The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, the Foundation for California Community Colleges, and the Community College League of California are hosting their sixth annual Undocumented Student Action Week from October 17 – 21, 2022. The week will feature a series of online webinars 9am to 10am PT every day, as well as in-person events across the state. Anyone is welcome to join these events.
“The week will feature a series of virtual webinars and on-campus activities to raise awareness about the challenges undocumented students continue to face and will feature solutions that support their educational dreams. These webinars are intended to inform how California Community Colleges and allies can build a strong ecosystem for our students that breaks down silos and promotes a collaborative campus approach to the success of our undocumented students.”
“This year’s theme is Juntos Podemos (Together, We Can): Collaborative Ecosystems that Support Undocumented Students, which recognizes that we must be intentional about integrating undocumented student success throughout our equity initiatives by breaking down silos, creating welcoming campus environments, and advocating for policy solutions that allow undocumented students to achieve economic mobility. We must collectively engage in this critical work not just during Action Week, but every day of the year.”
To register for the online webinars and to learn more about Undocumented Student Action Week, visit their official webpage.
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