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Tips for Faculty and Staff

Tips for Faculty and Staff

The National Immigration Law Center for students has provided recommendations for those thinking of applying for or renewing DACA: https://www.nilc.org/issues/daca/

 Skagit Valley College’s Undocumented Student Webpage provides information to students and faculty/staff about community and national resources, scholarships, contact information, events and general information: http://www.skagit.edu/directory.asp_Q_pagenumber_E_574

The following is a resource guide from the U.S. Department of EducationResource Guide: Supporting Undocumented Youth. http://www2.ed.gov/about/overview/focus/supporting-undocumented-youth.pdf

Northwest Immigrants’ Rights Project  has provided an advisory document regarding DACA Program after Presidential Election: https://www.nwirp.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/DACA-Community-Advisory-Post-Election.pdf

Skagit Immigrant Rights Council The Skagit Immigrant Rights Council provides advocacy, community and services in Skagit County to guarantee the human rights of immigrants and their families. Visit their website at http://www.skagitirc.org/

Latino Prep Academy-On December 2nd, from 9am-2:30pm SVC will be hosting Latino Prep Academy on the MV campus. For Latino students, this series of free workshops seeks to provide students with the information, tools and resources they need to achieve post-secondary academic success. Post-election recommendations will be provided for the students attending. For more information, please contact Diana.Peregrina@skagit.edu

In addition, The Undocumented Student Task Force was charged to develop a series of recommendations for the college to implement best practices last year. If you have any questions or recommendations, please contact Yadira.Rosales@skagit.edu