The mission of the National Latino Research Center (NLRC) at California State University San Marcos is to promote scientific and applied research, training, and the exchange of information that contribute to the knowledge and understanding of rapidly growing U.S. Latino populations.

Application deadline May 20, 2019

Required training: May 25, 2019  10am-2pm SBSB 4117

For more information please email:

  • Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 12:00 PM · 3 rsvps
    CSUSM Room SBSB 4117

    Fall 2019 Internship


    The NLRC Offers Internship Opportunities for CSUSM Students

    The National Latino Research Center (NLRC) offers INTERNSHIP and volunteer opportunities for students to gain hands-on research training, work experience, exposure to community networks, and cultural/linguistic skills.

    Our areas of study include education, youth empowerment, civic engagement, leadership development, disaster/emergency preparedness, immigration, and food access. 

    Additionally, this year we have a unique and once in a decade opportunity to engage students in Census 2020 outreach and education efforts. The NLRC is leading regional efforts in North County to reach, educate and motivate communities that are traditionally hard to count including immigrants, Limited English Proficient, farmworkers, and individuals with limited access to technology. We hope that many CSUSM students will be interested in being trained to conduct outreach and education and to serve as trusted community educators to provide information about the census. 


    Interested students can email us and attend an informational session to learn more about the various programs and initiatives featured during the Fall 2019 semester.


    Informational Session

    August 15, 2019
    SBSB 4117 at CSUSM


    Required Training Workshop

    August 24, 2019
    Centro Universidad Popular (1234 N. Santa Fe Ave. Vista, CA 92083, Suite 100)


    For more information, please email us at