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The Association of Latino Professionals for America – Boston

  • One of the largest ALPFA chapters in the country
  • Includes business professionals as well as student chapters at eight colleges and universities
  • Provides guidance and support to help propel careers and livelihood


ALPFA (Association of Latino Professionals For America) was the first national Latino professional association in the United States, established in Los Angeles in 1972. The Boston chapter is one of the largest in the United States, with more than 10,000 members and student chapters at eight colleges and universities.

Who’s it for?

For Latino business owners and students in Massachusetts.


To provide opportunities for leadership development, community engagement, and networking for Latino men and women in the Greater Boston area that will help propel their careers and livelihood.

Resources & Services

Coaching and Mentoring

ALPFA’s Boston chapter has established a seven-month coaching and mentoring program to match young professionals with a mentor who can share the necessary knowledge and skills needed to make an impact on their career. Every session includes personal and professional development workshops moderated by local experts in that area.

Membership Benefits

Students and professionals are invited to join ALPFA to take part in its workshops, fellowship and scholarship opportunities, Women of ALPFA Initiative, and other benefits.


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