ALPFA (Association of Latino Professionals For America) is a national, professional association that creates opportunities, adds value, and builds relationships for its members, the community and its business partners while expanding Latino Leadership in the global workforce.
ALPFA OC helps develop leaders. We welcome all who share our mission. You are invited to join us in the various events such as: Student Symposium, Leadership Summit, Business Owner programs, Healthcare & Technology Summit, Campus Lunch & Learn, Women Of ALPFA and other activities to foster continued professional development.
Join us, share your expertise or be a part of this dynamic group to increase your circle of influence and leadership skills.
ALPFA OC Professional Chapter website
We thank all our members and sponsors for your continued support.
- Student Symposium
- Leadership Summit
- Business Owner programs
- Healthcare and Technology Summit
- Campus Lunch & Learn
- Women Of ALPFA
- and other activities to foster continued professional development.
ALPFA Empowering Latino Leaders
ALPFA invests in student members by providing professional level leadership workshops, professional and peer networking opportunities, and opportunities to practice essential communication skills needed in today’s job market.
Regionally-situated collegiate symposiums bring together student members and leaders, professional members and leaders, and corporate partners who attend both to educate and to discover talent for upcoming internship or full-time positions.
ALPFA 2018 Spring – West Region Collegiate Symposium - SOLD OUT
Saturday, March 3rd, 2017
8:30 am – 4 pm
Sheraton Park Hotel at the Anaheim Resort
Why ALPFA OC?
WE REPRESENT THE FUTURE.
The fastest growing segment of the American economy:
U.S. Latino population
is expected to grow by
167% from 2010 to 2050
The essential economic engine for America’s future:
$1.5 trillion of buying power in 2015. Latinos are expected to make up half of new entrants into the workforce by 2025.
The fastest growing American minority business community:
Increasing from 557,000 in 1990
to more than 3.1 million in 2013,
and growing almost 10 times faster than the general population.
The increasingly important Latino American generation:
Latinos are 21 percent of the millennial population.