LOMPOC, Calif. -- UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center partnered with Lompoc High School to host a Youth Leadership Conference.
The event will be a youth-lead conference to help guide students during their preparation for college.
The fellows guiding the conference have been trained for data collection and the ethical importance of research data.
25 students have spent three months learning more in-depth about the Lompoc and Santa Maria community, the lacks and needs.
The Data will help researchers find answers to youth issues within the community.
People will gather at Lompoc High School from 10 am to 2 pm for speeches and workshops.
UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Senior Community Engagement Officer, Eder Gaona-Macedo will be in attendance for student guidance.
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