LEAD student
  • Equity Walk: 
  • Monday, May 18th- 
  • 12:30pm-3:30pm 
  • Conference Rooms A&B, De Anza 
  • Faculty Training- Working with Mentors: 
  • Friday, May 22nd- 
  • 10:00am-2:00pm 
  • MCC, De Anza 
  • June:
  • Community Speaker- Maythee Rojas: 
  • Tuesday, June 9th- 
  • 10:30am-12:30pm
  • Conference Room A, De Anza 
  • 10 Minute Mentor: 
  • Thursday, June 18th 
  • 10:30am-1:30pm
  • Conference Room B, De Anza 
  • End of the Year Celebration: Thursday, June 25, 3:30-5:00
  • Links
  • Institute of Community and Civic Engagement
  • Learning Communities

LEAD Latina/o Empowerment at De Anza

Mission Statement

LEAD is committed to empowering emerging Latina/o leaders and their allies.

We believe that in order to serve as effective leaders in our communities, young Latina/os must be supported in their desire to becoming self-aware, self-determined, and self-defined.

We encourage innovation, embrace diversity, and value human dignity.

The goal of LEAD is to reinforce our understanding of Latina/o history, culture and politics through collaborative learning experiences. We strive to create a sense of familia among participants that generates loyalty, respect, a sense of equality, and a desire to create positive change in our communities.

To fulfill our mission, LEAD fosters leadership development through hands-on training and year-round community engagement projects.

 

Ev and Francisco  


For more information, contact: 

MARC CORONADO: 

 



LEAD
Building: Multi-Cultural Center (MCC)
Contact: Marc Coronado
Phone: 408.864.8409
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Last Updated: 2/19/15