Saturday Dec. 10th, from 9-2:30pm
SDSU Arts & Letters 201
These are post-election times and many of us are uncertain of what to expect for our immigrant communities under President-elect Trump. In response to this, San Diego Dream Team, along with Education without Borders at SDSU have partnered up and will be the proud hosts of the 1st Annual UndocuYouth Conference for immigrant youth and families who are uncertain. There will be numerous workshops on resources and several other topics.
Workshops will include:
- Know Your Rights
- Health Care
- Deportation Defense
- and more!
Stay tuned for workshop updates!
RSVP at: Tinyurl.com/MovingForwardSD
Space is limited, please RSVP to reserve spot and lunch.
Childcare will be provided
For questions, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
1st Annual UndocuYouth Conference
Summer Academy at UCSD
For students in Humanities majors
(Preferably Honors students, but anyone interested should check it out).
July 3 - August 4, 2017
Apply to participate in an academic transition program designed especially for SDCCD transfer students majoring in History, Literature, Philosophy and academic programs in the Humanities at UC San Diego.
This academy for our district’s students is made available through the Mellon Foundation Grant that were awarded this fall. There will be 30-35 spots available from three campuses: City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges.
Prof. Kelly Mayhew, Ph.D.
Honors Program Co-Coordinator
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