#DignityDays: Advice about pursuing law, medical, and graduate school as an undocumented student


4b7486f417a9aa4ec7eaa240f46022144c07362aAmerica’s Voice Education Fund, United We Dream, the National Immigration Law Center, and the Domestic Workers Alliance have launched a project, #DignityDays, to highlight the work and efforts from activists and leaders across the immigrant community.

On the second panel of #DignityDays, Susana Muñoz (Assistant Professor at Colorado State University), Ignacia Rodriguez (NILC Equal Justice Works Fellow), Denisse Rojas (Co-founder and Director of Pre-Health Dreamers), Cesar Vargas (Co-founder of DRM Action Coalition), and myself (Doctoral student and Ford Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellow at Harvard University) gathered to share our journeys and key advice about pursuing a higher education as an undocumented student.

Do you have concerns/questions regarding applying, funding, and/or attending graduate school as an undocumented student?  Please share them on the “Comments” section below!

In case you missed the live online panel, you can watch the recorded video here:

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Categories: Applying to grad school, Grad School Scholarships

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