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Information about CCC Undocumented Student Action Week: https://www.cccco.edu/Students/Support-Services/Special-population/Undocumented-Students/Undocumented-Student-Action-Week
We will continue to update this page as new information comes in, but you can visit the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office for more information on the Legal Services Project: https://www.cccco.edu/Students/Support-Services/Special-population/Undocumented-Students/Legal-Services
Here is more information about the Legal Service Providers by region throughout the state: https://www.cccco.edu/Students/Support-Services/Special-population/Undocumented-Students/Legal-Services/legal-service-providers
CCC Legal Services Project Website. This site includes the list of legal services provides by college:https://www.cccco.edu/Students/Support-Services/Special-population/Undocumented-Students/Legal-Services
Cabrillo College Dream Resource Program https://www.cabrillo.edu/equity/dream-resource-program/
Contact Information for the California Community College Legal Services Project: Alonso Garcia firstname.lastname@example.org
David O'Brien, Vice Chancellor of Governmental Relationsdobrien@cccco.edu
Our partners at the Immigrant Legal Resource Center have developed resources you can share directly with students: https://www.ilrc.org/community-resources
#BeBold and #BCProud - these are the Bakersfield College mottos :)
Bakersfield Undocumented Students Website: https://www.bakersfieldcollege.edu/student/undocumentedstudents
As I listen and read the comments, I have identified 3 groups we need to empower: 1) empower more students with the information to access these resources, 2) empowering trustees to understanding this student population and what they can do as leaders of our districts, and 3) amplifying support for college leaders who are designated to lead this work. What 3 groups or individuals did you track that need to be brought along/empowered?
Here is the link to the CDSS website: https://www.cdss.ca.gov/immigration-services