Accepting Applications: 14th Annual San Joaquin Valley Institute
   

February 28, 2013

Dear CLYLP Alumni and Friends:

The Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project (CLYLP) invites current 10th and 11th grade students from the San Joaquin Valley to apply to the 14th Annual CLYLP San Joaquin Valley Institute. The three day Institute will take place in Fresno from June 28th-30th on the campus of Fresno Pacific University. The Institute is open to high school sophomores and juniors in Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Tulare and Tuolumne counties.

CLYLP was founded in 1982 with the primary purpose of preparing young people to participate in California's economic, social and political development. Since then, building on more than 30 years of success, CLYLP has nurtured over 3,600 of California's Future Leaders through participation in one of its annual high school programs.

CLYLP's unique model combines community-based youth leadership, volunteer activism and partnership. This transformative experience is built upon the important values of culture, community, college and careers, which are the foundation of the CLYLP curriculum. CLYLP enters young people's lives at a critical moment with high-impact educational, empowering and relationship-building activities that can dramatically shape their futures. In fact, many CLYLP alumni have become successful leaders in both the public and private sector; as nonprofit leaders, doctors, lawyers and corporate executives, as government staff and elected officials.

Students selected to participate attend at no cost to themselves or their families. The deadline to apply is April 1, 2013. Conference participants are housed at Fresno Pacific University and participate in powerful workshops and seminars that will enhance leadership skills, academic preparedness, self-esteem, cultural awareness, and provide an understanding of state and local government. This year, the application process will be completely online. Visit www.clylp.org. We encourage you to share notice of this application widely to your networks.

Kind regards,


Application Requirements:

3 Essay Questions
2 Letters of Recommendation
Resume of Extracurricular Activities
School Transcripts
Complete the Online Application

 
Norma Dominguez, President (’96 Alumna)
President, Board of Directors

Educators & Counselors:
Encourage your
Students to Apply!

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President
Norma Dominguez
Wells Fargo Bank

President Elect
Fernando Ramirez
Office of Los Angeles County Supervisor
Mark Ridley-Thomas

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Pablo Rodriguez
Communities for New California
(CNC) and CNC Education Fund

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Veronica Villalobos Cruz
Association of Independent 
California Colleges and Universities

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Arturo Rodriguez 
Immediate Past President
Max Espinoza
California State Assembly
Assembly Speaker John A. Pérez

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Gloria Michael Leon 
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Office of Assemblymember
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Veronica Rodriguez
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Brian Green
California State Senate

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Youth Policy Institute

Jessie Ryan
Campaign for College Opportunity
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Olgalilia Ramirez
Office of Assemblymember
Roger Dickinson 
   
Treasurer
Tomasa Dueñas
Office of Assemblymember
Bill Quirk
 
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Michele Siqueiros
Campaign for College Opportunity
   
The Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project, Inc. is a non-profit tax-exempt organization. (Tax ID # 94-3069819)
Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project  PO Box 161566  Sacramento, CA 95816