2017 LULAC National Convention

San Antonio, Texas | July 4-8, 2017

The League of United Latin American Citizens invites you to participate in the 88th Annual LULAC National Convention & Exposition: Our Strength: Education and Empowerment in San Antonio TX from July 4 through July 8, 2017. As the premier Hispanic convention, the LULAC National Convention draws over 15,000 participants from across the country each year including top leaders from the government, business, and the Latino community.

Conference Highlights Include:

■ Presidential Awards Banquet & Ball ■ Women’s Luncheon ■ Concierto: Voces Unidas por America ■ San Antonio Celebration ■ Partnership Luncheon ■ Youth Awards Banquet ■ Young Adults Unity Luncheon ■ Presidential Reception ■ Opening Reception ■ LNESC Breakfast


Free! A three-day event showcasing products and services of major corporations, organizations, and government agencies.

Career Fair

This three-day event features great jobs from over 250 top companies and federal agencies that are ready to interview and hire on the spot.

College Fair

More than 30 representatives from top notch colleges are anxious to talk with you about post secondary opportunities at their institutions.

Health Fair

Free screenings for diabetes, hypertension and other chronic diseases. Obtain free health services for your whole family.

Youth Conference

A three-day event for Hispanic youth, featuring community service projects and workshops on youth issues and career opportunities.

Young Adult Conference

A three-day event for Latino college students, featuring leadership development and policy discussions on issues impacting college life.

Federal Training Institute

The LULAC Convention hosts the LULAC Federal Training Institute (FTI), an intensive and structured career development program for government and public sector employees. FTI offers workshops and plenary sessions that enable government employees to enhance their leadership skills and develop their Executive Core Qualifications.


Free! Three days of seminars will focus on key issues facing Latinos:
■ Civic Engagement ■ Civil Rights ■ Diversity ■ Education ■ Employment ■ Entrepreneurship ■ Financial Management ■ Health Care ■ Housing ■ Immigration ■ Latina Empowerment ■ Leadership ■ Media ■ Public Service ■ Technology