Live From Las Vegas: LULAC Plenary Starts at 2 pm PST / 5 pm EST Watch Here
* 2024 LULAC National Convention & Exposition.


Nation's Oldest and Largest Latino Civil Rights Organization Empowers the Next Generation of Leaders Through Training, Networking, and Mentoring

Washington, DC – All is ready for the 2024 LULAC National Youth Convention, a transformative gathering of young leaders poised to shape the future! From June 11-13, Texas Women's University in Denton, Texas, will become a hub of inspiration, learning, and action.

Ana Coca, a passionate advocate for youth empowerment, shares her enthusiasm: "This convention is not just an event; it's a milestone for young Latinos. It's where we ignite the spark of leadership and community service that will burn brightly in our hearts."

As the Latino population continues to flourish in the United States, the significance of our youth in all societal facets cannot be overstated. They are the seeds of tomorrow's leadership, ready to become influential figures who will navigate and shape our nation's course.

The convention is a testament to LULAC's commitment to nurturing these young minds. Domingo Garcia, LULAC National President, adds, "Seeing our youth come together, eager to learn and grow, fills me with hope. They are the architects of a brighter, more just future, and this convention is their blueprint."

The event will feature a dynamic agenda, including:

  • Leadership Workshops: Sharpen your skills and discover your potential.
  • Career Exploration: Unveil pathways to success in various fields.
  • Professional Development: Equip yourself with the tools for tomorrow's challenges.
  • Civic Engagement: Learn how to make a tangible impact in your community.

Under the guidance of Idalyd Granados (National Youth President), Giovanny Aguado (Youth National Treasurer), Michelle Solis (National Youth VP for Women), and other dedicated leaders, the LULAC Youth program continues to empower participants to become agents of change.

"Attendees will connect with peers, learn from role models, and lay the groundwork for a promising future, " says Coca. "Together, we are paving the way for a world where every voice is heard, and every dream is within reach," she adds.




The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) is the nation’s largest and oldest Hispanic civil rights volunteer-based organization that empowers Hispanic Americans and builds strong Latino communities. Headquartered in Washington, DC, with 535 Councils and 145,000 members across the United States and Puerto Rico, LULAC’s programs, services, and advocacy address the most important issues for Latinos, meeting the critical needs of today and the future. For more information, visit