2015 Lo Mejor de Lo Mejor Awards Dinner

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Recognizing companies making strides in providing excellent customer service to Latinos in South-Central Pennsylvania.

Honorary Chair: Pedro Rivera, Secretary of Education, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Keynote Speaker: Pedro Cortes, Secretary of State, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania


  • Reception sponsored by Radisson Penn Harris
  • Radisson Penn Harris Convention Center,1150 Camp Hill Bypass,Camp Hill, PA 17011
  • September 22 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
  • Cost: $65 per person; $650 table of ten
  • Featuring live entertainment, silent auction & more


Email:info@thelatinoconnection.net or Phone:717-963-7218 the Latino Connection!

Limited Seating, Purchase your tickets today!

Thank you, Sponsors!


HCCCP Business Administration Internship

POSITION: Business Administration Intern
TIME COMMITMENT: Minimum 15 hours per week, 4 month commitment preferred.
SALARY: Unpaid; College credits may be arranged; Complimentary HCCCP membership. Work experience at an established non-profit organization.


Hispanic Chamber of Commerce seeks a motivated student or recent graduate
to participate in the organization’s day–to-day operations that include general office
administration, accounting, and involvement in some long-range strategic planning. This internship is an opportunity for an accounting / business major student to learn from a seasoned team of professionals. The intern will also have exposure to all areas of the organization such as digital media, distribution, marketing, and other professional programs and events. This position is best suited for someone who has a strong interest in non-profit & business administration.


  • Conduct a variety of general administrative tasks as assigned
  • Assist with processing mail, bookkeeping, data entry and office supplies requests
  • Assist with archiving, storage management, and in-house event planning
  • Work with the Business & Communications Consultant to develop and implement an internship project
  • Help improve administration procedures
  • Train and orient new interns in general office procedures
  • Greet guests and the general public; answer and route phone calls



Internships at HCCCP offer excellent opportunities to work in an exciting Hispanic – American Chamber of Commerce with exposure to local, regional and statewide corporations and businesses. At the end of the internship, the intern will gain and/or improve skills in the following areas: accounting (i.e. Quickbooks), office administration, project management, and strategic thinking.


  • MAC OS, PC, and Microsoft Office proficiency
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and research skills
  • Detail-oriented and team player
  • Desire to learn about non-profit and business administration
  • Knowledge/interest in Hispanic-American Business Community
  • Accounting or Business Administration students encouraged to apply

Please send resume and cover letter by mail or email (in pdf form) to:

The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Central PA
112 Market Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101


The mission of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Central Pennsylvania is to assist, support, promote, and advocate on behalf of Hispanic businesses in the Central Pennsylvania area (Dauphin, Cumberland, Lancaster, York, and Perry Counties). HCCCP seeks to encourage the growth and development of businesses owned and operated by entrepreneurs of Hispanic descent and to help these businesses to achieve their goals.



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Download the flyer for more information on the Harrisburg Comprehensive Plan public engagement sessions dates and places.

12th Summer Camp 2015

12th Summer Camp 2015


Teaching children how to speak, read and write Spanish by providing an introduction to Hispanic culture, traditions and language. The goal of the program is for children to learn the basics of Spanish language and practice it as well as the differences in the Latino culture. The children will learn popular folklore songs and tales.

The classes will be divided by ages: first group are children from 6 to 9 years old; second group from 10 to 12 years old. Separate advanced classes.

  • Grammar and common expressions
  • Greeting and commands
  • Days of the week, months, seasons
  • Body part, colors, animals, fruits, and the family
  • Food, songs, games, and Latino traditions
  • Conversation & advanced classes

Camp runs July 1st to July 24th (Monday through Friday)
Registration is May 5th to June 30th, and spaces are limited.
Download the flyer for registration and information.

Register Now For The HCCCP: Relaunch!

Register Now For The HCCCP: Relaunch!

You are cordially invited to join the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Central Pa for our kickoff relaunch celebration!

We are so excited to be back and to help in providing business services to our Hispanic American businesses and corporations! Join us on December 18th from 5pm to 8pm at Level 2 above Cafe Fresco at 215 N. 2nd St. Harrisburg, PA 17101. Our keynote speaker will be Dauphin County Commissioner George Hartwick.

If you have any questions call George Fernandez at 717.805.8790 or email info@hispanicchambercentralpa.com. Registration begins on December 1st.

Register online now by clicking here:


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Ground breaking ceremonies. Ribbon cutting ceremonies. Grand opening celebrations. Opportunity to place job openings on website at no cost.

Become A Member

The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Central Pennsylvania offers you and your business a variety of benefits and opportunities that make your decision to join the Chamber an easy one! Please see the information to the right of the page for an overview of these benefits and services or click the link below to become a member.


Member to member discounts. Group Insurance discount programs. Sponsorship opportunities. Office referral and business leads. Educational business seminar opportunities. Access to educational material, research studies, and area demographics.


Invitation to monthly Business After Hours event. Opportunity to meet key business/community leaders and gov’t officials. Advocacy of business issues at Local and State level.