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Hispanic Heritage Month , September 15 to October 15
Hispanic Heritage Month pays tribute to Hispanic and Latino Americans for their contributions to the United States and to celebrate the culture and history of these groups.
Resources Related to Hispanic Heritage Month
- Voices From the Latino Community – Arts, Culture and Economy, A Program of the Minnesota Humanities Center and the Chicano Latino Affairs Council which includes “five related video projects that convey the contributions of Minnesota´s Latino community to the arts, culture, and economy of our state.”
- Facts and Figures about Hispanic Population in the U.S. from the U.S. Census
FREE Entrepreneur Training
About the Training
This is a unique opportunity to learn and build on your entrepreneur skills.
During the training program participants will be connected with a business mentor with which to work. After completing the training and your business plan, participants have the opportunity to apply for a small business loan. This free training program is a partnership developed with A Minnesota Without Poverty. To learn more about them, visit: www.mnwithoutpoverty.org. To learn more about Community Action, visit: www.caprw.org. Download: Free Entrepreneur Training
- American Indian/Alaska native 7%
- Asian 4%
- Black or African American 44%
- Undefined 7%
- Hispanic or Latino 12%
- White 35%
Construction Hiring Connection
Register your skills, experience and resume on your own construction account that you can update 24/7. This account is viewable for contractors who are working on government related construction projects (for example, LRTWorks light rail projects and other large developments like stadiums, water treatment facilities and public land development sites). To register for the Construction Hiring Connection - click here.
- Males 78%
- Females 21%
- Other 2.1%