Exploring an element of your identity as it relates to your unique career development journey is important. You might be here seeking support groups and resources to help you navigate through the reflective or actionable stages of transitioning to life after SU. We have curated sample resources here, including the story below.
Here are local, national, and/or global links with brief descriptions on how and why you might be able to utilize them. Please keep in mind that these links are simply a sampling of potential resources.
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project: www.nwirp.org
Connect with a community seeking to empower all people, regardless of where they are born. Legal support and resources are provided, in addition to community events, including events from Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network.
Washington Dream Coalition: washingtondreamcoalition.org
Community-based organizing, education, and advocacy addressing the inequities and obstacles faced by undocumented immigrants in Washington state.
United We Dream: unitedwedream.org
The largest immigrant youth-led network provides online resources, toolkits, and involvement opportunities.
A first-of-its-kind space for black undocumented folks to heal, organize, and be empowered by each other. The Convening will create a safe space for black undocumented folks to develop acceptance, to own their stories, and be active in creating change for our communities.
My Undocumented Life: mydocumentedlife.org.
My Undocumented Life aims to provide timely and practical information for undocumented immigrants, including scholarship opportunities and tips on navigating the education system.
Whether you’re an undergraduate student, graduate student, or alumni within one year of graduation, the Career Engagement Office invites you to come in for an individual appointment to help expand and/or refine your exploration.