SACRAMENTO — For the first time in six years, Californians who work minimum wage jobs will see an increase in their paychecks. Effective July 1, the minimum wage will go from $8 an hour to $9 an hour. It will then increase to $10 an hour onJan. 1, 2016.
SACRAMENTO — When people say a Latina can’t have it all, Alice Dominici Pérez states the contrary. “A Latina can have it all. It’s just all about timing,” said Pérez, who has served as president/CEO of the Sacramento Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce the last two years.
Sacramento, Calif. – Tee off the week with the Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 21st Jalapeño Golf Classic on Monday, August 5, 2013 at Morgan Creek Golf Course. A portion of the proceeds will fund the Mayor Joe Serna Jr. Scholarship fund that has recently awarded $30, 000 in scholarships to Latino youth in the community.
SACRAMENTO – The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SHCC) announces the appointment of six new board members that are part of a long term strategy to become the regions leading resource for small businesses, nonprofit and corporate entities.
News 10: Sacramento Dancing With The Stars Brings Latin Flair – February 1st, 2013
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will present the Latin Dancing with the Stars event at their annual business awards gala. Click To Watch Video
Sac Co: Hispanic Chamber of Commerce – January 17, 2013
The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce celebrates their 41st Annual Business Awards Gala with Latin Dancing with the Stars featuring local celebrities. The gala awards the business community with a night of recognition and entertainment.
In hopes to raise money for the business programs and scholarships, there will be a live auction by David Sobon Auctions. Click Here To Watch Video.
Latinos, who make up 10 percent of the American electorate, played a key role in President Barack Obama’s re-election. He received 71 percent of the Hispanic vote. Now Obama is focusing on comprehensive immigration reform to address the status of the nation’s more than 11 million undocumented immigrants, a quarter of them in California.