The Grads to Be Program supports undocumented students and students with mixed status families by providing resources and services geared toward enhancing and supporting their academic journey and personal well being. The program fosters a supportive and inclusive campus community, which is essential to the growth of all students, regardless of their status.
This series is specifically designed to provide critical information on immigrants' rights, the District's responsibilities, DACA updates, current refuge/asylee policy, and community resources available to the NOCCCD community to increase our understanding and provide tools to serve our student populations
How to Prepare for ICE Campus and Workplace Enforcement Efforts, Presented by Lisa Ramirez, US Immigration Law Group (March and April 2018)
Know Your Rights & Immigration Issues Affecting OC Communities, Presented by Andres Rivera, Citizenship Program Coordinator and Monica Glicken, Directing Attorney, Immigration Unit, PLC (March 2018)
Community Engagement and Civil Liberties, Presented by Asmaa Ahmed, CAIR and Kately Brazer, CHIRLA (March 2018)