Student Chapters

Student chapters function autonomously as a school organization. They hold chapter meetings and plan events and workshops that meet the needs of their specific campus and membership. Any Latinx student organization is welcome to engage with HPGM  and attend events at no cost. 


We expose students to professionals all over Milwaukee at our networking events, where they can practice their soft skills and build connections with professionals. Students can also seek out personalized guidance through our Mentor Mindset Series.




Students learn tips, tricks, and tools of the trade through our student-focused workshops and small-group events with our corporate partners. Not only do these events offer students insider advice not often available in the classroom, but they also expose our student members to the real-life work environments of Milwaukee's top companies. HPGM also collaborates with higher education partners to offer resume workshops, scholarship application prep and other skills to prepare students for internships and job opportunities. 

Internship Opportunities

Featured internships and corporate member internship opportunities

Student Events

Recruitment fairs, special lunches, and discussions with business and community leaders


Student financial aid for undergraduate and advanced degrees

The student is the future professional

In order to build and maintain a robust community of Hispanic professionals in the Milwaukee area, HPGM works to provide resources to guide college students toward graduation and a career path.

HPGM student chapters provide tools and opportunities to help Hispanic college students secure professional skills, connections, jobs, and internships. By focusing on development in Financial Literacy, Soft Skills, Jobs & Internship application, and Mentorship & Networking, students can find pathways to success in college—and beyond—that are often unavailable in classrooms.