CLLARO Capitol Fellowships are awarded to college juniors, seniors, graduate students, non-traditional college students, and recent college graduates, who come from Latino and other marginalized communities. 

The Community Health Advocacy Program (CHAP) is a year-long leadership training program for community members who want to advocate for their community’s health.

CLLARO collaborated with the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) to increase educational opportunities, improve achievement, and promote equity in outcomes for Latinos by building the capacity and amplifying the voice of the Latino parent community

Our policy research/civic engagement team works to address social and policy challenges by advancing scholarly research that emphasizes outcomes for the Latino community.

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