Latina Girls Code in Chicago, IL
A new program started in 2014, Latina Girls Code was created to give Latina girls ages 7-17 a future equal opportunity in the technology industry by providing education, resources (such as hardware and digital tools) and mentorship in tech. Apply to volunteer as a mentor here.
L.O.V.E Mentoring in New York
The Latinas On the Verge of Excellence is a mentorship program to support young Latinas with one-to-one mentorship with female mentors who visit their mentee in the high school for an hour and a half every week. L.O.V.E currently partners with five high schools in Manhattan, Queens, and the Bronx in New York City. Apply to become a mentor here.
Sociedad Latina in Roxbury, MA
Sociedad Latina has worked with youth and families to help Latino leaders of community rise since 1968 to create the ripple of effect of growth and self-efficiency. Using the Pathways to Success model, the organization tackles urgent issues Latino youth face today such as poverty and lack of education. They support Latino youth from ages 11-21 through programming such as Education, Workforce Development, Civic Engagement, and Arts & Culture. To get involved and volunteer, go here.