Fighting for Your Future

The FSHCC actively promotes the economic growth and development of Hispanic entrepreneurs and represents the interests of over 604,000 Hispanic-owned businesses across the state that together contribute in excess of $90 billion to Florida’s economy each year.

Our legislative, executive, and judicial advocacy is driven directly by our trustee and partner level members for the benefit of all Hispanic businesses.

To help with our agenda or get involved with out advocacy, click the button below to join today!

The motivation letter for a spontaneous application must be drawn up from the information captured on the institutional recruitment communication, the economic press and the career websites where the “employer brand” even aims to generate applications. Develop your argument on the characteristics of the company’s culture and detect the profiles it wishes to recruit. Even job offers or proposition to pay someone to do your assignment fast that are irrelevant to your search contain valuable information. The more coherent your proposals are and linked to the projects and the culture of the company, the more interest you will generate. Do not make a standard circular centered on yourself and your journey. The motivation letter for a job offer can be assimilated to a response to the job offer which constitutes the recruiter’s specifications. You will have to argue your application point by point: training, experience, personality on the three types of information present in these advertisements: the company, the position, and the profile sought. Have an objective but also an intuitive reading of the required criteria (team spirit, negotiating skills, rigor): some criteria are absolutely essential and non-negotiable others undoubtedly less essential and some of your strong points can compensate for weaknesses.

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“FSHCC is a leading pro-business group in Florida advocating on behalf of their membership at the state and federal level. They work alongside 150 local minority chambers and with more than 300,000 small businesses with millions of employees to ensure the voice of the small business community is protected.”
Cory Tilley
Cory TilleyPresident, Core Message