Advancing Latinas into Leadership

ALLMP was created to help young high school Latinas prepare for their lives after high school throug

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ALERT!!! ALLMP is looking for a talented Latina to be the leader of the organization! We are looking for an Executive Director to lead the organization to success! Is that you? Email us at [email protected] for more information.


Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! Please consider supporting our Latinas Poderosas book! The book highlights Latinas who made an impact in our community.


Happy National Latina Day!


Happy birthday to our founder! 🥳🥳🥳 Wishing her all the best on her special day.


We are excited to share that will be merging with ! We are excited for this transition and watching the organization grow! Stay tuned! Updates coming soon!


Alert 🚨 🚨Advancing Latinas into Leadership is looking for amazing individuals who live in Sacramento, CA and Washington, DC to serve as a board member for the 2023-2024 school year. If you are interested, please message us or email us at [email protected].


Today, May 4th, in Sacramento, CA - it’s Big Day Giving! Please consider donating to support college tours. We like to expose our mentees to different colleges. Your support is greatly appreciated.


May is Mental Health Awareness Month. So let’s talk about it! According to the Mental Health America, 18.4% of the US population is estimated to be Latino and of those, 16% is reported to having a mental illness. This is a real issue and we should normalize the discussion of mental health. We need to express our emotions

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Big Day of Giving Use your Golden 1 Credit Union card to donate and they provide a proportional match. And thank you Sacramento Region Community Foundation for this opportunity to support nonprofits!


Important! If you have emailed us at [email protected], we have not seen your email. Unfortunately, has locked us out! If you need to get a hold of us, please email [email protected]. My apologies for the inconvenience.


Scholarships! Deadline is May 1st! Please don’t forget to apply!


Happy World Book Day! Reading is so important! It’s good for the mind, body, and soul. Check out this book that was created by the ALLMP team and mentees! A book highlighting Latinas in leadership.


Happy birthday ! We wish you all the best on your special day!


Don’t forget to apply to our scholarship! We are awarding two students! Apply! Apply! Apply!


🚨🚨🚨Calling Latinas in SACRAMENTO, CA and WASHINGTON, DC! Are you looking for a way to give back? Do you have five hours a month to spare? Want to make a difference? Join our board! ALLMP is looking for professional Latinas to join ALLMP as we grow and continue to support the next generation of leaders. If you are interested, email us at [email protected]


How to have the most beautiful relationship with the Love of Your Life (yourself!)... Join us on Thursday, 3/30, to unlock the keys to your heart in this workshop❣️ Open to anyone, click the link in our bio to RSVP!


Reminder! Our scholarship is now open! Please apply!

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ALLMP changing lives! We had the opportunity to speak to at risk youth in VA and share with them our stories and the importance of mentorship.

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Did you get your copy of our children’s book Latinas Poderosas? Did you know all the profits from this book go towards scholarships? Help us award more scholarships by getting a copy of Latinas Poderosas! Link in bio

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It’s that time again! Scholarships!!! This year we will be awarding two scholarships! If you are a senior at one of our partnered schools or an ALLMP alumni, please consider applying!


ALLMP mentors who are pageant queens 👸🏽!


Founder & Executive Director Elsie Guererro started ALLMP as a way to give back to her community. "I'm the first in my family to attend and graduate college. This wouldn't have been possible without the mentors who believed in me and guided me through my youth and early adulthood." You can support ALLMP and our hermanitas by donating at the link in our bio.




ScholarCHIPS is a DC-based nonprofit, founded by a DCPS graduate and DC native, that provides college scholarships, mentoring, mental health supports, and a robust support network to college-bound youth with incarcerated parents (or primary caregivers). ScholarCHIPS provides renewable $2,500 scholarships, $1,000 book awards, technology, and so much more! We are breaking the stigma and taboo around having an incarcerated parent/family member, and we are building a community helping each other to be successful in college and beyond!

The deadline is April 15, 2023.

To learn more and apply visit:


Calling DCPS students! Do you need community service hours? Come volunteer with us! All you need is a laptop 💻 and the desire to make a difference! ALLMP does not discriminate based upon race, ethnicity, gender or disability. Every student is welcome to help. Email us at [email protected] to start!


Happy Women’s History Month


Check out our Amazon Smile store at the link in our bio to snag some swag and support ALLMP mentees! 🛍️


Happy Black History Month! According to Pew Research Center, 24% of US Hispanics identify as Afro-Latino; yet many people don't know what the term means. Let us know in the comments if you identify as afro-latino!


According to Pew Research Center, Hispanics are "more likely than other students to avoid taking on debt and more likely to report difficulties paying back student loans." You can help hopeful students pay for their education by donating at the link in our bio today.


ALLMP believes everyone should have access to higher education—but financial barriers keep that dream out of reach for many. Your purchase of Latinas Poderosas! will help fund scholarships for the next generation of Latina leaders. Head to the link in our bio to get your copy today.

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At ALLMP, we strive to empower and support young Latinas through six main objectives. Swipe to learn how we prepare our hermanitas to succeed beyond high school.


January is National Mentoring Month! Mentorship is a key pillar in Advancing Latinas into Leadership's (ALLMP) strategy to set members up for success beyond high school. Learn more about our programs at


Pearl and Ivy Education Foundation, Inc. scholarship is now open! If you are a Washington, D.C. resident and a high school senior, we encourage you apply!


Under Paid, Under Resourced, Under Valued

Latinas Only Make $.54 For Every $1 Earned by a White Male

December 8th marks the day in 2022 when Latinas catch up to what white male counterparts earned in 2021 alone. Join us on Capitol Hill to commemorate this day with discussions with elected and appointed officials, community leaders, partners and national influencers to address equitable data and solutions to closing the pay gap.

Where: Senate Dirksen Office Building, Room SD-106
When: Thursday, December 8, 2022
Time: 9:00am - 1:30pm


Thank you so much! Thank you to everyone who donated on ! We appreciate your support!

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Today is the day! Yay! 🥳🥳🥳 Please donate to ! Help us serve more students in the Greater Washington, DC and Sacramento, CA area! Help us provide mentorship, and host many college tours and career field trips. Your donation will make an impact. Thank you in advance for your support.

Photos from Advancing Latinas into Leadership's post 11/29/2022

It’s ! Please help us reach our goals of mentoring more high school Latinas in the Greater Washington, DC and Sacramento, CA area! Your contribution will help pay for programming for 2023. Thank you in advance for your help.

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Providing Resources to High School Latinas

Advancing Latinas into Leadership Mentoring Program (ALLMP) is a non-profit program designed to help high school Latinas. The goal is to prepare students for their lives after high school through college preparedness, professional development, leadership, and mentoring.

To learn about our program or upcoming events, please visit our website at

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