Thank you for your interest in the 2016 Clark County Latino Youth Conference. We are pleased to have you involved. This is a big year for our organization because our goal is to empower and educate our youth on their voting rights. After all, 2016 is an election year! Would you like to present, be an exhibitor or attend the conference? Please read the information to below to find out how you can get involved!
The conference will be held at Clark College Campus located in Vancouver, Washington.
2016 Keynote Conference Speaker:
2016 Keynote Speaker – Vanessa Dominguez from Momentum Alliance
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Our Mission: “To instill in our Latino (a) youth the value of education, which nurtures mind, body and spirit in order to develop a social consciousness that empowers them as leaders for social justice and civic responsibility in the greater community.” Presenters will be expected to offer practical experience to help attendees increase their understanding, knowledge and skills in one of the particular strands of interest listed.
A. College & Careers (Financial Aid, Scholarships, College prep., Admissions)
B. Culture, Identity and Arts The conference proposal submission process is detailed below.
What You Need to Know About Presenting at the Conference
- Session Length: Sessions are 50 minutes in length
- Travel Reimbursement for Presenters: Due to the limited funding available to reimburse the travel-related expenses we will not be able to provide any form of reimbursement.
- Speakers must arrange and pay for all their travel-related expenses.
- Audio-Visual Equipment is available in each of the workshop sessions.
- Presenters will be provided with a complimentary breakfast/lunch, beverages and snacks.
We would like to invite you to participate in the Clark County Latino Youth Conference at Clark College on Friday, October 7, 2016. This conference is open to Latino middle school and high school students from Clark County. Our goal is to provide information, motivation and an opportunity for Latino students to gain skills to help them prepare for their future and for students to meet role models such as yourselves, and to hear from you regarding what they need to do to be competitive for college and the world. This conference is the only Latino youth conference in SW Washington.
The conference schedule is from 9:00 to 2:00 PM, sessions run from 10:00 to 1:00 PM including a lunch break.
Contact us here with your registrations and questions!