Did you know the Department of the Army employs more than 260,000 civilians in more than 500 career fields? Whatever you’re passionate about, Army Civilian Careers can help you turn that potential into a meaningful career with lifelong benefits.
Bring your skills where they can make a real difference each day through meaningful and challenging work. With a civilian job in the military, you get to work alongside the nation’s Soldiers, bringing a level of expertise and skill that keeps the Army ready for anything. While you may not work in uniform, your contributions as part of the U.S. Army Civilian Corps are just as vital as those who do. As an Army civilian, the talent and experience you add to the team improves the readiness of our force.
Visit us at booth #601 at the 2023 LULAC National Convention and Exposition on August 5, 2023 to learn more about Army Civilian Careers, interview for open positions, and potentially receive a tentative job offer on the spot.
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The LULAC Convention is an exciting, history-making convention, because it convenes the national delegates of LULAC to discuss issues, set policies, and elect the organization’s national leaders. For this reason, the LULAC Convention is covered by national and local media. It is the only convention in which participants representing Hispanic communities from across the country determine the positions and strategies of a national Latino organization.
Reach out to Hispanic America: The LULAC Convention is attended by major corporations who recognize the importance of reaching out to national Latino leaders and influential community members directly. There are opportunities to sponsor workshops and events, display products and recruit Hispanic professionals in the convention exhibit hall. In addition, all proceeds support LULAC’s mission, which is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States.