LALA is a non-profit institution that seeks to promote sustainable economic development and strengthen democratic governance in Latin America by developing and connecting a new generation of principled and socially innovative leaders. Find out more about our mission and purpose on the About Us page.
No! LALA is a legal non-profit organization. Through Google, you can find articles about our work in trustworthy communication channels, such as The Bogota Post, Educación Futura, El Comercio, Estudar Fora, Escola Mobile, Brazil Reports, and Argentina Reports.
The entry initiative to LALA is the Leadership Camp. After students successfully attend the program, they become LALeaders. To keep supporting them, we created an ecosystem network of Mentors, LALeaders, and others that keeps growing! Find out more about our programs on the The Ecosystem page.
Once a student is accepted into one of our camps, we will send the selected student a survey for their guardians to fill out so we can receive your contact information and forward you updates, invitations, and guidance. For example, we will send guardians a newsletter with more details about the organization and host Family Welcome Webinars in Spanish and Portuguese.
If you have further inquiries, feel free to reach out to:
Please make sure to name the email subject in the following way: Name/Matter (e.g.: Maria/Interview Problem).
Yes! We have created the Parents Ambassador Program to connect the guardians of our alumni with the ones from prospective applicants. Please email [email protected] to learn more about it.
Please check the Our Team page to learn more about all the staff involved in organization!
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