Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) degrees are a key focus for many communities to address workforce needs. Yet less than 10 percent of STEM degrees and certificates awarded annually are to Latinos. To increase Latino representation in STEM jobs, colleges need to recruit, retain, and graduate more Latino STEM students.

Latinos are a young and fast growing population in education, but there are also opportunities to address the educational attainment of adults. Two-thirds of Latino adults have earned a high school diploma or less. This factsheet provides a snapshot of Latino adults in higher education.

This report identifies colleges and universities graduating Latinos in STEM, pathway strategies to increase access and interest in STEM, selected evidence-based practices to increase Latino student success in these disciplines, a snapshot of Latinas in STEM, and Latino representation in the STEM workforce. The representation of institutions...

This report identifies colleges and universities graduating Latinos in healthcare fields, selected evidence-based practices to increase Latino student success in these disciplines, and Latino representation in the healthcare workforce. The representation of institutions meeting the basic federal definition of an HSI is also summarized.

Recognizing education as the primary means to strengthen human capital, this fact sheet provides a snapshot of Latino representation in the workforce, employment status and earnings.

The third brief in the Finding Your Workforce series, this report reveals colleges and universities graduating Latinos in health care fields and selected evidence-based practices to increase Latino student success in these disciplines. Institutions meeting the basic federal definition of an HSI were also identified.

The second brief in the Finding Your Workforce series, this report reveals colleges and universities graduating Latinos in science, technology, engineering and math fields and selected evidence-based practices to increase Latino student success in these disciplines. The top 25 institutions at each academic level conferring...

The first brief in the Finding Your Workforce series, this report provides a summary of Latinos’ college completion for 2009-10, along with a list of the top 25 institutions at each academic level graduating Latinos from certificates to doctoral degrees. Institutions meeting the basic federal definition of an HSI were also identified...

This report presents promising employer/community college partnerships that expand access to higher education and benefit low-skilled, immigrant Hispanic adults.

To be competitive, California's economy, like the rest of the U.S., requires a greater number of well-educated workers than currently exists. Many activities are underway to improve educational preparation and opportunity for Californians.