Latino students from throughout the Willamette Valley have come together for over a quarter of a century, for this annual event in honor of César E. Chávez. The conference began in 1990 with a small group of Portland Public School students. It has now grown to include schools from Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, Linn, Benton, Marion, Lincoln, Polk and Yamhill Counties. This year there will be many different high schools represented and it is estimated that twenty-two hundred students and chaperones will participate. This event is the largest Latino Student Leadership Conference in the Pacific Northwest.
2017 Conference student attendance has reached full capacity. No additional spaces can be filled this year.
Join us to motivate and provide opportunities for Latino Students. Share information on how to gain skills and prepare for the future.