NLEI Celebrates 43 Years of Economic Development, Job Training for Chicagoans

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The National Latino Education Institute will celebrate its 43rd year of economic development and job training programming at a dinner gala and silent auction at the Hilton Chicago on June 2. NLEI was the lead in job advocacy for Latinos in the 60s and has evolved into a nationally accredited non-profit business education institute servicing the greater Chicagoland area.

Today, NLEI continues to offer quality market-driven education that has proven to result in real jobs offering career advancement and the chance for low-wealth individuals to achieve financial stability. NLEI graduates are today’s leaders in business, healthcare, media, public service and entrepreneurship. The June 2 event will mark the organization’s 43rd year of working to improve education and deliver high-caliber job training for Latino communities.

The annual event, emceed by Ron Magers of ABC-7 Chicago, will feature a silent auction with plenty of high-value items including theater and airline tickets, vacation packages, sports events and more. To purchase tickets for the National Latino Education Institute Gala, please visit

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