Thank you for
your support

Letter to our Sponsors and Partners

Dear Corporate Partner,

Thank you for your sustained support of the mission and goals of the Hispanic Business Students Association (HBSA). Your investment last year provided HBSA with the resources to offer numerous community, academic, leadership and networking activities. Last year was indeed a banner year, we celebrated our 41st anniversary. This year, we will continue with our stellar programs, providing our membership an opportunity to learn and grow. Without your financial support, our association would not be recognized as one of the more progressive and productive ASU student organizations.

Since the inception of the organization in 1974, we have been focused on improving the undergraduate experience of Latino students at ASU and providing opportunities to develop professional and leadership skills by participating in the various events the Hispanic Business Students Association plans and executes throughout the academic year.

The young yet professional spirit of the executive board is leading to powerful new ideas, creating an environment of innovation and success. An emphasis on extensive analysis, both quantitative and qualitative and the encouragement of more and improved events is quickly becoming the center point in executive board decision making.

Through long-term relationships that we have developed with several community partners, we have redefined the meaning of community service for a student organization. We have gone a step further down the mentor-ship path and formalized the mentorship partnership with the Be A Leader Foundation, led by former HBSA President and Community Advisor Gary L. Trujillo and his wife Melissa, as to include proper mentor training and backgrounds checks.

We are looking to our corporate partners to help us provide another year of lasting impressions to the ASU Latino student body and the community. We look forward to your continued partnership and hope that you are as excited as us about the upcoming semester.


Hispanic Business Students Association