This valuable vocational reference series is a must for all Hispanic youth. Latinos at Work: Career Role Models for Young Adults is a 10-volume series. Each book in the series begins with a description of many careers along with education, talent, and experience necessary, salary ranges and outlooks from a Latino perspective. Part 2 presents profiles of success: interviews with successful Hispanics in many different careers with advice for young people who might want to pursue that career. "Inspired" is an understatement of what you'll feel when you read these very personal profiles. Part 3 is a complete resource section filled with further reading of books, magazines, names and addresses of organizations to contact, and web addresses. Each highly usable volume contains a master index to all the careers listed in all the volumes along with a master index to the people profiled. Careers in Community Service details mainly service careers that can be either part-time or full-time. The careers discussed are legal careers, medical careers, and careers in nonprofit organizations. Most involve a desire to "give back" to the community when individuals have become a success themselves and can devote part or all of their time helping others. There are personal stories of Raul Yzaguirre (National Council of La Raza); Antonio Hernandez (Mexican American Legal Defense) and Dr. Pedro Jose Greer, Jr., Miami's doctor to the homeless.