Educator Preview Day for #UndocuHustle Learning Hub
The #UndocuHustle Learning Hub is a platform for anyone, regardless of immigration status, to learn about income generation through entrepreneurship. Join us on Educator Preview Day to learn ways that you can use the #UndocuHustle Learning Hub to enhance learning experiences and help undocumented students learn about income and career possibilities through entrepreneurship. Learn More
Immigrants Rising’s Resource Guide on Systemic Racism
Be an ally and advocate for racial justice. Here’s a list of resources that you can use to learn and educate others on systemic racism and anti-Blackness and find social justice organizations fighting against white supremacy. Learn More
Strengthening Your Campus Website for Undocumented Students
With many campuses offering online-only or hybrid classes in the 2020-21 academic year, campus websites play an even greater role in reaching undocumented students and providing vital information. We’ve created this resource so that you can use to build or strengthen your campus’ website to increase undocumented students’ access and success—whether your institution is getting started or taking it to the next level. Learn More
2021 Educational Resource Binder
Our Educational Resource Binder is filled with crucial, up-to-date information educators, students and allies can use to increase college access for undocumented students in California. Our new 2021 edition will be available for download or print order starting Wednesday, September 9.
Leadership Opportunity for Prospective High School Educators
This year, we’re happy to expand our leadership opportunity for students and young professionals interested in pursuing a career in high school education in California. Please stay tuned for an email update in the following weeks!
“There’s a ceiling with DACA. Yes, you can work, but there is a ceiling. And that ceiling I wanted to shatter.”
Nancy, former Entrepreneurship Fellow, decided to leave the U.S. to expand her business and grow professionally. She was granted legal residency in Canada and gained the freedom to travel internationally — something that would have been extremely complicated with a DACA status. Read Nancy’s story