Don’t miss out- Here are the resources, scholarship & job opportunities, and immigration-related news featured this month at My Undocumented Life blog!
– You can now download a My Undocumented Life blog flyer to share with your students and colleagues!
– In partnership with UndocuScholars, we launched the Navigating Higher Education Opportunities Series!
- Check out Jacqueline’s post on navigating the college app process as an undocumented student in Georgia.
- Salvador discusses what it’s like to navigate three different institutions of higher ed as an undocumented student and advice for students transferring from community college to a 4-year university.
– The AB 540 Project is hosting their annual Immigrant Youth Empowerment Conference on June 9, 2018 at the University of California, Los Angeles. At the conference, there will be a variety of workshops pertaining to education, financial and legal resources, intersectionality within the undocumented community, mental health, and student activism.
Scholarships & Job openings
– SALEF Dream Scholarship– This scholarship is open to undocumented students who live in the Los Angeles, California area. The deadline to apply is June 30, 2018.
– The following three college campuses are hiring staff to directly work with and support undocumented students: Cal Poly Pomona, CSU San Marcos, and Sacramento State
– This month’s featured immigration news headlines include: “Sessions Moves to Curb Immigration Judges’ Authority”; “The Border Patrol Was Monstrous Under Obama. Imagine How Bad It Is Under Trump”; “Witness recounts fatal Border Patrol shooting of young Guatemalan woman in Texas”
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