Past Events and Recordings
Join the Cerritos College Community and your UndocuFalcon Scholars Program Team to learn about resources and get involved during Undocu Week of Action (flyer).
UndocuFalcon Scholars Program Orientation & Open House | Tuesday, October 17th |
11:30 AM to 1:30 PM | Santa Barbara Building | Free Pizza and Cookies
Meet the staff and learn about the resources available to Undocu/AB540/Dreamer students and students from mixed status families. Connect with campus resources, including UndocuLeaders, Financial Aid, and Transfer Center. Meet representatives from the Dreamer Resource Centers at nearby UCs and CSUs, including Cal State Dominguez Hills and Cal State Los Angeles. Grab some pizza, connect with resources and allies, and get involved.
Workshop: ITIN/Employment 101 with Sharet Garcia | Wednesday, October 18th | 5PM |
Zoom, Meeting ID: 840 3752 7860 | Passcode: ITIN
Curious about self-employment and the ITIN? Join this workshop to learn the best tips to apply for self-employment jobs and opportunities regardless of immigration status. Presented by Sharet Garcia, UndocuProfessional Founder, you’ll learn the 101 basics about ITIN and self-employment.
Did you miss this workshop? Watch the recording!
The UndocuQueer Experience, Featuring Edwin Soto Saucedo | Thursday, October 19 |
11:30 AM | LC155 | Snacks Provided
As a fearless advocate for immigrant rights, diversity, equity, and inclusion, Edwin (he/they/él/elle) currently serves as the Equity & Inclusion Program Manager at SAG-AFTRA (Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists), the world’s largest entertainment union. In his role, Edwin advocates for the increased employment of diverse artists and professionals within the entertainment and media industries. Hear his story as an UndocuQueer person and his experience of “coming out twice.”
Film Screening: Which Way Home | Thursday, October 19th | 5 PM Doors Open | 5:15 PM
Film Starts | Conference Center | Free Pizza and Cookies
This 2009 documentary follows several children from Mexico and Central America on the treacherous journey to reach the United States atop “La Bestia,” a freight train that traverses Mexico. The impactful stories of these children paint the picture of thousands of Latin American migrants that attempt this dangerous trip each year. The film runs about 90 minutes and it will be followed by a short discussion. Ask you instructors if extra credit might be offered for attending.
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