A growing population of undocumented students have found a safe haven at East Los Angeles College. ELAC is offering unprecedented support for its undocumented and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals students.The Dream Resource Center is a safe zone for undocumented prospective students.
Katya Alvarado is the scholar ambassador of the DRC, and her function as an ambassador of the DRC is an advocate for undocumented students on campus.
The Dream Resource Center provides assistance to AB-540 / SB 68 petitions, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals renewals, California Dream Act, Extended Opportunities Programs & Services, scholarships, referrals to counseling and other supportive services and resources available to students on and off campus.
East Los Angeles College’s Dream Resource Center introduced the center’s newest addition, attorney Stephanie Barrera, and updated students with current immigration info on Thursday.
The Dream Resource Center is holding free self-empowerment workshops next Tuesday and Wednesday for all students.
East Los Angeles College hosted the “Student Life Orientation” event, which consisted of four presentations of different programs that benefit new and current students.
The UndocuHuskies club was started last semester and since then has done everything possible to help undocumented students on the ELAC campus.
The UndocuHuskies club has 15 slots available for a free college tour and retreat for May 10-12 and the deadline to apply is March 15.
The new East Los Angeles College club, the Undocu-Huskies has a scholarship of $600 up for grabs with a deadline of this Friday at 11:59 p.m. The idea for the club came from a meeting between the current members and Dream Resource Center’s Maira Cruz. The group quickly decided that creating a club was key to helping students at ELAC.
The East Los Angeles Career and Job Services Department held a career panel at the South Gate Campus that highlighted undocumented and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals professionals on Thursday.
The Dream Resource Center held a web conference and film screening for Undocumented Student Week of Action in the Writing Center yesterday.
By Roslin Ojeda The Dream Resource Center will be hosting an ice cream social in an effort to continue reaching out to undocumented students. The event will take place May 10 from noon to 1:30 in E3-470. Brian Henderson, who is helping coordinate the event, said the ice cream social is a celebration of all they have accomplished so far as well as a place for students to drop by…