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The following resources are not affiliated with Stanford, but are meant to provide additional support either while away from campus or to have additional guidance to navigate your time at Stanford.
- Immigrants Rising strives to embrace and nurture undocumented youths’ multi-dimensional and intersectional identities by providing legal services, financial support, resources to develop leadership skills, and mental health resources.
- Dreams Fellows SF are paired with local immigrant-serving organizations and gain hands-on experience as a part of this paid San-Francisco based leadership and professional development program.
- PhDreamers (Pre-Health Dreamers) is a network of health career bound undocumented students and offers resources and information on career pathways, graduate level education, internships and job opportunities as well as doing advocacy work around institutional change.
- My Undocumented Life is an online platform filled with resources for undocumented high school, college, and graduate students, their families, and allies posting scholarship opportunities, strategies for navigating the educational system, information on how to apply for DACA, news on immigration policies and more.
- Undocumented Employees' Rights in California a nonprofit legal services organization, consists of free clinics and helplines, free legal information, policy advocacy, and litigation as their main strategies to enforce and strengthen workers’ rights.
- UndocuBlack has local chapters in Washington D.C., Los Angeles and New York and a network of currently and formerly undocumented Black people that strive to develop leadership skills, work around advocacy and local organizing, and provides mental wellness resources.
- UndocuProfessionals offers networking events, workshops, a mentorship program, conferences, and more all as a part of their mission to support undocumented professionals in achieving their career goals.