In a nation where one in three children is Latino and more than 90% of Latino children are native born, success must include prepared Latino leaders. The young Latin demographics fuel the new projections from the Bureau of Labor statistics, "Hispanics are projected to account for 78% of net new workers between 2020 and 2030. The U.S. labor force growth rate has slowed over the past couple of decades – and what growth has occurred is largely due to the increasing number of Hispanic workers...", a much higher rate than in the previous two decades. CSE's effort to develop Latino leaders directly affects the future workforce and our nation's ability to meet the workforce challenges of the 21st century.
"I am a witness to the difficulties of studying in this country"
Nelson Ayala, President of the Salvadoran Business Caucus, said he knows very closely the difficulties faced by immigrants and highlighted the daily effort that adult students make to meet their goals. “I am a witness to the difficulties of studying in this country, I finished my degree being undocumented, which is why our organization has made a commitment to work to help low-income youth..." Latin Opinion Baltimore News
For our aspiring and current business entrepreneurs we developed a series of workshops and seminars geared toward the businesses of industry in which there is a prevalent amount of Hispanics embarking upon