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The Federal Hispanic Career Advancement Summit is the premier event in Washington, DC., to meet and network with rising stars in the federal government. It is also an opportunity for attendees to participate in one of our many career development workshops and build critical skills to advance in your federal career. Our speakers have made a mark in their fields and bring an enormous amount of experience to the table. Lastly, representatives from virtually every federal agency will be present to talk with you about exciting opportunities.

During our event, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to meet many others, just like yourself, who are already in federal position and looking to extend their network. You’ll also make connections with individuals who are excited to learn how to excel at their careers and build the necessary experience for high level positions in government.

The Summit environment is one of learning, networking, and participation unlike any other in the federal government. We invite you to come join us!

Click Summit Information for more including agenda, topics, and speakers. Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis, so please remember to visit our registration page soon or join us on Facebook!

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The Federal Hispanic Career Advancement Summit is the premier event in Washington, DC for rising stars to meet and network with senior executives in the federal government. Join leading experts, who have made a mark in their fields and bring many years of experience, in acquiring critical tools to advance in your federal career.

Listed below are answers to frequently asked questions posed by Summit participants.

Who attends the Federal Hispanic Career Advancement Summit?
The Summit annually convenes more than 800 federal employees (not contractors) from virtually every federal agency.

What should I wear?
The Summit does not have a dress code. However, most Summit participants tend to dress in business attire.

Is the Summit sanctioned as federal training?
Yes, the Summit has been sanctioned by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) as federal training, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. Chapter 41.

What is the registration fee?
There is no registration fee for the Summit. The Summit is free of charge to participants and exhibitors.

Do I have to register for this event?
Yes, all participants, including exhibitors, must register to attend this event. When registering, please make sure to use a valid e-mail address. We assume no responsibility if communications cannot be sent to you due to a faulty e-mail address.

Do I have to obtain my supervisor’s approval to attend this event?
Yes, like any other federal training, you must obtain permission from your supervisor to attend this event.

Do I have to provide my supervisor’s approval?
Yes, you must provide your supervisor’s approval as an attachment to your registration form.

Do participants make their own travel arrangements?
Yes, all participants must make their own travel and lodging arrangements.

What do I need to do if I want to cancel my registration?
If you registered through your agency, as soon as you know that you will not be able to take part in the Summit, please inform the point of contact in your agency. If you registered through the Summit’s website, please cancel your registration through the website.

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