The Latino Business Student Association is one the
largest and most active pre-professional business
organizations in California. It was founded in the fall
of 1978 with the following pillars in mind: to
develop the young men and women into the leaders of
tomorrow through professional exposure, community
involvement, and social interaction.
We are a FAMILY working towards the
advancement of our peers and community through a
shared commitment to higher education and a dedication
of fulfilling the pillars we are built upon.
The Three Pillars of
One of LBSA's goals is to
prepare students for the corporate world. In doing so, at our
weekly meetings we invite speakers to come and share with us
their experiences that have lead them to become successful in
their careers. In addition, LBSA provides its members with the
opportunity to improve their professionalism and to network
through a series of events such as resume workshops, our
semi-annual Corporate Luncheon, and a variety of mixers with
companies from various industries.
As members of LBSA, we are dedicated to our community by
acting as role models to younger generations. Every semester
we have several youth conferences that bring local high school
students on campus with the purpose of exposing them to the
college lifestyle as well as encouraging them to continue in
their education. On top of this we also have a variety of
other events such as our the annual "Para los Niños" event, a
day where we bring Christmas to families who might not
otherwise have one.
In addition to professional
networking and community involvement, LBSA has proven to be a
strong and unified organization socially. We believe that
social gatherings bring our members closer together, which
enhances not only LBSA's unit, but our member's college
experience as well. In joining LBSA, you will make one of the
best investments in your college career. You will acquire
various skills, which will develop you into a well-rounded
individual. You will also have the opportunity to become a
leader by joining the executive board and will make friends
that will last a lifetime in the process.
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