Many stories, one voice
Stand with us during Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15-October 15, and embrace the diverse cultures, backgrounds, and contributions that blend together to create one powerful community.
Meet Brittany Valdes
Inspired by her own journey, she launched the Mom Economy—a non-profit that supports working moms as they navigate life.
Meet Adam San Miguel
He empowers Cuban-American college students by awarding them opportunities to new career paths that once seemed unattainable.
Meet Maria Mendiburo
She’s dedicated to creating more inclusive and accessible learning tools for students with diverse backgrounds and learning needs.
Meet Alan Gonzalez
Originally from Guanajuato, Mexico, he is passionate about educating young Latinos to pursue fun and rewarding careers in tech.
Latinx employees drive inclusion
Hispanic Heritage Month at Microsoft is brought to you by our HOLA (Hispanic/Latinx Organization of Leaders in Action) employee resource group.
Celebrate in a store near you
Visit your local Microsoft Store to experience fun and free Hispanic Heritage Month speakers, youth coding camps, workshops, and more.
Microsoft Latinx blog
Hola, Oi, Hello, Bienvenidos! Welcome to a dedicated space to share in the passions, achievements, ideas, and stories of Latinx culture.
This initiative raises awareness among young Latinas and their families about opportunities and careers in technology.
Shop Microsoft en Español
Get the latest and greatest from Microsoft, including Surface, Office, Xbox, accessories, and more.
Press play, get inspired
Stream the latest in-store events with influential Latinx leaders, including CNN’s Cynthia Hudson on September 19 at 9:00 AM EST and PepsiCo’s Deborah Rosado Shaw on October 15 at 9:00 AM EST.
The percentage of all new businesses in the US launched by US Latinx within the last decade (Source: Hispanic Sentiment Study; Zeno Group, 2018)
Latinas create businesses faster than any other US group (Source: Hispanic Sentiment Study; Zeno Group, 2018)
The US population represented by Hispanics, expected to reach 30% by 2050 (Source: Hispanic Sentiment Study; Zeno Group, 2018)