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CHSA Placement Committee Resume Bank
The Congressional Hispanic Staff Association (CHSA) is an official, non-partisan, bicameral Congressional Staff Organization, recognized by the Committee on House Administration, whose mission is to recruit, retain, and advance Hispanic staffers in the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.

In order to advance Hispanic staffers in Congress, CHSA's Placement Committee runs a resume bank to prepare applicants for career opportunities on the Hill. To add your resume to the resume bank, please fill out the following form.

This bank is intended for active CHSA members. To join CHSA, please visit: chsadc.org/membership.* For any additional questions, please contact Edgar.Rodriguez@mail.house.gov or Victoria.Rivas@mail.house.gov.

If you are looking to fill a position in your office, please contact Victoria.Rivas@mail.house.gov.

* Pursuant to Senate and House ethics rules, our membership is limited to persons who are employed by the United States Congress, including the staff of the Library of Congress, Architect of the Capitol, and state and district office staff.

Email Address *
Are you current a CHSA member? *
First Name *
Last Name *
Current Office *
Current Title/Position *
Party Affiliation *
Years on the Hill *
Which chambers do you have experience working in as paid staff? *
What chamber do you have experience interning in?
Have you handled committee work? *
If yes, which committee?
Have you worked in a Freshman office before? *
Desired Title/Position *
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Areas of Expertise (Communications) *
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Areas of Expertise (Policy) *
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Language Skills (Spanish) *
State Ties *
When are you prepared to start a new job? *
Please upload a copy of your resume as a PDF *
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Can CHSA's Placement Committee to share your resume with offices looking to fill positions? *
Please list at least two references and their contact information. Please note that CHSA may contact these references. *
Please provide a brief professional bio. *
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