The upcoming free webinar on Wednesday October 19, 2022 from 3-4:30 pm ET/12-1:30 pm PT titled “Uplifting Campus Resources: Effective Practices to Support Undocumented Students in Higher Education” focuses on initiatives and best practices that campus leaders and practitioners have implemented to support undocumented students with and without work authorization. This webinar is co-hosted by the Presidents’ Alliance On Higher Education and Immigration, TheDream.US, fwd.us, Informed Immigrant, and Immigrants Rising.
The webinar is open to everyone including students (in high school, college, and graduate school), practitioners, educators, campus leaders, and anyone else interested in learning more about effective practices for undocumented students in higher education.
“Leading campus and organizational experts will share new campus resources and models. Participants will hear about student experiences, graduate school and career pathways, non-employment based opportunities, how to start a dream center, communities and practice, and more.”
Luz Bertadillo Rodriguez, Project Manager of State and Campus Policy Initiatives, The Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration
Tanya Cabrera, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Inclusion, University of Illinois Chicago
Hyein Lee, Director of Measurement and Evaluation, TheDream.US
Erika Rosales, Director of Center for Dreamers, UW-Madison
Ariana Aparicio Aguilar, PhD student at UC Riverside and Graduate Fellow at Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration
Rachel E. Freeman-Wong, Director of Strategy and Outreach, My Undocumented Life, and author of UndocuScholars research brief on Undocumented Student Resource Centers at community colleges
Trisha Mazumder, author of UndocuScholars research brief on Undocumented Student Resource Centers at community colleges
To register for the event, go to this link.
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