic businesses, if you are too, let’s talk.

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Educational Fund Programs Manager

Full-Time Position

Washington, D.C. Office / Remote

Job Description

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is searching for a mission driven and results oriented Programs Manager to lead the operations process, execution, and management of our key programs and initiatives. The Program Manager will conduct the USHCC Educational Fund 501(c)(3) programs deliverables and also provide project management support to USHCC 501(c)(6) programs, working in partnership with the Senior Vice President of the USHCC Educational Fund and team members across the organization. Serving as the strategic operations partner for program deliverables, the Programs Manager will play a vital role in contributing to meet the needs of the USHCC’s priorities: building capacity, securing contracts, and fostering connections for Hispanic business growth.

Send your resume and cover letter to careers@ushcc.com.

Senior Accountant

Full-Time Position

Washington, D.C. Office / Remote

Job Description

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting applications for the Spring and Summer 2024 USHCC Internship Program. The internship can be completed in a hybrid model or remotely. Interns are current university students and work with one or more of the following departments: Business Development, Government Affairs, Communications and Events, and Programs. Some exceptions are made on a case-by-case basis for high school students. Interns are asked to commit a minimum of 30 hours per week and receive a monthly stipend.

Send your resume and cover letter to careers@ushcc.com.

Spring and Summer 2024 Internship Program

Washington, D.C. Office / Remote

Internship Description

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting applications for the Spring and Summer 2024 USHCC Internship Program. The internship can be completed in a hybrid model or remotely. Interns are current university students and work with one or more of the following departments: Business Development, Government Affairs, Communications and Events, and Programs. Some exceptions are made on a case-by-case basis for high school students. Interns are asked to commit a minimum of 30 hours per week and receive a monthly stipend.

Send your resume and cover letter to careers@ushcc.com.

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