NC Society of Hispanic Professionals



The mission of the North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals is to promote the education of Hispanic students at all scholastic levels.

The NCSHP has made a major commitment to build its infrastructure to meet the demands of our growing Hispanic community with respect to its dedicated mission.

How to Become a Member:

NCSHP welcomes ALL people: Hispanic, non-Hispanic, professional, and non-professional.

Interested people can become members online at

Annual membership dues start at $45. Donations are accepted in any denomination and those greater thn $45 include your annual membership dues.


Brienne Pasick, Director

North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals

8450 Chapel Hill Road, Suite 209
Cary, NC 27513
(919) 467-8424

Volunteer Opportunities:

Volunteer opportunities include (see website for more details):

Annual Hispanic Educational Summit
As the largest educational conference in NC for middle and high school Hispanic students, NCSHP seeks volunteers annually in the following capacities:

  • Serve on the Planning Committee
  • Deliver a Presentation
  • Facilitate Workshops
  • Stuff bags for Students
  • Greet
  • Register

Annual Hispanic Achievement Conference/ Student Achievement Workshops
NCSHP seeks volunteers to implement and track data related to these workshops.

Mentoring – Grades 5 through 12
We are seeking Hispanic professionals to mentor Hispanic students in grades 5-12. Once you have committed, a student will be selected for you to mentor based on compatibility. An 8 to 10 hour per month commitment is required.

NCSHP is looking for volunteers to participate as tutors to Hispanic/Latino students in middle and high school during the school year. Tutors in this program will offer tutoring on a one-to-one basis to help their Hispanic students in their school subjects, as well as provide guidance and support in general.  We are specifically seeking tutors for our ¡Gradúate! Program.

Scholarship Program
Volunteers in this program will seek information about scholarships available for Hispanic students to attend a community college and/or university. The information will be made accessible to the students through our website as well as in printed material. Also, volunteers will provide help and guidance to students applying for scholarships.

Inspirational Speakers Group
We are seeking motivated Hispanic professionals to visit local schools and deliver presentations related to varying topics from “My Life” to “How to Stay in School”. Members should have experience working with children or with presenting to large groups.

Information Technology
We are seeking volunteers to help with our website, IT support, and social media.

Newsletter / Editorial Committee
We are seeking a group of people to help put our quarterly/semiannual newsletter together. This group will require several meetings related to design of newsletter. Topics will be provided.

Focus Groups
We are seeking volunteers to serve on focus groups to develop innovative ways to help Hispanic students.

We are seeking individuals who are committed to student’s rights to a higher education for visits to the General Assembly, organization of petitions and more.

Fundraising Committee
We are seeking a group of people to help with grant writing and fundraising. This group will meet when necessary.


Monetary and in-kind donations are accepted to support the organization's educational programs and initiatives. See website for details.