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Effective Practices Toolkit
Resources on successful programs, policies, and services other colleges are providing DREAMers
An overview of alternative ways to earn a living without work authorization, as well as information about funding available for undocumented students interested in pursuing graduate/professional school.
Webinar: “Supporting Undocumented Students via Resource Centers: What Institutions can Learn from New Research and Best Practices”
TheDream.US, The Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration, and the UndocuScholars Project at UCLA co-sponsored this webinar presenting the findings of two new studies: “In Their Own Words, Higher Education, DACA & TPS: Results from a National Survey of TheDream.US Scholars;” and “Undocumented Student Resource Centers (USRCs): Institutional Supports for Undocumented Students.” Leaders from USRCs discuss their effective practices and how to start, run, and sustain these centers.
Webinar on Practices to Support DREAMers Post-Election
This PPT showcases practices Partner Colleges are putting in place to support DREAMers after the recent elections. To listen to a recording of the webinar click here.
TheDream.US Ally Training Presentation
This presentation can be used in its entirety or it can be customized to train college faculty, staff and administrators on the barriers DREAMers face and how colleges can provide a supportive environment where DREAMers can thrive and graduate.
UWDN Institutional Toolkit
This toolkit helps educators work with their institutions to increase the resources and support systems available to undocumented students at their school. It provides a variety of information and highlights effective practices implemented by universities across the nation. The toolkit was developed by United We Dream Network, the largest immigrant youth-led organization in the nation.
The online MSW program at the University of Southern California has published an infographic about the mental health effects of deportation on children.