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Working for the Latino Commission on AIDS (The Commission) is being part of an organization that is recognized for its leadership in addressing health disparities within the Hispanic community; particularly around HIV and AIDS, viral hepatitis, and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). The staff at the Commission is mission-driven, empowered to make an impact in the health and wellbeing of the Hispanic community. 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.

If you want to help power our organization, check out our current openings below. If you need assistance completing the electronic application process, please contact Angelica Ramirez at

There are currently no job openings available.

Internship Opportunities
The Commission offers internship opportunities to qualified undergraduate and graduate students who are considering a possible career in the field of health education and promotion; policy and advocacy; and research. For internship opportunities, submit your resume and cover letter to Angelica Ramirez at

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