Established by a handful of individuals in 1972, ALPFA has since become the largest professional organization dedicated to the advancement of aspiring minority professionals. Recently, membership surpassed 72,000 (professional and student) members nationwide. To find out about ALPFA on a national level, please visit our national website at:
The Texas A&M University Chapter
Established in 2008, ALPFA at Texas A&M is now moving into its 10th year on campus and continues to provide leadership avenues and opportunities for personal, professional, and social growth.
ALPFA at TAMU provides a national network of diverse professionals to enhance professional development while cultivating strong academics and a genuine respect for community service. Membership is open to anyone who shares our values, mission, and principles.
OUR MEMBERS HAVE WORKED FOR
2017 KPMG/ALPFA Case Competition, Finalist (Nationally)
2014 ALPFA National Latina of the Year- Estefani Ruiz
2013 ALPFA National Student Chapter of the Year, Central Region
2013 Daniel Zamora, ALPFA National Student of the Year - Alex Almendarez
2013 ALPFA National Membership Challenge Winners, Leading Segment
1st place - Business Student Council Recycling Competition
2nd place nationally, KPMG Case Study Competition - ALPFA Convention 2011, Anaheim, California.
Most Creative - Maysfest Fall 2010 & Spring 2011
2nd place, 2008 NHBA Video Competition
Honorable Mention, 2008 NHBA Spirit Competition
“Texas A&M Organization of the Year 2007-2008” awarded by the Hispanic President’s Council
2nd place, NHBA Spirit Competition
3rd place, NHBA Spirit Competition