National Image, Inc.
Serving the Hispanic Federal Workforce and Community for over 45 years!
National Image Inc is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Hispanic
advocacy and serving organization founded in 1971.
To promote Hispanic employment in the federal government through training, leadership development, Education and the advancement of Civil Rights for all. National Image, Inc. is an official member of the National Coalition for Equity in Public Service (NCEPS). NCEPS members include Blacks in Government (BIG), Federally Employed Women (FEW), National Image (Hispanics), Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC), Society of American Indian Government Employees (SAIGE), and FEDQ (LGBT).
National Image, Inc. accomplishes its mission through local chapters consisting of unpaid members located throughout the United States. National Image, Inc. partners with Corporate, Private, Federal, State, and Local governments to promote recruitment opportunities, provide career-enhancement training, develop leadership skills and serve as an advocate for Hispanics seeking government employment. An annual National Training Program (NTP) and Career Fair provide government employees and applicants with employment opportunities and career development training to assist them in achieving their career goals in keeping with the Federal Government’s Diversity and Inclusion goals.
Support for National Image Inc. is derived from members, private-sector corporations, small business, and federal and state government participation.
Our team is made up entirely of volunteers.
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National Image was officially founded in 1971. Our original name was National Incorporated Mexican-American Government Employees (IMAGE).
National Incorporated Mexican-American Government Employees (IMAGE) was created for the purpose of assisting Spanish-speaking Americans interested in government service and developing upward mobility for those in Civil Service jobs.
In the 1990s, the membership of National Incorporated Mexican-American Government Employees (IMAGE) voted to update the organization’s name to be more inclusive of all Spanish speaking people. The name was updated to National Image, Inc.