Lideres del 2017 Mentorship Program

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Lideres del 2017
Mentorship Program

Developing the leaders of tomorrow. Providing opportunities to learn, grow, and advance.

The Regional Hispanic Institute is an organization devoted to the achievement and development of young Latino leaders. The RHI’s mission is to foster great mentoring and internship relationships between students and professionals.

We seek to develop future generations of professionals, corporate executives, and community leaders. We focus in making stronger connections and linking young leaders with high-ranking officers in a wide-variety of business fields.

The RHI is focused on forging stronger connections and linking young leaders with high-ranking officers in a wide-variety of business fields. Students and recent graduates serve on the Regional Hispanic Institute Youth Council for two years with the option to continue every two years. *(Each student receives a stipend for the volunteering hours). Donations to the Regional Hispanic Institute ensure that the program continues to make the connections between students and professionals.

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The “Lideres” Mentorship Program consists of:

Kick-Off | Lideres Mentorship Matchmaking

One Job Shadow day

Two additional meetings via Phone, email or one on one.

Graduation (Must be present)

Lideres Matchmaking Session

Friday, March 17th

6:00 – 8:00 pm

(The Chart Room, CSULB)

Lideres Graduation Mixer

Friday, July 28th

6:00 – 8:00 pm

(Keesal Young and Logan 400 Oceangate, Long Beach, California 90802)


Mentor Requirements

Mentors are requested to have at least five years of management experience and must have demonstrated success in their respective industries. It is helpful to have participated in various levels of upper management, including: managers, directors, Vice Presidents, CEO’s, CFO’s, COO’s, or Presidents. Entrepreneurs are encouraged to be mentors as well.


Mentee Requirements

The requirements for a student to participate in this program are to:

Be enrolled as either a Business major or a Business minor
Have attained Junior-year status
Be a member of one of the CBA student organizations
These requirements assure that students have a fundamental level of knowledge to help them be effective as interns and to benefit as much as possible from the experience. Business majors are encouraged to participate in the mentorship program.


California State University Long Beach

Human Resources Management
Information Systems
International Business
Supply Chain Management
Human Resources Management
Information Systems


CSULB CBA student clubs are listed below.

Associated Business Students Organizations Council (ABSOC)
American Marketing Association (AMA)
Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Society (BAP)
Delta Sigma Pi (DSP)
Financial Management Association (FMA)
Hispanic Students Business Association (HSBA)
Human Resource Management Association (HRMA)
Information Systems Student Association (ISSA)
International Business Association (IBA)
Society for Advancement of Management (SAM)
Students must submit letter of Intent, a profesional head shot and resume via email to


Mentors must submit their biography and a professional head shot.

Once again, thank you for your continued support of the Regional Hispanic Institute and the many students that benefit from it.


For further questions or concerns, please contact your President, John P. Ultreras.

To Your Success!

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