2013 First Annual Young Latino Leadership Conference
Saturday, October 5, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This conference will not only include workshops on leadership, but also offer mentoring opportunities and expose our young men to the richness of our culture!
Workshop I: Manhood is Mental; This workshop teaches important life skills; develops self esteem, leadership skills and good character traits. Gender roles have become more complex and more families are led by single moms. As a result, many boys are confused about what it means to be a successful, good man. It will emphasize how important relationship management is with women in their lives, such as their mothers, girlfriends, and sisters while teaching them to take ownership of choices and consequences.
Workshop II: We Have the Power, So Lets Use It! Advancing civic and political engagement within the Latino community; What is civic participation? This workshop teaches you how to become active participants in the civic life and strategies to address issues of importance. Civic leadership is education in action for the common good; finding solutions. Our panelist will share their own leadership experiences including the issue, the action the outcomes and the possible next steps.
Workshop III: Man-UP Hermano! Leadership Training; Are you aware of your leadership style or the type of leader you are? This workshop will explore various leadership styles, as well as which style is appropriate for specific situations. How to become the strong and effective leader you want to be. Leadership characteristics and traits will be identified.You will learn to differentiate from casual dressing to business attire and when it is appropriate.
When & Where
Boys to Leaders FOUNDATION & Rutgers University- Newark Office of University Community Partnerships
The Boys to Leaders Foundation is an organization that will empower, motivate, and inspire young men, by providing leadership training, educational programs, positive personal and professional development. Our goal is to unleash the potential of young men while offering the resources they will need to succeed!
The Rutgers University-Newark Office of University Community Partnerships has a dynamic history grounded in principles of education, service and community building. Through strategic staff and student leadership development, sustainable community partnerships, and a deep commitment to engage with Newark and the surrounding region, OUCP will continue to be a center for innovation in urban university-community engagement.
Special thank you to some of our sponsors: United Way of Essex & West Hudson, Aspira Association, Extreme Pallet, Inc, National Water Main Cleaning Company, McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC, Senator M. Teresa Ruiz, Councilman Anibal Ramos, DeJesus Family, Pena Family, & Van Buren Injury Treatment Center