Expertly-designed webinars accessible from anywhere. At no cost to our members. You in? We thought so.


Sharpen your professional edge

Identify that special something—that X-factor—and learn to use it to excel as a student, a professional, and leader. This series of carefully curated webinars focuses on early career readiness and professional development.

After each session, participants will:

  • Gain a competitive edge in the workforce
  • Increase skills for transitioning into the corporate world
  • Become a more qualified candidate for industry partners
  • Strengthen their professional presence in person and online
  • Be well-prepared for interviews during the National Convention

These hour-long webinars are offered monthly and at no cost. Mark your calendar now for 8 pm ET/5pm PT on the last Wednesday of every month (Well, almost every month. Be sure to check the schedule)!

For past webinars, view our latinXfactor youtube channel.

Past Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

latinXfactor™: Break into Tech With Experian

If you're trying to break into tech, learning certain new skills will help prepare you. Hear from a global tech company and a market leader in data and analytics about how to boost your marketability by pursuing specific skills in demand for today and the future.

Presented by: Michael Flores, Director of Human Resources for Experian Health, is entrusted with cultivating company culture and retention of employees. He oversees the planning, design, development and evaluation of human resource-related initiatives that support organizational strategic goals. Michael received his Master of Business Administration from Arizona State University and his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from California State University, Chico.

Wednesday, June 24th | 8 PM - 9 PM EDT

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latinXfactor™: Essential Skills in the Age of Disruption

Our society has seen more social and technological transformations in the past few months than over the past decades combined. Things are changing so fast that we barely have time to steady ourselves after one technological wave, before another comes along...