Resources for UndocuAllies

Staff and Faculty

AB 540 Ally Training Project

Department of Education Resource Guide

Immigrants Rising's Top 10 Ways to Support Undocumented Students

Immigrants Rising's Educational Binder

United We Dream's toolkits


Paying for College

DREAMer’s Roadmap app

DACA Scholars app

Immigrants Rising's undergraduate scholarships

Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund's scholarships

TheDream.US' scholarships

Student Advocates for Higher Education Scholarship

SJSU scholarships

Dr. Ernesto Galarza Scholarship

My Undocumented Life blog

Silicon Valley Community Foundation


Life After College

Pre-Health Dreamers

Dream Bar Association


Dreamers in Tech


Immigrants Rising's graduate scholarships

Immigrants Rising's Life After College guide


Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Updates

Unite Here's DACA Guide



Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Updates

Unite Here's TPS Facts



Stay in the Know

National Immigration Law Center

American Civil Liberties Union

Immigration Legal Resource Center

Informed Immigrant

California Immigrant Policy Center


Become a Rapid Responder

Become a rapid responder and attend a Rapid Responder Training led by Sacred Heart Community Service, People Acting in Community Together (PACT) and Pangea Legal Services. In these trainings, you will learn more about the network and how it works, how to conduct legal observation during enforcement activity, and have the opportunity to sign-up for a role within the network. 

Register for upcoming Rapid Responder Trainings here. 

For more information about the Rapid Response Network in Santa Clara County and more opportunities to get engaged, click here.