With these uncertain times and mounting ambiguity surrounding the future of the Undocumented Youth Population in the U.S., CASC is hosting evening seminars throughout California beginning in San Francisco on September 14. These trainings are for those who are interested in becoming allies to undocumented students and understanding on a deeper level the undocumented immigrant experience. Participants will receive an overview of history, laws and policies affecting undocumented youth, and will learn valuable techniques to assist them in developing practices that will enhance the academic success of the undocumented student population they serve. There will be time to learn and share ideas on best practices for supporting undocumented youth. To register please click here.
Dinner is included with registration. $49/Members, $69/Non-members.
Trainer: Norma Salcedo is a social justice educator and higher education professional who has for the past 8 years advocated for the personal and academic success of undocumented students. She assists educators and educational programs across the United States in identifying pedagogical practices and resources needed to successfully support the undocumented student communities. As the AB 540 Dream Coordinator at San Francisco State University, Norma has created a number of initiatives within and outside the institution to create equitable and inclusive opportunities for undocumented students.
When: DATE: September 14, 2018 TIME: 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Where: San Francisco Unified School District, 20 Cook St, San Francisco, CA 94118