Friday, July 29, 2011

Hispanic Women’s Corporation

Welcome to the Hispanic Women’s Corporation (HWC)! We are excited to celebrate 26 years of the professional and leadership enhancement of Latina women throughout the United States with Institutes that will inspire! Educate! Elevate! The 2011 National Honorary Chair will be Tucson hero, Daniel Hernandez Jr.
The HWC Institutes at the Executive, Professional, and Youth components will effectively better serve the multitude of Latinas in different phases of their career endeavors. We are expanding out exhibit area to incorporate additional exhibitors based on previous year's high demand.
The HWC Youth Leadership institutes will concentrate on 500 junior high and high school students with focus on academic and career goal setting with a particular emphasis on financial literacy introduced at a younger age.
It is imperative that we jointly continue to financially support the undergraduate and graduate education of our 50 deserving scholars. HWC counts on your continued support to make these academic dreams come true. Donations at all levels toward our scholarship fund are always appreciated.
The HWC looks forward to your continued attendance and support of HWC! Register Now for Early Rates! Sponsor Now for this exciting event!

Linda Mazon Gutierrez
President & CEO
Hispanic Women's Corporation

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Job Opportunity - Public Relations Liaison for CareerWISE

Job Opportunity - Public Relations Liaison for CareerWISE


The CareerWISE website ( was developed through a grant with the NSF and is targeted to women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics graduate programs. It has been featured in articles in national media outlets that have generated substantial interest in the program.

Currently, we are looking for a student worker with strong organizational, writing, communication, and teamwork skills to work on marketing and distribution tasks for a newly launched personal resilience training website.

The person selected will be responsible for creating, editing and distributing marketing material to internal and external organizations and sites, establishing relationships with scientific associations for long-term marketing purposes, responding to and routing inquiries from users, organizations and media regarding the website, and other tasks relating to the dissemination of information about the site and its purpose.

Applicants with education and experience in marketing, public relations, or science writing preferred. The candidate may also be given the responsibility of creating and maintaining social media pages. Efforts will be coordinated with the Project Manager, Principal Investigator, and university media personnel.

The position will require 10-20 hours per week on site at the Tempe campus.

Hope you are interested! If so, please email your resume to Deadline Monday July 19th


Kerrie G. Wilkins, M.A.
University Bridge Faculty - UNI 194
CareerWISE Research Assistant
APAGS Campus Representative
PhD. Student, Counseling Psychology
Arizona State University