Educational Programs

Discover new ways to connect with your peers, mentors and industry leaders all working to advance health care initiatives for Latino students and professionals.

Discounted Member Rates – enjoy member-only discounted rates to NALHE and NALHE-partner events and educational programming.

NALHE’s Resource Library – includes access to educational material, research and policy resources.

NALHE’s Career Portal – search healthcare jobs, post & edit your resume, search resumes,  apply to fellowships & internships, resources to advance to ACHE’s Fellow credentials, and more.

2022 NALHE Programs will include:

  • Women in NALHE – Provides a platform for NALHE members to host webinars and networking events relevant to women’s leadership, education and advancement.
  • NALHE Scholars Program- a unique platform for student members of NALHE at the undergraduate and graduate level to gain access to internships and residency programs. These programs are designed to provide NALHE Latino Scholars exposure and experience in a professional setting – in hopes of leading to employment opportunities.
  • NALHE Speakers Bureau- join a network of experienced speakers or request a NALHE speaker for your organization’s continuing education presentation, annual meeting, social event, or other networking opportunities.
  • “Latino to Latino” Webinar Series – a supplement to the NALHE Webinars; this series provides a virtual meeting space for Latino Executives, Professionals and students to learn together and interact via teleconference.
  • NALHE Chapters – gain exclusive access to local member-only networking opportunities.
  • NALHE Military Chapters – provides a platform for NALHE members to host webinars and networking events, education and advancement relevant to the men and women in the US Military and Veterans.
  • NALHE Mentorship Program – provides support and access to members who have both the interest and potential to advance to Executive Suite positions. The programs will provide Mentees access to executive level Mentors and Preceptors from across the nation.


Whether you are already a healthcare professional or student well on your way to becoming one, it has never been more important to identify and overcome disparities in health care within your communities. Connect with healthcare executives and leaders within the Latino community to gain the wisdom, insight and experience to take on these challenges.

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