America’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 Funding
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