Smack in the middle of early voting, our youth leaders met to explore the importance of elections and how youth, regardless of age or legal status voting eligibility, can still be involved in the electoral process. Throughout the day, they heard from multiple guest speakers including Dr. Zafron, President of the Texas Medical Board. Shortly … Continue reading Youth Voices and Votes: Make it Count event summary
Waking up early on Saturdays is tough, its even worse when the cloudy skies outside make you want to curl up in bed even more. But, on Saturday, January 27th, forty Houston area high schoolers made their way to Rice University for a day of intense leadership training. Students started the day out with learning … Continue reading Rainy Day, Sunny Outlook- Houston’s Leaders in Training
On Saturday, December 9th, forty Houston high school students braved the chilly weather and joined us for a jammed packed day of learning about community issues, meeting Senator Sylvia Garcia, and inspiring each other to become stronger youth leaders. In the morning, we heard from ELL co-founder, Mario Salinas, on how minority youth can have … Continue reading Fall Youth Leadership Conference 2017
We are excited to announce two new team members joining the ELL family! Arese Guobadia Arese Guobadia is a junior studying Chemical Engineering at Rice University. Arese’s hometown is Frisco, Texas and some of her interests include music, food, and hanging out with friends. Arese has a twin sister, an older sister, and an … Continue reading Meet Our New Interns!