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Undocumented Students: Resources & Research: For Faculty & Staff

Create a Sign of Support

Throughout UndocuWeek we'll be posting our ally profiles to the Dream Center Instagram account. If you'd like to be included, please send me a jpeg selife/profile pic with your preferred title as soon as you can! Jessica (silversharpj@smccd.edu).

OR, design your own background and message, including your photo, and send a jpeg file directly to Pam (ortizcerdap@smccd.edu).

Dream Center Newsletter

Subscribing to Skyline's Dream Center Newsletter is one of the best ways to stay up to date on issues affecting our undocumented student community. Contact Pamela Ortiz Cerda to subscribe: Ortizcerdap@smccd.edu.

Join the Dream Center Task Force

The Dream Center Task Force is a group of dedicated staff and faculty meeting twice monthly. The Task Force was established in 2017 to provide support for Skyline's Dream Center and undocumented community. You can watch a short video introduction about our work to support students here

No matter what your campus role may be, all staff, students and faculty are welcome to join formally or drop in on meetings occasionally. Contact Pamela Ortiz Cerda or Jessica Silver-Sharp for more information. Or learn more here: Dream Center Task Force Seeks New Members. 

Services for Faculty

Faculty instructors: Are you interested in assigning your students a research topic related to undocumented immigrants? Librarians are available to help you craft your assignment in a way that's most sensitive to our undocumented student population and that's inline with the best library resources available from Skyline College.

Check out Designing Assignments for more information, or request a workshop taught by a librarian.