Life After DACA

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

While initially it may seem as though undocumented students have limited options upon graduating from college, this guide is intended to shed light on the possibilities that do exist. The guide has been written to be as inclusive and comprehensive as possible by including personal narratives, student testimonials and advice from experts. It is my desire that undocumented students and allies read through this guide and walk away feeling encouraged and unafraid of the next step. 

 

The following Life After College site provided by Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC) provides an array of information in preparing for career opportunities beyond college. This 73-page guide contains valuable information, tips, and resources to help undocumented students navigate life after graduation. While initially it may seem as though undocumented students have limited options upon graduating from college, this guide is intended to shed light on the possibilities that do exist. The guide has been written to be as inclusive and comprehensive as possible by including personal narratives, student testimonials and advice from experts. We hope that undocumented students and allies read this guide and feel encouraged and unafraid of the next steps.

 

The following resources introduce the concept of Working for Yourself as an immigrant. Topics discussed include differences between an employee and an independent contractor, tips to start earning a living as an independent contractor and important legal information about working for yourself.