Hispanic Employment Program
- League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) - The Mission of the League of United Latin American Citizens is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States. Offers the Federal Training Institute at Annual Conference.
- League of United Latin American Citizens - Columbus Council - Local council
- Latino Empowerment Outreach Network (L.E.O.N.) - A network and collaboration of individuals, organizations and agencies dedicated to building a healthy Latino Community in Central Ohio.
- National Image Inc. - IMAGE was originally founded in 1972 to address the needs of Hispanic employees in the federal government. Later, however, the membership saw a need to expand their activities to serve the needs of Hispanics outside the federal government. The new organization, National Image, expanded its activities to increase its impact on employment, education and civil rights. Annual Training Conference.
- Ohio Hispanic Coalition
- Latino Festival - Produced by CAPA, the festival offers a variety of local and national Latin-American music acts including a Saturday night headliner.
- Experience Columbus
- Empleos & Employment Inc. - Employment Agency , job fairs, annual conference and more.
- Hispanic Chamber of Columbus
- Latin Ladies Organization - Local organization whose mission is to honor and preserve Hispanic Culture and to empower present and future Hispanic Generations. Offers scholarships.
- LatinaStyle National Magazine - Annual Latina Symposium. Breakfast, a series of workshops and Luncheon featuring the Distinguished Military Service Awards recognizing leadership, accomplishment, and commitment. This is followed by an afternoon of networking activities.
- National Council of Hispanic Employment Program Managers (NCHEPM) with membership form 40 federal Agencies in the DC metro area, provides an educational forum to ensure the successful implementation of programs and policies by Federal Departments, Agencies and HEPMs for the improvement of recruitment, employment, education, career advancement, and retention of Hispanic Americans in the Federal Government.