What we're about

The Hispanic Contractors Association, Incorporated is a grassroots referral group of Hispanic, Black, filipino, Indian, Women, and Minority Contractors formed to collectively address local business opportunities in the construction industry.

Its membership includes General Contractors, Electricians, Plumbers, Roofers, Framers, Painters, Carpet, Engineers, Floor and tile, Cement Contractors, and Heavy Equipment Operators, Etc.

We are concerned with the lack of Education, Training, Minority participation Cal-Trans participation and Government Contracts, and the lack of Hispanic participation in regards to the Billion of dollars spent in various construction trades in both the public and private sectors.

Upcoming events (5)

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The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

We gather to brainstorm, learn from one another by sharing experiences, and new business ideas. Members may walk away and caring new methods, and benefits that will help them to succeed in their business. At our meetings you will present, and share your creative business ideas with others in the group. Help others with business problems and may give and share business solutions. Each business individual is encouraged to present their business statement, business plan, or your business marketing plan. Weather, you are interested in starting your own business, need start-up financial ideas, financial solutions, or just share your success, please come to our next meeting.
We are here to help you, support and promote you with great and smart business ideas for your business success.
Join us, we look forward to seeing you at our next meeting.

Please bring your business cards, brouchures and flyers

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Rancho Cucamonga -Toastmasters International –Come and join us !
Frank Rosales , is President of the Rancho Cucamonga Pros Rancho Cucamonga Chapter, he started to help empower individuals to become more effective communicators and leaders in their community!
We provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth. Come and join us.

Master Rosales (Tae Kwon Do) is 3rd Degree Black belt, in 1993 he started a successful; martial arts dojo/studio business in Anaheim, California and trained many students for over 9 years , he taught children , adults in self-defense, develop esteem and self-worth, and continued teaching, coaching and as a mentor within the community. ( his daughter Kimberly became a Black belt at the age of 13 years). He later grow his business and begin coaching, building and mastering his skills, to continue teaching his students with teaching, techniques in self-confidence , self-esteem and begin to help build successful businesses as a consultant. He continues to teach, mentor and coach students as of today!

Frank Rosales, walked along with Paul Rodriguez, and Edward Olmos as several leaders helped carried the wood pine casket for over 5 miles in about 105 degree heat, from Delano, to his final location buriel, a mass services was held on Mar 26, 2013 • Cardinal Roger Mahony as Archbishop of Los Angeles presided at the funeral of Cesar Chavez in March 1993, in Delano, California in 1993. The United Farmworkers labor leader Cesar E. Chavez lies in a pine wood casket before his funeral in Delano, California, 1993.

East L.A., 1968: ‘Walkout!’ The day high school students helped ignite the Latino power movement
On Frank Rosales was involved as one of first significant Latino protestor in March 1968, of thousands of students walking out as Lincoln High School in East Los Angeles high school.
Walkout is a 2006 HBO film based on a true story of the 1968 East L.A. walkouts. It premiered March 18, 2006 on HBO. Starring Alexa Vega, Efren Ramirez and Michael Peña, the film was directed by Edward James Olmos. Moctezuma Esparza, one of the real-life students who was involved in the walkouts, was the film's executive producer. Orange County, released a press lease on the HBO film, and Frank Rosales was interview about, the true story , please go to the link below:
https://www.ocregister.com/2006/03/10/tv-a-lesson-in-civil-rights-revisited/

Bring your business cards, flyers, brochures and your note book!

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Rancho Cucamonga -Toastmasters International –Come and join us !
Frank Rosales , is President of the Rancho Cucamonga Pros Rancho Cucamonga Chapter, he started to help empower individuals to become more effective communicators and leaders in their community!
We provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth. Come and join us.

Master Rosales (Tae Kwon Do) is 3rd Degree Black belt, in 1993 he started a successful; martial arts dojo/studio business in Anaheim, California and trained many students for over a period of 9 years , he taught children , adults in self-defense, develop esteem and self-worth, and continued teaching, coaching and as a mentor within the community. ( his daughter Kimberly became a Black belt at the age of 13 years). He later grow his business and begin coaching, building and mastering his skills, to continue teaching his students with teaching, techniques in self-confidence , self-esteem and begin to help build successful businesses as a consultant. He continues to teach, mentor and coach students as of today!

Frank Rosales, walked along with Paul Rodriguez, and Edward Olmos as several leaders helped carried the wood pine casket for over 5 miles in about 105 degree heat, from Delano, to his final location buriel, a mass services was held on Mar 26, 2013 • Cardinal Roger Mahony as Archbishop of Los Angeles presided at the funeral of Cesar Chavez in March 1993, in Delano, California in 1993. The United Farmworkers labor leader Cesar E. Chavez lies in a pine wood casket before his funeral in Delano, California, 1993.

East L.A., 1968: ‘Walkout!’ The day high school students helped ignite the Latino power movement
On Frank Rosales was involved as one of first significant Latino protestor in March 1968, of thousands of students walking out as Lincoln High School in East Los Angeles high school.

Walkout is a 2006 HBO film based on a true story of the 1968 East L.A. walkouts. It premiered March 18, 2006 on HBO. Starring Alexa Vega, Efren Ramirez and Michael Peña, the film was directed by Edward James Olmos. Moctezuma Esparza, one of the real-life students who was involved in the walkouts, was the film's executive producer. Orange County, released a press lease on the HBO film, and Frank Rosales was interview about, the true story , please go to the link below:
https://www.ocregister.com/2006/03/10/tv-a-lesson-in-civil-rights-revisited/

Bring your business cards, brochures, pamphlets, and flyers!!

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Hello All,
We look forward to meeting you , and learning more about your business.
We like to share business ideas, and develop working strategies, planning, reaching business resolutions, and building team goals and objectives. At our meetings we work business plans, and making business decisions! Come join us!!

Frank Rosales
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