Our work with Youth ranges from putting on the Clark County Latino Youth Conference to Orugas a Mariposas Workshops to internship opportunities with LLNW. We prioritize creating spaces and programs where youth feel safe and supported to become leaders in their families and in their community.
Parents can join the SW Washington Latino Parent Leadership Institute to develop their own leadership and advocacy and help support their youth as they grow and learn. We also offer parent resources for parents with children of all ages.
LLNW is launching new opportunities for Young Professionals to gain the support and mentorship they are searching for – and to offer it to one another.
Justice and Advocacy
Our justice and advocacy programs ensure that members of our community are given the additional support they need to be successful, regardless of what life looks like around them. Launched with our Covid Relief Campaign, our Justice and Advocacy work is only beginning.