Latino Migration Project alumni are blazing trails in their chosen career paths…
& they’ve got our attention.
That’s why we’ve renamed this “Alumni Portal” to reflect what our ACCOMPLISHED, DIVERSE, and MOTIVATED students really are:
Through LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT, EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING, and ENGAGED SERVICE, LMP Professionals have had an incredible impact through our programs, and continue to make their mark in their careers.
Network with your PROFESSIONAL peers, find your dream job, share your experiences, and consider giving back to the next generation of leaders.
MEET featured Guanajuato alumni now.
Additional: Meet featured Latin American Studies Alumni here.
Guanajuato alumni are doing great things. Michelle Carreño has traveled alone throughout South America.
Our Alumni are doing amazing things, from medicine, to law, to education – LMP alumni represent the best and brightest across their fields of study. See below for a summary of where our alumni have gone.
We at the Latino Migration Project are here to continue foster growth and connectivity among our alumni base. Share your story, join our alumni-only directory, or join our LinkedIn group to connect with other alumni, view job opportunities, or share news.
Since 2007, 70% of graduated alumni have gone on to pursue careers in fields that directly work with immigrants. These students are very competitive in a state and region with great need for a bilingual workforce with these skills: in fact 97% of our alumni find jobs or enter graduate school within one year of graduating.
Where Are Our Alumni Now?
LMP alumni are working across the state, the nation, and the world, and can be found in career fields from advocacy to public health.
Click on the categories below to see the companies and organizations where LMP alumni are marking their mark. Email us for a connection!
Network with other alumni, see job postings, and share updates on the LMP Alumni LinkedIn Group!
Join the Latino Migration Project Email List and receive our weekly newsletters!
As a member of the LMP alumni community, you have the opportunity to pay forward for the next class of students to experience programs like Project Guanajuato, global coursework, and leadership development. Consider a gift to the Latino Migration Project, which will go to directly support student scholarships for our programming.