Congratulations to the CLLARO Capitol Fellows 2017 Cohort!
Graduation day, May 13, 2017
The CLLARO Capitol Fellowship Program seeks to enhance promising Latino students’ leadership abilities, strengthen professional skills, and ultimately help mold the future of Latino public policy leaders in Colorado. CLLARO’s Capitol Fellowship Program Curriculum will help develop the fellow’s leadership abilities with monthly leadership training, as well as facilitating access to many of Colorado’s public policy leaders. This will give students an opportunity to see first-hand how policy is legislated and implemented in an effort to increase the number of Latinos engaged in the public policy process.
Your organization can be a part of this important program to support young, diverse leaders by becoming a sponsor of CLLARO’s Capitol Fellowship Program for the 2017 Legislative Session. We invite you to sponsor a Capitol Fellow to help give this enriching experience to a bright young leader and to cultivate the future leaders of our community.
How do I apply for the
CLLARO Capitol Fellowship?
Recruitment begins in October/November of each year, and you can learn more about what a typical Fellowship experience looks like
Meet the Previous Capitol Fellows…
CLLARO Capitol Fellows 2016
Back: Kwame Owusu, Heidi Haro, Alexandra Alonzo, Alberto Vazquez, & Chasity King
Front: Malachi Martinez, Christine Alonzo, Candice Rodriquez, Kara Birnbaum, Taylor Lugo, Gabriela Corral, & Gina Escobedo
Not Pictured: Rachelle Lukusa
CLLARO Capitol Fellows 2015
Back: Ricardo Rocha & Aris Molock
Front: Christian Caldwell, Irving Reza-Alarcon, True Apodaca, Melissa Mendes, Mayra Gonzales, Mara Gonzalez, & Maili Rael
Not Pictured: Jose Castaneda
CLLARO Capitol Fellows 2014
Back: Jorge Zamudio Gallegos & Uriel Berrum
Front: Ana Temu, Antonio Vitale, Nestor Meza, Hugo Palma, Christopher Trujillo, Cesiah Guadarrama-Trejo, Ruben Aguirre, & Jordan Sauers
CLLARO Capitol Fellows 2013