April 2020 Newsletter

Beyond DACA – Resources While Waiting for the DACA Decision

The Supreme Court will soon announce its decision on the future of DACA. Here are some resources you can access now while you wait for the decision. Learn More

We are LIVE on Instagram to Answer Undocumented Students’ Questions About Going to College

Are you an undocumented high school or transfer student in California who wants to go to college? Do you have questions about how to apply, attend, or pay for college? Join us LIVE on Instagram to get the support you need. Learn More

CA Educators: Learn How to Strengthen Your Campus Website for Undocumented Students

As colleges and universities transition to online services, it is vital that all students are able to access accurate information regarding their admissions, financial aid, and available services—especially undocumented students who have been disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 crisis. Our new guide helps you strengthen your campus website for undocumented students. Learn More

Easier Access to the Resources You Need

We’ve changed our website to make it easier for undocumented young people and their allies to explore topics that match their primary interests. Learn More

This Month’s Entrepreneurship Fund Kickstarter Grant Winners

Congratulations to our Kickstarter Grant Winners who will receive support for their entrepreneurial projects: MuseRoom and Red Hair Salon. Learn More 

New Resources

Independent Contractor Brainstorming Worksheet
This worksheet helps you brainstorm the type of gig work and professional services you can provide as an independent contractor, regardless of your immigration status. Learn More

A Guide to Providing Mental Health Services to Immigrants Impacted by Changes to DACA and the COVID-19 Pandemic
This guide provides mental health providers who wish to work with DACA recipients, or who are currently providing services to them, with introductory content to develop competencies to work with this community. Learn More

Community Stories

“My entrepreneurship was born out of necessity and my passion for art.”

Bo Thai, Entrepreneurship Ambassador and an undocumented artist from Thailand, talks about his entrepreneurial drive. Learn More