In this episode, our hosts engage in a critical discussion asking: What is activism? And the ways we can all think of ourselves as activists. Finally, we cover the Dreamer Tour Guanajuato 2019, where multiple returnees and deportees gathered in a retreat where they are creating a network for Mexicans who are returning back to their country of birth. UndocuTalks is a podcast produced by immigrant youth centered on the premise of informing, educating, and sharing culture. Show Hosts: Melisa Garcia @melichapoeta Alejandro Mendiaz-Rivera @alejandromagno31 Rafael A. Martinez @undocu_scholar Creative Segments: Paola Monarrez @pmonarrez Rossy Evelin Lima DePadilla @rossyevelima Sound Engineer: Froilan Orozco - firstname.lastname@example.org
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ADAC Aspire scholarship
The Arizona Dream Act Coalition (ADAC) is accepting applications for this year’s Aspire scholarship opportunity. ADAC is an immigrant youth-led organization that advocates for the educational and human rights of undocumented immigrants. Their 2019-2020 scholarship is open to undocumented students who graduated from a high school in Arizona and are pursuing a higher education. Note: “The award amount for this scholarship is $2,000, which will be paid to the college or university of your choice to be applied toward your tuition for the 2019-2020 academic year.” Here are the eligibility requirements for this scholarship: “- Have graduated from an Arizona high school or earned their high school equivalency diploma (HSE diploma) by June 18th, 2019; – Be enrolled part-time or full-time for the upcoming fall and spring semester at a public college/university in Arizona; – Have DACA or eligible non-citizen as defined by FAFSA; – Be between the ages of 18 and 24” The deadline to apply is May 1, 2019
Job Opportunity: DREAM Program Student Services Specialist at Mt. SAC
The DREAM Program at Mt. San Antonio College is an educational program that provides academic, career, and counseling support to undocumented students. The program is currently seeking a student services specialist who “under general supervision, provides a variety of complex technical and support services for students in various specialized areas to facilitate students’ access to education and training. Incumbents in this classification may perform specific duties related to the particular program assignment. These may include performing or facilitating duties such as: testing accommodation, in-classroom scribing, proctoring, furniture accessibility, interpreting and captioning, matriculation, admissions, application, case management, and self-sufficiency services; provides information and assistance to students regarding program eligibility, applications, registration, student records, and admissions; identifies student needs and refers students to other campus or community resources, as appropriate; provides assistance for a wide variety of assignments related to the administration of program projects and services.” The salary for this job opportunity is $4,324- $5,519 per month. To learn more about this job and to apply, please visit their official website: Student Specialist Services at Mt SAC DREAM Program Please note that this position was first posted by Mt. SAC. The link to the job posting may not work after the position has been filled.