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The LULAC Webb County Youth Council is a membership organization comprised of high school students in grade levels 9-12. As the fastest growing population in the United States, Latinos have become important in every aspect of American society and we understand that our local high school students are included in the upcoming generation that will one day cultivate into this nation’s prominent leaders.


We believe in our youth, providing resources and mentorship to help them achieve their fullest potential and develop into the leaders that they are. This local LULAC Youth Council is an organization designed to carry forth the work of LULAC at the teenage level and to serve as a training base for its members through social, civic, sports, and parliamentary activities. The overall mission is the development of young people in bettering themselves and their community through positive educational experiences.


Our youth will engage in leadership training workshops, monthly community service projects and receive monthly educational panel discussions aimed at providing them with resources that will prepare them to have tools of which they can use when they go back to their respective communities.


The Goals and Objectives of LULAC Webb County Youth Council are:

  • MEET intelligent LULAC Youth from across the nation.

  • TRAVEL across the nation for LULAC Youth Conventions.

  • Gain LEADERSHIP skills as an officer of your Youth Council, District, State, or as a National officer.

  • LEARN Parliamentary procedure.

  • Earn SCHOLARSHIPS that are strictly for LULAC Youth members.

  • Make a difference in your community as a part of the LARGEST & OLDEST Latino Youth Organization in the Nation.

  • NETWORK with Latino Professionals.

  • Improve your PUBLIC SPEAKING Skills.

  • MENTOR little Latinas y Latinos through our mentorship programs.


  • Must be a high school student in Laredo/Webb County area.

  • Must obtain parent/legal guardian consent and waiver form.

  • Commit to volunteer in civic and social community service projects once a month.

  • Pay your annual membership dues.

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