UNIDOS US, the largest Latino civil rights organization in the United States, previously known as NCLR (National Council of La Raza) was in town Friday to coalition an emerging yet still small numbers of LatinX workforce community to become more activist in onboarding new apprenticeship programs in non traditional apprenticeships as well as expose candidates to pre-apprenticeship ladders.
Through their combination of research, advocacy, programs, and a national network of nearly 300 community-based Affiliate organizations across the country, UNIDOS US, simultaneously challenge the social, economic, and political barriers that affect Latinos in the United States across a range of key issues.
Join us for three days of collaboration, innovation, and thought leadership at one of the country’s largest gatherings of Latinos and allies! Registration is now open at https://t.co/vQYeGpCmOK. See you in Chicago! #UnidosUS23 pic.twitter.com/1MAnT5YL8l
— UnidosUS (@WeAreUnidosUS) April 5, 2023
— Kevin Clark (@Homageusa) April 22, 2023
Join @WeAreUnidosUS & @jfftweets for #ApprentiSessions – Unlocking Opportunities to Latinx Talent aims to convene thought leaders to increase knowledge about resources & share best practices on registered apprenticeships.
— UNITE-LA (@letsunitela) April 18, 2023