Cal Poly, a nationally-ranked public university on the California Central Coast, is hiring a Dream Center Coordinator who can directly work with undocumented students and their families. More specifically, the Coordinator will assist “with the planning, development, implementation, and assessment… Read More ›
Developing Post-CARES Act Emergency Funding for Undocumented Students at California Community Colleges
The webinar will include strategies and support for faculty and staff to advocated effectively on their campus, an overview of California’s efforts to develop emergency aid at community colleges, an update regarding the California Community College lawsuit against Betsy Devos… Read More ›
Join Webinar on Developing Emergency Funding for Undocumented Students at California Community Colleges!
By RACHEL Join Immigrants Rising on Wednesday June 3rd at 2pm PT for an informative webinar titled, “Developing Post-CARES Act Emergency Funding for Undocumented Students at California Community Colleges.” The webinar will include strategies and support for faculty and staff to… Read More ›
Applications for Covid19 State Financial Assistance for Undocumented Immigrants in California Now Open!
CA Governor Gavin Newsom Source: Rich Pedroncelli / Pool via AP If you are undocumented and live in California, you may be able to qualify for a one-time state-funded disaster relief assistance. Note: “An undocumented adult who qualifies can receive… Read More ›
On April 15, 2020, the Governor of California, Gavin Newsom announced a $125M fund to provide direct financial support to undocumented immigrants and their loved ones who were excluded from the federal government assistance through the CARES Act. The CA… Read More ›
“Social Solidarity: Immigrant Workers and Communities”: Online Summit June 5 and 7 hosted by De Anza College Open to Everyone!
By RACHEL Join HEFAS for their 6th annual summit hosted online June 5th and 7th dedicated to immigrant workers and families! HEFAS is the undocumented student organization at De Anza College, a community college in Cupertino, California, dedicated to empowering students,… Read More ›
The Chicana Latina Foundation (CLF) is a non-profit organization which promotes professional and leadership development of Latinas. Each year, the Foundation awards merit-based scholarships of $1,500 each to Latina college students. Here are the eligibility requirements: “Self-identify as a Chicana… Read More ›
The second annual UndocU conference will be held on April 16-17, 2020 at CSU Long Beach. It will feature papers, presentations, roundtables, performances, and art installations focused on research with and in support of undocumented students, their families, and communities…. Read More ›
The DREAM Program at Mt. San Antonio College is an educational program that provides academic, career, and counseling support to undocumented students. The program is currently seeking a student services specialist who “under general supervision, provides a variety of complex technical and… Read More ›
UC Merced is hiring a coordinator to provide assessment, counseling, and advising to undocumented students. The coordinator will also be responsible for conducting programming for undocumented students and the campus community, including UndocuAlly trainings. The salary for this position ranges… Read More ›