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Working at the Commission is working for a family where everyone is commited to improve the well being of our brothers and sisters. The questions we always arise among our employees is "How much of an impact do you want to make in the Latino community?"

From the very beginning of your career with the Commission, we encourage you to define and achieve your goals. We support your professional development through training, projects, community involvement, and many other challenges.

The Commission is proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. People of color, women, transgender, and individuals of diverse backgrounds encouraged to apply.

We don't have full time openings at the moment.

Internship Opportunities. Internships are managed by the Research and Evaluation Department. For more information click here.

Current Positions
•  Capacity Building Assistance: Infrastructural Specialist (Full-time) [+]
• Capacity Building Assistance Specialist (Full-time) [+]

What working for us means
Hugo Ovejero Hugo Ovejero
"Promoting HIV awareness and knowing that my people get the message, makes my work gratifiying."
2006: Outreach Coordinator, Crystal Meth Awareness Campaign
2008: Program Coordinator, Mpowerment Project
2009: Program Director, Mpowerment Project
Liliana Ranon Liliana Ranon
2007: NLAAD Program Coordinator
2008: NLAAD Director
Stephen Anthony Stephen Anthony
"Working in a group so passionate about helping the community stay healthy and safe has been an inspiring learning experience."
Health Policy Intern
2009: Development Consultant
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