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Save the Date -
Mark your Calendars!

Deadlines
STUDENT ORIENTATION
Co-Sponsored by Deloitte & Federal Reserve

STUDENT AFFAIR HIGHLIGHTS
2013-2014 Regional Student Symposiums
ALPFA Success Stories
Deloitte Recent Hires
Valeria Ruiz, UCLA President
Alex Gonzalez, UCR Past President (recently finished his internship)

ALPFA National Interns
Wendy Garcia, CSUDH VP
Thao Nguyen, CPP Member
Tanya Ho, Mount St. Mary Member
Nearly 600 Student Attendees at Convention (25%)

Over 2,000 new student members (Students 49.5%)

Scholarships (Amounts & Applicants)

130 Student Chapters - Welcome 10 new student chapters
Baylor University (Dallas)
InterAmerican University (Puerto Rico)
Northeastern University (Boston)
UPR-Bayamon (Puerto Rico)
Salem State University (Boston)
Grand Valley State University (Michigan)
American Public University (Washington, D.C.)
North Carolina State University (Charlotte)
University of Phoenix Ontario (Orange County)
UPR-Humacao (Puerto Rico)
University of North Carolina-Charlotte (Charlotte)
Fall 2013
Orlando—September 27
Boston—October 19
Chicago—October 5
Orange County—October

Spring 2014
Houston—February 8

March
3/22/14 - Register for ALPFA Orange County's Golf Clinic for Women (http://www.latinagolfers.com/Latina_Golfers_Association/OC_Golf_Clinic_March_22.html)
3/29/14 - ALPFA Cares: Junior Achievement Finance Park & Financial Literacy for the Next Generation, hosted by ALPFA Los Angeles (http://losangeles.alpfa.org/)

2014
March 2014
- ALPFA National Scholarship Program (includes complimentary convention registration, airfare and hotel expenses, and potential for internships which are offered in conjunction by particular sponsors)
Deadline March 31, 2014
April - June 2014
American Public University
Deloitte Scholarships to ALPFA National Convention
University of Phoenix
AUGUST 2014
8/2-8/5 - ALPFA National Convention in Orlando, FL

Scholarships
Student Chapters
Student Programs
Internships & Job Opportunities
Tony Torres

Lead Client Service and Audit Partner

Deloitte & Touche LLP
ALPFA Benefits & Opportunities
Carmen Cardenas
ALPFA Director of Student Affairs
ALPFA
Building
Latino
Business
Leaders
ALPFA MEMBER BENEFITS
Scholarships
Upcoming Events
2014 ALPFA
National Convention
August 2-5, 2014

ALPFA National Internships & Volunteer Opportunities

Online Career Center Job Postings

Scholarships

Networking

Programs & Events

Professional Development
How Can We Create Solutions for You?
For more information please contact:

Santiago Carmona, Vice President, Corporate Development
Tel (646) 695-4200 x100 / Cell (917) 334-4715
Santiago.r.carmona@national.alpfa.org

Anita Nuñez Cepollaro, Director, Corporate Development
Tel (703) 931-0980 / Cell (202) 716-1004
anita.nunez@national.alpfa.org

Cindy Saad, Director, Corporate Development
Tel (646) 695-4200 x106 / Cell (646) 326-0968
cindy.saad@national.alpfa.org

Josue D. Dominguez, Director, Corporate Development
Tel (213) 243-0004 x210 / Cell (213) 840-9124
Josue.dominguez@national.alpfa.org





How Can We Create Solutions for You?
For more information please contact:

Santiago Carmona, Vice President, Corporate Development
Tel (646) 695-4200 x100 / Cell (917) 334-4715
Santiago.r.carmona@national.alpfa.org

Manny Espinoza, CEO
Tel (646) 646-695-4200 x102 / Cell (619) 208-2297
ceo@national.alpfa.org


Partial list

ALPFA CORPORATE PARTNERS

Career Fair/University Expo–Meet and recruit from a highly talented pool of students and experienced professionals.

Professional and/or Student Workshops

ALPFA’s Got Talent-a talent competition of our members!

Networking:
Chapter Leader’s Reception
Welcome Reception
Sponsor Receptions

ALPFA Power Breakfast–Specifically for our C-suite professionals to network and learn from each other.

Women of ALPFA–Various opportunities to showcase your commitment to Latina leadership

Product Pavilion–Interact with attendees on the products and services you offer.


ALPFA’s biggest national event brings together professionals and students from across the US for 4 days of professional development, networking and career opportunities.

ALPFA SOLUTIONS: Annual Convention

Professional development events locally, and at the Annual Convention
FREE membership for 1 year
Specialized Women of ALPFA program for Latinas
Resources and scholarship opportunities to obtain an MBA

A new initiative targeting Latino Veterans to bridge the gap between military service and succeeding in corporate America.

ALPFA SOLUTIONS:

Career Focus


Work Experience


ANNUAL CONVENTION: Professionals

ALPFA

Building Latino Business Leaders

Goal: To equip Latino leaders and work with corporations to cultivate diversity inclusion through advisory services, programming, and research and insights.

Diversity & Inclusion
Designing and delivering corporate programs to better attract, retain and develop Latino and multi-cultural talent, customers and shareholders.


Women’s Leadership
Developing and facilitating career pathways for Latina and multi-cultural women.




Global Leadership
Equipping individuals with the skills and mindset required to effectively lead global operations.


Centers of Thought Leadership

ALPFA Cares inspires leadership through knowledge-sharing, informal mentoring and role modeling.





Focuses on global leadership development to build Latino leadership at all stages of learning and relevance from pre-professional [emerging leadership] through executive management.



Focuses on developing Latina business leaders by providing best in class educational programs and creating opportunities for them to network, demonstrate leadership and influence others.


ALPFA is committed to building leaders through the following programs providing Latino employees and those interested in Diversity with access
to leaders and decision-makers impacting their professional development.

ALPFA SOLUTIONS: Our Programs

INFRASTRUCTURE
Create a culture that supports system-wide management and the desire for consistency and collaboration throughout the organization.

ALPFA INSTITUTE
A premier source of thought leadership in diversity and inclusion.

OPPORTUNITIES
Provide career, networking and business expansion opportunities for Latino students and professionals.

DEVELOPMENT
Provide customized professional and personal development to enhance Latino leadership in the global workforce.

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION
Encourage and assist Latinos
to pursue careers in accounting, finance and other business-related fields.

ALPFA SOLUTIONS:
An Added Resource for Sourcing and
Developing Latino Talent

41


120


41


21,000+


2

Members

Student ALPFA Chapters in the US

Number of years ALPFA has been serving Latinos

Professional ALPFA Chapters in the US

IMPACT of ALPFA

Education

46%

54 %

49%

51 %

31%

69%

ANNUAL CONVENTION: General Demographics

Data from 2013 Spring Symposium

3.6-4.0

57%

3.0-3.5

44%

National Regional Student Symposium
5 Cities, Fall 2013 and Spring 2014
Includes workshops, career fair and leadership panel. It also reaches out to the underserved community college students to promote careers in business, finance and accounting.

The Regional Student Symposium offers a great venue for company visibility.

ALPFA SOLUTIONS:

30%

30%

40%

54%

Students

46%

Professionals

Members

The Value of ALPFA: Access to Latinos

A NATION-WIDE NETWORK OF SUCCESSFUL MEMBERS

3

21,000+


Number of Programs in 2013: 52

30%

30%

40%

55%

Of Chapter Presidents

44%

Of the National Board

53%


Of ALPFA’s Membership

The Value of ALPFA: Access to Latinas

IMPACT OF FEMALE MEMBERS

4

My ALPFA Story...
J.D. Peralta
Director of Student Affairs
ALPFA Los Angeles

This presentation contains general information only and Deloitte is not, by means of this presentation, rendering accounting, business, financial, investment, legal, tax, or other professional advice or services. This presentation is not a substitute for such professional advice or services, nor should it be used as a basis for any decision or action that may affect your business. Before making any decision or taking any action that may affect your business, you should consult a qualified professional advisor.

Deloitte, its affiliates, and related entities shall not be responsible for any loss sustained by any person who relies on this presentation.


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Copyright © 2014 Deloitte Development LLC. All rights reserved.
Member of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited


Be Extraordinary, Be You

Network, network, network: Make connections and build relationships- be strategic and make quality connections (not how many business cards you can get!)- be genuine and honest

Sustain your effort: Work to create a successful experience by sustaining your efforts. Continue to build on the relationships developed and knowledge gained



Tips for Success

Be Extraordinary, Be You

Define your goal: What do you want to get out of the convention experience
Get prepared: Learn about the convention, pay attention to what is going on around you, and try to understand the different opportunities available at the convention- do your homework
Get in the mood: Begin now and don’t wait- give yourself some love, adopt a positive attitude, and plan to have fun!





Tips for Success

August 2, 2014

Be Extraordinary, Be You


How to be a convention “STAR”

The convention is a platform to make connections, network, and develop yourself.

Be Extraordinary, Be You

Star (Noun)
an outstandingly talented performer
a person who is preeminent in a particular field

Convention Star

Be Extraordinary, Be You

Tips for Success
Define your goals
Get prepared
Get in the mood
Network, Network, Network
Sustain your efforts


Convention Star

August 2, 2014

Be Extraordinary, Be You


How to be a convention “STAR”

The convention is a platform to make connections, network, and develop yourself.

Be Extraordinary, Be You

Star (Noun)
an outstandingly talented performer
a person who is preeminent in a particular field

Convention Star
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