Every summer, The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) Líderes Summit brings together hundreds of youth from high school and college groups, NCLR Líderes educational programs, and NCLR Affiliates to support the academic growth and leadership development of Latino youth ages 14–23.
The Líderes Summit provides an exciting and challenging youth leadership experience over four days, focusing in areas such as: professional development; civic engagement; and networking opportunities. Líderes youth also enjoy the overall NCLR Annual Conference experience by participating in cutting-edge workshops, town halls, as well as hearing and interacting with national leaders who are impacting and shaping our community every day. We invite you to join us July 8–11 in Phoenix, Arizona, to be part of the discussion.
For more information on the Líderes Summit please contact
Kumera Genet, Manager, at email@example.com.
(Good through APRIL 28, 2017)
If you are attending the Líderes Summit on behalf of an NCLR Affiliate organization, please select the Affiliate Registration button. Please note that you will need to include the Affiliate organization’s ID number to complete your registration.
The Sheraton Grand Phoenix is our Conference headquarter hotel, located just steps away from
the Phoenix Convention Center, the site of all Conference and Líderes Summit meetings and events.
Support the 2016 Líderes Summit and deepen your engagement with Latino millennials. Seize the opportunity to engage an exclusive audience with Latino youth participants at the Líderes Summit.
For Sponsorship opportunities and inquires, please visit the link below and contact Barlow Flores, Director of Corporate Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-776-1741.
For more information on the Líderes Summit please contact Kumera Genet, Líderes Program Manager,
by sending a message below or calling (202) 776-1723.
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