Spring Webinars


Too many undocumented young people believe they are limited in their education and career options. With information, resources, and support, they can see what’s possible and realize their potential.

This Spring, we’re bringing you 5 webinars to share our knowledge on topics related to income generation, career options and institutional support for undocumented students. See below for our webinar topics and intended audiences (all are welcome to attend any of our webinars).

ITINs 101: Everything You Want to Know About ITINs, But Don’t Even Know What to Ask
Francine J. Lipman, William S. Boyd Professor of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas will discuss federal tax rules regarding the application and renewal process for the Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN). Issues such as the timing of ITIN applications and renewals, as well as what documents qualify, and how to effectively use Certified Acceptance Agents will be discussed. Watch Here

Suggested Audience: Students, freelancers, individuals who need to get an ITIN or renew an existing ITIN

We’re excited to partner with the University of California Office of the President to deliver a training about income generation opportunities for UC undocumented students and alumni, including DACA recipients. Non-UC students may also attend the webinar. Register Here

Suggested Audience: UC students and alumni, but open to anyone

Learn how colleges can establish research, learning or teaching fellowships that are not employment-based; provide entrepreneurial classes or programs; and refer students and alumni to entrepreneurial ventures, independent contracting, worker cooperatives, and other opportunities beyond campus. Watch Here

Suggested Audience: college educators and administrators

Undocumented students face fear for their own and their family’s safety, but there are proven strategies that can help make schools welcoming, supportive, and safe environments. This webinar will introduce educators to safety measures and institutional practices that increase high school attendance and college enrollment while protecting student safety. Watch Here

Suggested Audience: High school educators

Immigrants are already a vibrant force in the U.S. economy and have the potential to contribute much more. This training module will provide educators with information on how students can engage in career training and paid opportunities regardless of their immigration status. Watch Here

Suggested Audience: High school educators