Hispanic Americans...

u... are Americans of European, American Indian, African, Asian, and mixed ancestry who share historical backgrounds and cultural traditions.
u... represent17%of the U.S. total population or over 55 million people and are the fastest growing segment of the population. 

Heritage Month Theme

The 2018 Hispanic Heritage Month Theme is 
"Hispanics: One Endless Voice to
​Enhance our Traditions"

Our Meetings

The National Council of Hispanic Employment Program Managers (NCHEPM) is a body consisting of an executive membership from multiple Federal agencies and other organizations from across the United States. Most of our members have been appointed as their agencies designee responsible for building relationships between Federal agencies and the Hispanic community.
u... have diverse roots from Puerto Rico, Cuba, Mexico, Spain, the Dominican Republic, and other Spanish-speaking countries of Central and South America.

National Council of Hispanic

Employment Program Managers

Learn more facts here. 

Each month, the NCHEPM hosts a two-hour long meeting with members and guests to discuss a specific topic. Presentations have been given by professionals in the fields of HR, EEO, Statistics, and more. 

2018 Theme!

The Council​

Each year, the NCHEPM membership selects the annual Hispanic Heritage Month theme, which is used nation-wide by government agencies, non-profits, and other organizations. Some of these themes have been highlighted in Presidential Proclamations released by the White House. Want to become part of history? Submit your theme now!