The Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA) Scholarship Program was created to assist students of Hispanic descent in California achieve their educational goals. The HPRA Scholarship Program recognizes outstanding undergraduate academic achievement and community service among students who are pursuing a career… Read More ›
Pre-Health Dreamers: Growing community of pre-health undocumented students!
Are you undocumented and thinking about a career in the science or health field? Check out Pre-Health Dreamers, a network that investigates and shares information on career pathways for pre-health undocumented students as well as advocates for more progressive institutional and… Read More ›
Are you undocu(or DACA)mented and want to go to graduate school?
In addition to providing information and sharing my own experiences as an undocumented grad student through this online blog, it is my hope to also share the stories of fellow future, current, and former UndocuGrads. The latest posts of former… Read More ›
“CSUN Dreamers Approved on First Ever CSU Resource Center”
Congratulations to Dreams to be heard, undocumented youth-led organization at CSU Northridge, for their continuous achievements as they strive to provide support and resources for undocumented students. “After nearly a year-and-a-half of tenacious meetings with the California State University, Northridge… Read More ›
“2014 Dream Summer” applications are now available!
The Dream Summer National Internship Program is a project of the UCLA Labor Center’s Dream Resource Center. It is a national ten-week, full-time leadership development program run by and for immigrant youth leaders. Entering its fourth year, the program will continue to… Read More ›
Renewing your DACA
DACA renewal forms are not ready yet. The US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) is working on changes to the forms and has not announced how to renew DACA. Here is what you can do while you wait: 1. Save… Read More ›
Meet UndocuGrad Laura, MA in Higher Education
By LAURA (Interviewed by Carolina ) Laura was born in Mexico City and lived there until the age of 4. She migrated to the U.S. in 1992, 21 years ago, to a small rural town in central Washington State. This… Read More ›
Meet UndocuGrad Fabiola, MA in Public Health from UCLA
By FABIOLA Fabi was born in Oaxaca, Mexico and came to the US in 1992 when she was 5 years old. Last year, she graduated from the UCLA School of Public Health with a Masters in Public Health (MPH). Currently, she… Read More ›
Meet UndocuGrad Juan, MA in Public Policy from Florida State University
By JUAN (Interviewed by Carolina) Juan was born in Caracas, Venezuela. His parents brought Juan to the United States at the age of 11, in the year 2000. Due to political turmoil, and a surge in violence to which Juan and… Read More ›
“UndocuGrads”: Undocumented students navigating graduate school
Ever wondered: Can I go to graduate school if I am undocumented? How different is the process for me than for my documented counterparts? Are there other undocumented immigrants who have gone to graduate school? How did they do it? The profiles… Read More ›