Lomeli, J., and Perez, A. (2018) Outstanding Beyond the Fields, Kendall Hunt, Dubuque, IA 52004-1840 ISBN: 978-1-5249-7017
Lomeli, J., Parks, J., Basurto, I., Padilla, F. (2006). California mini-corps: Developing
quality teachers for 40 years. Education, 127(1), 100-108.
Lomeli, J., and Lomeli, L. (2003). The Inter-Act Educational Leadership Program:
Empowering Immigrant Hispanic Families through Challenge and Adventure. New Zealand Journal of Outdoor Education. 1(2), 36-46.
Lomeli, J. (1996). Using Experiential-Based Curriculum with Children of Farm- working
Migrant Families. The Journal of Experiential Education, 19 (3): 145 – 147.
Lomeli, J. (1993). California Mini-Corps Environmental Education Curriculum", California
Mini-Corps. Graph X Publishing, Fresno, CA: 260p.
Lomeli, J. (2000) A Wilderness Anthology. In Reveles (Ed.) Encuentros: Hombre a Hombre
(Pg. 257). Connections Leadership Project, California Department of Education.
Lomeli, J. (Summers 1998-2020) “Realizing Potentials Migrant Youth Leadership Institute”
Evaluation Reports Published and Disseminated to California Department of Education.
Lomeli, J. (2006-2010). Evaluation of Academic Gains of Fresno Unified Migrant Students and Master Teacher Assessment of Teaching Fellows. Evaluation Report. Fresno Unified School District, Migrant Education, Fresno, CA.
Lomeli, J. (2006, March). Doubling the Results of Summer Learning through Partnerships.
Enhancing Summer Learning Conference, Johns Hopkins. Baltimore, Maryland.
Realizing Potentials Leadership Development Institute for Youth - PBS Special "A Migrant
Way of Life" on exemplary projects for youth featured locally November 12 and 13,
“Developing Leadership through Challenging Experiences” Summer 1997. Video aired on
International Television Program: “Despierta America”. This special video on exemplary
youth leadership development projects was seen in Spain, Mexico, the United States
and all of South America on December 10, 1997.
Digital Clubhouse Network (Producer). (2006). Latino Legacy Project: La Herencia. Silicon Valley and Smithsonian Institute, New York City.
“Realizing Potentials Migrant Youth Leadership Institute” Summer 1998. Video aired
on Channel 21 Central Valley News: Univision Television Network in July 1998.