The Computing Alliance of Hispanic-Serving Institutions (CAHSI) operates as a network of students, faculty, administrators, and other professionals across the U.S. and Puerto Rico committed to increasing Hispanic representation in computing in higher education and the workforce. With nine federally designated Hispanic-Serving Institutions, Maricopa Community Colleges is a committed partner to increasing opportunities for Hispanic students interested in and passionate about computing.
CAHSI supports student success by promoting:
- Mentorships, scholarships, internships, and fellowships
- Technical and professional development workshops
- Academic and professional networks
Access to the annual Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Conference (HENAAC) and activities
For more information, please visit the MCCCD CAHSI landing page.
Announcements for our CAHSI Partners
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Director of the Maricopa Information Technology Institute - East Valley (MITI-EV)
Maricopa Information Technology Institute - East Valley (MITI-EV) Student Support Specialist