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How does Immigrants Rising transform lives?


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Jorge Ramos talks with our Entrepreneurship Fund Grantees

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November 2019 Newsletter

Categories: Newsletters

Stories of #Undocuhustle, Heartbreak, and Humor, Newest Kickstarter Grant Winner, DACA Update, and more.

This Month’s Entrepreneurship Fund Kickstarter Grant Winner

Categories: Entrepreneurship Fund Kickstarter Grant, Financial Support, General Announcements

Congratulations to Juan Deoses, who’ll receive support for his entrepreneurial project Centro Familiar, which provides quality mental health services to undocumented children and families who otherwise wouldn’t have access to professional services. Every month we award up to $2,000 short-term, non-renewable funding through our Entrepreneurship Fund Kickstarter Grants.

California Community Colleges’ New Mandate To Serve DACA Students Has No Funding

Categories: California Campus Catalyst Fund, General Announcements, In the Media

"Now that Governor Gavin Newsom has signed AB 1645 into law, California Community Colleges are required to expand resources for undocumented immigrant students. However, there is one major problem with this law: the lack of funding to implement...Earlier this year California Community Colleges reported that only 35 of the system’s 115 community colleges have Dream Resource Centers. The existing centers are supported by a combination of the colleges’ own funding as well as external dollars."

How To Give Immigrant Entrepreneurs The Keys To Succeed

Categories: In the Media

Immigrants Rising is leading the research agenda on immigrants and entrepreneurship in America, along with its UndocuHustle program, which supports immigrants on their path to small business ownership with pitch competitions and mentoring.

California community colleges need money to meet new state law to help dreamers

Categories: California Campus Catalyst Fund, In the Media

Currently, 35 of the system’s 115 community colleges have Dream Resource Centers, according to a report on undocumented students published earlier this year by the California Community Colleges. The existing centers are supported by a combination of the colleges’ own funding as well as external dollars. For example, the California Campus Catalyst Fund, an initiative that supports undocumented students, helps fund centers at colleges including Chabot College in Alameda County, Oxnard College in Ventura County and San Diego Mesa College.