The Advocating for Latina/o Achievement in School (ALAS) is an intervention program designed to prevent dropout and promote academic success and college and career readiness among immigrant Latino/a high school students. The short-term goals of ALAS include increasing school-related self-efficacy expectations, school connectedness, school engagement, and critical consciousness. This article describes the rationale, development, delivery, and evaluation strategy of ALAS. The authors discuss the implementation of a pilot ALAS program they conducted. They conclude that ALAS is a viable career education program for this population of students.