October 27, 2017 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Fullerton College, College Center Conference Room 228

THIS EVENT IS ONLY OPEN TO STAFF, FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATORS -
 District employees please register on the District-wide Staff Development Registration Calendar

COMPREHENSIVE SESSION REGARDING ENHANCING YOUR KNOWLEDGE IN WORKING WITH UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS.  INTERESTED IN LEARNING FIRST-HAND WHAT IT IS LIKE TO BE AN UNDOCUMENTED PERSON IN THE UNITED STATES?  PLEASE JOIN THE GRADS TO BE PROGRAM FOR ANOTHER INFORMATIVE, PRACTICAL AND INTERACTIVE SESSION.

Presenters:

Faculty Panel: Your colleagues will present on their previous experience as undocumented individuals. This provides a unique perspective in enhancing our understanding in working with our students.

Lawyer: Will discuss faculty and staffs’ rights in dealing with ICE, students’ protection on campus, handling of confidential student information and many more related issues.

Psychologist: A presentation regarding the intersectionality with LBTBQ+ and undocumented status, psycho-social cultural issues impacting this community and interactive session with case scenarios and recommendations.

This workshop is hosted by Fullerton College Staff Development

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