Resources for AB540 Students
You may contact Professor Curry by phone at 408.924.5310 or by email at Julia.Curry@sjsu.edu for further information.
Napolitano Immigration Reform for Young People
Secretary Napolitano Announcement and Fact Sheet with links.
Educators For Fair Consideration (E4FC)-the best resources for AB540 students in the Bay Area.
Updates forthcoming (Jan. 2012)
AB540 Symposium at SJSU
Saturday, April 21 from 10:00-1:00 (with registration at 9:30 am)
Location: event takes place onSJSU Campus Martin Luther King Jr., Library, Room 225/229
Free and Open to the Public
The Program includes the following:
Overview of AB540, AB130 and AB131Applying to College-Community College, CSU, UC and Private Universities
Funding your Eduation
Beyond the BA
Sponsors: Chicano/Latino Faculty and Staff Association and Mexican American Studies Department
Please register for logistical planning.
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Over 65,000 undocumented students graduate from high school each year across the United States. At least 25,000 are from the state of California. Due to their immigration status, these students encounter many barriers to achieving their higher education dreams. This symposium will provide information to students, parents and administrators on AB540, AB130 and AB131, admissions advising, alternative financial aid opportunities, and current AB540 students will share their experiences during and after University.
The conference is free of charge. For planning purposes, please register online by April 19, 2012 An email confirming registration will be sent prior to the event.
All attendees must register individually.
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