Pedro Navarro Cruz
Nevada, Las Vegas
The Mi Familia Vota Youth Leadership Program, Emerging Latino Youth, provides high school students with unique real-world experiences and training exercises that capacitate them to influence change in their communities and understand the importance of building political power. The program is comprised of a year-long series of immersive workshops developed to tackle complex issues and solutions. Our youth are given the opportunity to challenge the status quo while increasing confidence in their abilities to be national leaders.
Policy development and civic participation are the cornerstones of our youth programs. We provide the support needed for our youth to establish their own political consciousness, learn government functions, organize around issues that are relevant to their lives and their communities and become politically engaged at the local, state, and federal level
As part of the program we offer:
- Twice a month meetings on relevant issues (immigration, elections, education, etc.)
- Meet elected officials from different government levels
- Leadership development trainings
- Networking opportunities
- Community and culture events
- Spring community project
- Voter registration drive planning
Our program is dedicated to guiding youth to discover their voice and leadership attributes in addition to making them competitive candidates for their future positions.
Apply to our Young Emerging Leaders & Scholars Youth Summit 2018!
- Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
- First round due: June 15th at 11:59pm
- Second round: will open June 18th if spots are still available.
If you have any questions or comments feel free to contact us at email@example.com or (479) 246-8293 .
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