HLAA Leadership Interest
The Harvard Latino Alumni Alliance (HLAA) is an official Harvard Alumni Association Special Interest Group (SIG) and a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

The HLAA is a completely volunteer-run organization, with volunteers serving on the National Board of Directors, as Committee Volunteers, and as Local Chapter and/or Caucus Leaders. Being an HLAA leader provides incredible opportunities to expand your network, gain new skills, and enhance your career.

The first step to being eligible for nomination to the National Board of Directors is to successfully serve as a Committee Volunteer. Volunteering on a National Board Committee is a great way to get a sense of how the Board works and the level of effort that is required of all Board Directors.

** HLAA has a working national board, and the monthly time commitment for committee volunteers is on average 3-5 hours per month.**

Chapter Leaders create/build/lead local HLAA chapters and Caucus Leaders manage virtual HLAA groups.

Find description of open volunteer positions here: http://harvardlatino.sigs.harvard.edu/article.html?aid=101

Questions can be sent to harvardlatinoalum@gmail.com

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