Career Opportunities


The Indiana Latino Institute (ILI) is the oldest statewide organization of its kind, dedicated to serving Latino Hoosiers through culturally responsive programming and advocacy in three priority areas: education, health, and leadership. The key to ILI’s success is its dedicated and mission-driven team. ILI’s Education Program is expanding, and the organization is looking to add passionate and motivated self-starters to join the department.

ILI offers a competitive salary and benefits packages including medical, dental, and vision, 20 days of PTO, and mileage reimbursement.

If you are interested in joining ILI in its mission to improve health and advance education for the Indiana Latino community through statewide advocacy, research, and culturally responsive programs, please submit your cover letter and resume to Marlene Dotson at or call 317-472-1055 if you have any questions.


College Program Specialist, Pathways to Careers Initiative


Pathways to Careers Initiative – Recognizing socio-economic disparities between the Latino and other communities in Marion County, ILI and its three partner postsecondary institutions are launching a five-year initiative— Pathways to Careers Initiative—that will reduce poverty by significantly increasing postsecondary education attainment and strengthening career pathways and placement in good jobs for Latino students. Reporting to ILI’s President & CEO and the College Program Manager, and collaboratively working with other ILI staff members and external partners, the College Specialist will support the efforts in meeting the deliverables set out in the Pathways to Careers Initiative.

At the initiative’s end, the enhanced pathway to good jobs will show more than a 15 percentage point increase in Latino high school graduates enrolling in college; more than 5,000 Marion County Latino high school students to have received college admissions and financial aid information; 1,750 parents will be engaged, 48 total students would be trained and serve as peer leaders at the three institutions; 3-5 thriving chapters of Latino professional associations with upwards of 2,500 Latino college-students engaged, scores of professional mentors connected; framework and lessons learned from the initiative will be published, and the expertise gained by ILI will help strengthen student experiences and career preparation at other Indiana institutions.


College Program Specialist, Pathways to Careers Initiative Job Description