In order to promote art and writing among the future leaders of Sonoma County, Latino Service Providers is proud to highlight and recognize the artwork and writing of talented local youth through the Youth Art and Writing Showcase. Winners will be selected on a monthly basis and will receive a prize and their work will be showcased by LSP throughout the county! Please visit the link below to submit your work today!
LSP Youth Programs, CHOP’s Teen Club and local artist Dayana Leon partnered up for LSP’s first Art Workshop on Friday March 2, 2018. Middle and High School students from a variety of schools in Sonoma County were able to come together to collaborate on a piece that will be displayed at Fandango — with Dayana Leon and Chop’s Teen Club.
Student of the Quarter Program
The majority of the time, recognition in high school goes to the same group of students—either those who are academically or athletically accomplished. As a result, there is a large portion of the student body that goes unrecognized, those who aid and greatly benefit our community. These students deserve recognition and praise for their community involvement and achievements. The goal of this program is to highlight and reward Hispanic and Latino students who positively impact their communities, especially at-risk students. This program is developed, in part, by a current high school student who understands the stresses of high school and through firsthand knowledge, recognizes the significance that this kind of program has during a potentially difficult period of life. Hispanic and Latino students in the 10th and 11th grades are eligible to apply as the LSP Student of the Quarter.
Many teens and young adults have extraordinary ideas to help their community, but are unsure of where to begin. This is why LSP has created the Submit a Project Program to help these aspiring community leaders bring their ideas to fruition. Selected projects will receive guidance and up to $250 funding from LSP. Visit the link below to submit your project idea today!