Thursday, February 17, 2011

Interested in Serving in the Obama Administration?

Interested in Serving in the Obama Administration?
On behalf of the Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association we Congratulate Senator Barack Obama, on his historic victory and congratulate the next President of the United States. To us it is specially significant that Technology continues to be at the forefront of this administration and extend our resources to the upcoming administration.
The new administration is preparing to bring a fresh new look to Washington D.C. If you are looking for an opportunity to serve our country please join us on Monday, November 17, 2008 at 4:30PM on a conference call for those interested in serving in the Obama administration.

The National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, composed of 26 national Latino organizations chaired by MALDEF and including the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (which LISTA is a member of), National Council of La Raza, ASPIRA, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, and MANA, A National Latino Organization is promoting names to the Administration and helping Latino applicants for Cabinet, sub-Cabinet, and hundreds of other posts to advance through the appointment process.

To begin, we have scheduled a teleconference call on Monday, November 17, 2008 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Eastern Standard time for all interested individuals.
The call in number is 1-800-377-8846, password 79167948#.
Please email opaniagua@maldef.org to RSVP for the call.
The phone call will provide information from the Obama transition team and from NHLA organizations about political appointments, how to apply for them, and how to make your effort to be appointed more effective. During the phone call we will be accepting your questions via e-mail.
This is an historic time for Latinos and we must take up this opportunity to be included at all levels of government.
For more information, go to http://www.nationalhispanicleadership.org/(site should be up soon). And again, please RSVP for the call so we can estimate the number of participants.


Jose A. Marquez-Leon
National CEO

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