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ORGANIZATION: United4Change Center for International Development

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United4Change Center (U4C) is excited to offer a volunteer opportunity for Spanish-speaking professionals with expertise in entrepreneurship, marketing, or finance to mentor Hispanic entrepreneurs in Houston. This mentorship program, sponsored by Impact Hub Houston and led by U4C, focuses on graduates from last year's U4C Empowerment & Entrepreneurship Program for Spanish-speaking Women Entrepreneurs.

We are looking to expand our team by recruiting Houston-based Spanish-fluent mentors. Your involvement will be critical in guiding Hispanic entrepreneurs through our Summer 2024 mentorship program, which aims to accelerate their success. If you're based in Houston, fluent in Spanish, and passionate about supporting the growth of Hispanic entrepreneurs, we invite you to apply.

Program Details:

Duration: 3 months (June to August 2024) Format: Hybrid (3 in-person meetings and additional Zoom sessions) - Times TBD


Mentors: Guide five entrepreneurs, 10 hours/week (total). Co-Mentors: Guide five entrepreneurs (Marketing or Finance specialists), 5 hours/week (total).

Starting May 15, 2024, a minimum of one hour/week will be dedicated to preparation, coordination, and reporting through August.

Interested? Click the link below to apply and join our mentorship team!

https://rppi.typeform.com/to/ C59MCl0u

For more details, don't hesitate to get in touch with us at info@united4changecenter. org

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About United4Change Center for International Development


2480 Times Blvd., 204-B, Houston, TX 77005, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to create lasting community-level solutions in isolated communities by facilitating collaboration and cross-sector partnerships.


In 2009, the founders of U4C committed to President Bill Clinton and the Clinton Global Initiative University to address a specific global challenge through the implementation of innovative solutions designed to produce tangible results. The commitment involved the founders’ own homeland of Bolivia. This successful initiative concerned the mining communities of Bolivia, providing hundreds of women and families in mining towns access to literacy, education, healthcare and training for economic diversification. This initiative was one of the 13 commitments recognized by former President Bill Clinton at the Second Clinton Global Initiative University (CGIU) Meeting at The University of Texas in Austin, Texas. Additionally, U4C’s directors were invited to be part of the CGIU Press Conference and received the CGIU’s Outstanding Commitment Award, with a grant supported by the Pat Tillman Foundation. In 2014, Ximena Murillo was invited to the CGI 2014 Annual Meeting in New York City and The Clinton Foundation Future of the Americas Summit in Miami as an example of CGI University commitment and leadership.

U4C was born in order to execute this commitment and provide other social innovators the opportunity to implement a project or campaign in local communities-with access to a global community of people and entities who can contribute knowledge, ideas, experience and financial resources.


Education & Literacy
Community, Education & Literacy, Women


Mon Jun 03, 2024 - Fri Aug 30, 2024


1801 Main StreetHouston, TX 77002



  • Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
  • Marketing Strategy & Planning
  • Strategic Planning
  • Business Planning
  • Program Management
  • Professional Development




  • Must be at least 18

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