Educational Institutions

National Hispanic Institute, Inc.

  • Maxwell, TX
  • www.nhi-net.org

Mission Statement

The mission of the National Hispanic Institute is to nurture the intellectual leadership of the Latino community through its most capable youth. Through its efforts, the National Hispanic Institute works to craft a different understanding of life in the Latino community of the 21st century. It conveys an image and view of a futuristic, emerging Latino community that is economically and career motivating to the young. Participation in the Latino community is transmitted as emotionally, psychologically and intellectually satisfying to the extent that it drives the best young minds to consider making their involvement a key goal in their education and training. It is in giving new meaning to life in the Latino community that NHI seeks to attract top Latino youth to become active and visible in shaping that community.

ruling year

1979

Principal Officer

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Ernesto Nieto

Keywords

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latino,leadership,educational,hispanic,migrant,ldz,ylc,cws,mlp

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EIN

74-2055923

Also Known As

NHI

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Education N.E.C. (B99)

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This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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National Hispanic Institute Inc
Fiscal year: Sep 01-Aug 31
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National Hispanic Institute, Inc.

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Principal Officer

Ernesto Nieto

BIO

Ernesto Nieto is founder and president of the National Hispanic Institute. As a graduate of Southwestern University, a private, liberal arts institution in Georgetown, Texas, Ernesto is known nation-wide for his work and vision in Latino youth development. He is a Distinguished Alumnus from his alma mater, was accorded an Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters from Texas Wesleyan University in Georgetown, Texas for his work in the Latino community, serves on the Board of Trustees at DePaul University, and recently published his first book entitled, Third Reality: Crafting a 21st Century Latino Agenda. He has also received numerous awards and recognition for his service including the Human Relations Award from the Association of College and University Admissions Representatives, Distinguished Alumnus Award from his high school alma mater, Jeff Davis High School, Houston, Texas, and the Eagle Award for Excellence in Leadership from the El Paso City Council.

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