When searching for a job, you may feel like you’re not qualified enough to get it. But you are. Here’s how to take your doubts and struggles and turn them into strengths, according to Aimée Eubanks Davis, founder and CEO of Braven.
This article goes over your rights and strategies for navigating the conversation if a potential employer does as you an illegal question in an interview.
This is a resource compiled for CSU students who are undocumented that includes career options, professional development ideas while at CSU, names of supporters in all colleges, and alumni who are happy to support and mentor you during your educational and career journey.
This guide can help you find work as a non-citizen.
Your immigration status can impact your ability to get a job, go to college, or remain in the United States. Check out this site to find out information you need to know about your rights and how to get legal help. It also covers how to become a U.S. citizen and other information on work visas.
The CSU Career Center has put together a list of professions that generally require state licensure. These may include testing, fees, and may be prohibitive to individuals who are undocumented.
The National Conference of State Legislature site overviews licensure states that have acted to reduce barriers for immigrants to obtain professional licenses through legislation, the governor’s office or creating a task force.
CSU students who have a strong desire to be engaged in entrepreneurship can pursue this 24-credit minor developed for business and non-business students.
Do you know your rights? These easy-to-use resources were created by the ACLU so you can have your rights at your fingertips.
Undocumented and DACA students find internships, resources and much more!
Your complete and total guide to being an undocumented student. Find information from being in school to finding work once you graduate.
Become an entrepreneur. Learn how with this website specifically geared towards ASSET, DACA, and undocumented students.