Dinner at the Washington Hilton Hotel as a fundraiser to benefit Hispanic youth.
Congressman Edward Roybal, Congressman E. Kika de la Garza and Congressman Baltasar Corrada, determine there is a great need for more Hispanics in public service.
Congressman Edward Roybal, Congressman E. Kika de la Garza and Congressman Baltasar Corrada, determine there is a great need for more Hispanics in public service
CHCI brings four graduate students to Washington, D.C. as the first class of its Graduate Fellowship Program
Due to its rapid ascension as a national organization, CHCI moves away from Capitol Hill to 504 C Street, NE.
CHCI begins bestowing its Medallions of Excellence for Community Service and Leadership to deserving Hispanic leaders at its annual gala.
CHCI releases the first edition of its popular National Directory of Hispanic Organizations.
CHCI adds the Edward Roybal Health component to its Fellowship program to help increase the number of Hispanics in the health field.
CHCI's legislative seminars are expanded and become CHCI's Issues Conference. The conference continues to provide Hispanics with a forum to discuss issues affecting their communities.
CHCI holds its First Annual Fiesta de Golf Tournament to raise funds for its leadership development programs.
The CHCI Issues Conference is reformatted into a summit series. This not only helps to focus attention on the most important issues of the time but also helps to attain the highest level of participation.
CHCI's first Issues Conference Public Policy Recommendations are published to provide Congress with a better understanding of the specific needs, concerns and interests of the Hispanic community.
CHCI starts its Scholarship Awards Program to assist underprivileged Hispanic youth attain higher education.
CHCI celebrates its 25th anniversary as the nation's leading Hispanic educational organization.
CHCI moves into its new 8,000 square foot headquarters at 911 2nd Street, NE.
CHCI's Public Policy Fellowship Program celebrates its 25th anniversary.
CHCI honors its major donors by launching a Visionary Partner recognition level.
CHCI introduces Graduate Fellows to its Public Policy Fellowship Program.
CHCI launches its Ready to Lead (R2L) high school program to help prepare students for college.
CHCI builds upon its success, expands its fellowship program by formally launching the Graduate & Young Professional Fellowship Program.
CHCI welcomes Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. as its first Legacy Partner.