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DREAMers Trainings

Thank you all who attended our DREAMers training in May 2017.

Information about upcoming trainings:


Multicultural Student Services is partnering with DREAMers Club to host the first student led, I DREAM conference.

This conference is geared towards informing educators and staff from all areas about the lives of undocumented students, support services needed and best practices when serving undocumented students. Students and parents will also be invited to additional workshops.

When: Friday, May 4th 2018

Time: 8:30am-3:30PM ( TBC )

Where: Skagit Valley College

How to register? Information will be coming soon

Resources for Faculty and Staff

The National Immigration Law Center for students has provided recommendations for those thinking of applying for or renewing DACA:

 Skagit Valley College’s Undocumented Student Webpage provides information to students, faculty and staff about community and national resources, scholarships, contact information, events and general information:

The following is a resource guide from the U.S. Department of EducationResource Guide: Supporting Undocumented Youth.

A guide for Educators and School Support Staff: Immigrant and Refugee Children- In this pdf you will find tools and resources to help protect and prepare youth and families in case of an immigration and customs enforcement (ICE) Raid.

Northwest Immigrants’ Rights Project  has provided an advisory document regarding DACA Program after Presidential Election:

Skagit Immigrant Rights Council The Skagit Immigrant Rights Council provides advocacy, community and services in Skagit County to guarantee the human rights of immigrants and their families. Visit their website at

In addition, The Undocumented Student Task Force was charged to develop a series of recommendations in Spring 2016 for the college to implement best practices in the following years. If you have any questions, please contact