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Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project, Inc.

Investing in California's Future Leaders!

aka CLYLP   |   Sacramento, CA   |  www.clylp.org

Mission

The mission of the CLYLP is to enhance and further develop the leadership potential of California’s youth as they prepare to become the future leaders of our state and nation.

Ruling year info

1993

President, Board of Directors

Dr. Luisa Ortega

Main address

P.O. Box 161566

Sacramento, CA 95816 USA

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EIN

94-3069819

NTEE code info

Youth Development Programs (O50)

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Our programs

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What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

Statewide Leadership Conference

The Statewide Leadership Conference (SLC) brings 120 high school students from throughout the state to participate in a week-long, intensive leadership program. Conference participants attend powerful workshops and seminars that enhance leadership skills, academic preparedness, self-esteem, cultural awareness, and provide an understanding of state and local government. Programming at all CLYLP programs including the SLC is based on CLYLP’s four curriculum “C’s”: Community, Culture, College, and Careers.

Population(s) Served
Students
Adolescents

The CLYLP Bay Area Institute (BAI) was established in 2014 to inspire and motivate students from the region to become the future leaders of the Bay Area Chicano/Latino community through public service. Open to 50 students from 13 Bay Area counties, the three-day institute offers an impactful program designed to develop students’ leadership potential and increase their knowledge of the region’s cultural and political landscape. Institute participants connect with education, business, political and community leaders from the Bay and receive encouragement in their pursuit of post-secondary educational opportunities.

Population(s) Served
Students
Adolescents

The CLYLP Central Valley Institute (CVI) was established in 1999 to inspire and motivate students from the area to become the future leaders of the Central/San Joaquin Valley Chicano/Latino community through public service. Open to 50 students from the Central/San Joaquin Valley, the three-day institute offers an impactful program designed to develop students’ leadership potential and increase their knowledge of the region’s cultural and political landscape. Institute participants connect with education, business, political and community leaders from the Central Valley and receive encouragement in their pursuit of post-secondary educational opportunities.

Population(s) Served
Students
Adolescents

The CLYLP Los Angeles Institute (LAI) was established in 2006 to inspire and motivate students from Southern California to become future leaders through public service. Open to 50 students from Los Angeles County, the three-day institute offers an impactful program designed to develop students’ leadership potential and increase their knowledge of the region’s cultural and political landscape. Institute participants connect with education, business, political and community leaders and receive encouragement in their pursuit of post-secondary educational opportunities.

Population(s) Served
Adolescents
Students

Through a generous grant from the Comcast Foundation and in partnership with the California Latino Legislative Caucus, the California State University, Sacramento-Center for California Studies, the University of California Center in Sacramento, the University of Southern California, CLYLP sponsors a four-week fellowship program for ten (10) CLYLP alumni who have completed at least their first-year of college/university studies.

Population(s) Served
Students
Young adults

The CLYLP Ellie Enriquez Peck Alumni Internship program offers college-aged CLYLP alumni an opportunity to gain work experience, receive mentorship, and build upon the leadership skills introduced at CLYLP high school programs. Named after one of CLYLP’s longest running volunteers, the internship program was established in 2011 also as an outlet for students to contribute to CLYLP and its mission of developing California’s future leaders. Interns take part in the behind the scene efforts to plan and execute CLYLP’s seven programs across the state while learning skills in event planning, program support fundraising, communications, and public relations.

Population(s) Served
Students
Young adults

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How we listen

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Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 07/15/2024
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Leonard Sanchez

Paulina Chavez

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Marilyn Limon

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Mariana Corona Sabeniano

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Alejandra Durán

Maricela Gutierrez

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Ernesto Martinez

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Agustin Torres, Jr.

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Monica Aranda

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Arthur Montejano

Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission

Fabiola Aviña

Cal State LA

Board leadership practices

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Organizational demographics

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Leadership

The organization's leader identifies as:

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Hispanic/Latino/Latina/Latinx
Gender identity
Female
Disability status
Person without a disability

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