The Ford Foundation is now accepting applications for its pre-doctoral fellowship program, which provides awardees with an annual stipend of $27,000 for three years beginning during the fall of 2022. In addition to financial support, this fellowship opportunity provides awardees… Read More ›
Golden Door Scholars launched in 2013 to support undocumented students’ economic mobility. Each year, Golden Door Scholars awards scholarships to undocumented students pursuing a college education. Each award covers tuition, as well as room & board fees for up to… Read More ›
The CMSC’s Summer 2022 California-Mexico Dreamers’ Study Abroad Program will offer five 4-week sessions from June 5 to August 21, 2022, with each cohort composed of 30 DACA recipients, who have secured USCIS Advance Parole travel authorization for educational purposes… Read More ›
This workshop is for undocumented students considering graduate school. In this session we will focus on creating an action plan to stay organized and meet important application deadlines. We will also discuss how to begin connecting with current graduate students… Read More ›
This workshop is for undocumented students considering graduate school. This Meet and Greet will provide an opportunity for Faculty and Grad Students to discuss their research with participants, including current research projects and specific advice for prospective undocumented graduate students…. Read More ›
This workshop is for undocumented students considering graduate school. The Meet and Greet will provide an opportunity for current Faculty and Grad Students to discuss their research with participants, including current research projects and specific advice for prospective undocumented graduate… Read More ›
This workshop is for undocumented students considering graduate school. We will discuss key reasons why you might choose to pursue graduate school and possible career paths with a graduate degree (with or without DACA) and key factors to consider when… Read More ›
How do you navigate life as an undocumented parent? As family can take many different shapes and forms, this support group is open to undocumented individuals who are mothers, fathers, parents, and guardians. We will have a space to explore the different ways in which an undocumented status influences our lives and experiences as parents, and vice versa. We will collaboratively identify and practice approaches to managing through challenging and difficult moments that arise from our unique identities. We will also use space to gain awareness of our skills, values, and hopes as parents.
Everyone has experienced the loss of something, someone, or some opportunity, which has significantly impacted their daily functioning. The focus of this group is to answer the following questions: What is grief? What kinds of losses lead to grief? What are the physiological signs of grief? What are culturally acceptable ways to grieve? In addition to answering these questions, we will learn how to apply healthy self-care interventions to help ourselves and others as they go through the grieving process. Group participation is paramount, as the facilitator will guide the group to understand, appreciate, and construct a framework for grief and loss within a cultural experience. At some point in our lives, we will have the task of making sense of loss; let’s address this task with humility, confidence, and acceptance.
Immigrants Rising is hosting an UndocuLGBTQ+ Support Group. Dates: 6 consecutive Mondays beginning on August 16, 2021 Time: 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. PT / 8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. ET Event description: “Being LGBTQ in a heteronormative society isn’t easy,… Read More ›