Upward Mobility & Youth Programming

We're growing a better Los Angeles.

Building an equitable and empowered Los Angeles means building more pipelines for success to help all Angelenos reach the middle class and beyond. As a part of this work, LA Civil Rights engages young people and community-based organizations to host dozens of upward mobility and youth programming, including:

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  • College & Career Readiness
  • Financial Literacy Workshops
  • Homeownership Seminars
  • Entrepreneurial Training
  • and more!

Explore our upward mobility & youth programming in the links below. If you would like to host an equity or empowerment program with us, please contact us to learn more.

Examples of our Work

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Expanding Homeownership

Expanding Homeownership

Helping first time homebuyers of color navigate the housing market and build generational wealth

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Career Pipelines with the NFL Network

Career Pipelines with the NFL Network

Connecting students from under-resourced LAUSD schools with the talent behind the NFL Network

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LA for All Youth Art Jam

LA for All Youth Art Jam

A creative and affirming space for young artists to share their work and explore LA's many identities

REAL TALK
REAL TALK: Youth Safety Online

REAL TALK: Youth Safety Online

A live conversation for youth on digital safety & mental health

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African American Equity in Media

African American Equity in Media

A live conversation with LA's prominent African-American newsmakers to talk about equity & upward mobility in media

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Youth Roundtables

Youth Roundtables

A series of conversations with LA's youth on their experiences, aspirations and challenges

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How I Made It

How I Made It

Lessons from African-American Entrepreneurs on building and growing business in Los Angeles.

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LA Law Day

LA Law Day

Changing the odds for LA youth with pathways to law school.