Since 1981, we have led the effort into fostering academics, networking, and professional skills. 

Our Mission

The Hispanic Students Business Association at California State University Long Beach strives to provide our members with networking and internships opportunities. We are here as a resource to help our members be prepared for the corporate world and become the leaders tomorrow. The HSBA familia serves as a support system in every possible way.


Keep looking forward because that is where you’ll find opportunity.
— Karina Garcia

What We've Achieved

  • Association Students Inc. "Organization of the Year, 2015" 
  • Raised over $9,000 in scholarships for our members for the academic year of 2016-2017
  • Corporate Connections: A networking event with over 30 professionals from different companies 
  • Community Service: Para Los Niños, Compton Initiative, Beach Clean ups, Border Angels, and more 
  Presidential Message    On behalf of the Hispanic Students Business Association and myself, I extend a warm welcome to all new and returning students at California State University, Long Beach. I wish you all academic success this spring semester.  As president of HSBA I also extend an open personal invitation to all majors to join this progressive and dynamic organization, and become involved with what can be a mutually rewarding experience from which you and HSBA can both benefit from.  HSBA is “paving the way to success” in all its endeavors. Since its conception and founding in early 1981, HSBA has grown from a handful of dedicated members to now over 70 members. At the close of the 1981-82 academic year, HSBA distinguished itself from all other business organizations by being awarded the “Most Improved Organization Award” by the Associated Business Student Organizations Council (ABSOC); a tremendous accomplishment for a first-year association.  Of course, the accomplishments of this organization are more than just mentioned above; but these serve as an example of what is being accomplished and performed by the dedicated work not only of the executive committee, but by the membership itself.  I consider myself fortunate to be associated with this group of fine individuals and hope that all of you will have the opportunity to get involved in this organization.  In behalf of the H.S.B.A and myself, I thank you and look forward to seeing you soon.  Sincerely,  Jose de Jesus Caro Diaz  HSBA President 1982-83

Presidential Message

On behalf of the Hispanic Students Business Association and myself, I extend a warm welcome to all new and returning students at California State University, Long Beach. I wish you all academic success this spring semester.

As president of HSBA I also extend an open personal invitation to all majors to join this progressive and dynamic organization, and become involved with what can be a mutually rewarding experience from which you and HSBA can both benefit from.

HSBA is “paving the way to success” in all its endeavors. Since its conception and founding in early 1981, HSBA has grown from a handful of dedicated members to now over 70 members. At the close of the 1981-82 academic year, HSBA distinguished itself from all other business organizations by being awarded the “Most Improved Organization Award” by the Associated Business Student Organizations Council (ABSOC); a tremendous accomplishment for a first-year association.

Of course, the accomplishments of this organization are more than just mentioned above; but these serve as an example of what is being accomplished and performed by the dedicated work not only of the executive committee, but by the membership itself.

I consider myself fortunate to be associated with this group of fine individuals and hope that all of you will have the opportunity to get involved in this organization.

In behalf of the H.S.B.A and myself, I thank you and look forward to seeing you soon.

Sincerely,

Jose de Jesus Caro Diaz

HSBA President 1982-83