The Henry L. Hank Lacayo Institute for Workforce & Community Studies (HLI) serves as a resource to students and the community, particularly for those interested in the study of community and workforce issues. The HLI’s program development includes a strong focus on internship programs and undergraduate research fellowships. The Institute works in partnership with internaland external organizations and programs to promote outreach and education to minority students, veterans, seniors, labor sector, and civic leadership.

The HLI is named for workforce and community leader Henry L “Hank” Lacayo, who has served as an advisor to United States presidents and governors and is held in high esteem throughout the nation and abroad. The HLI is an independent non-profit, non-partisan business development and public policy organization. Read Mr. Lacayo's full biography…

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