The nations largest Latino volunteer advocacy organization has launched an effort to include younger Californians in public policy issues. The organization, based in Washington DC with chapters throughout the California, is rolling out a program designed to encourage young professionals and college graduates to step up as community volunteers. LULACMillennials will focus efforts to encourage involvement throughout California.
LULAC’s, State Deputy for young adults, Jose Barerra said “In these challenging times for our community it is important that young professionals become involved in helping communities through advocacy”.
California Deputy for Youth Ana De Castro said “we have to begin a pathway for youth and young adults to become involved in advocating for their communities. The Latino community is really concerned about the future and we need the perspective of younger generations“.
LULAC Millennials will focus on communicating on issues using social media and pod casts to inform and involve members. For more information please email