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Resources for Immigrant Students

This list includes information on organizations which provide financial and other aid to immigrant students, without regard to their immigration status.  

  • Jack Kent Cooke Foundation - The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s scholarship programs are designed to encourage and support outstanding students who work hard and have financial need. Our scholarships provide financial assistance and academic support to high school, undergraduate, and graduate students.

  • For People of Color, Inc - Since its founding in 2000, For People of Color, Inc. (“FPOC”) has provided free, high-quality law school admissions consulting services to thousands of prospective law school applicants. FPOC is widely recognized as a leader in its efforts to diversify the profession. Its workshops and publications are credited with assisting students gain admission to the country’s most selective law schools.

  • MALDEF - Since MALDEF's founding, the civil rights organization has supported the next generation of civil rights advocates for the Latino community. MALDEF currently offers: a Scholarship Resource Guide for high school, college, and graduate students; and a Law School Scholarship Program for law students.

  • Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute - Supporting education is a crucial part of our mission to develop the next generation of Latino leaders. CHCI offers six Scholar-Intern Programs that provide not only monetary support, but hands-on experience in various fields. From media to health care to business, CHCI’s Scholar-Intern programs will help you gain important skills while earning money for your education.

Immigrants Rising Educational Resource Binder for Undocumented Students
Please refer to the newest edition of the Immigrants Rising Educational Resource Binder for Undocumented Students as provided above by Immigrants Rising for information on removing institutional barriers for all Undocumented Students to make the goal of Higher Education, a reality.

Swap Meet Justice - Immigration Legal Aid Fairs

Swap Meet Justice is a last-Sunday-of-the-month citizenship fair at the Oxnard College Swap Meet from 9:00-3:00pm. Here we are joined by volunteer immigration lawyers who answer questions and and community members who support and fill out USCIS paperwork for citizenship, DACA and green card renewals, as well as voter registration and Selective Service applications. Forms for fee waivers for those qualified will be filled out as well. We also provide study materials, listings of classes and other resources our applicants may need.

There is no charge for assistance and we encourage volunteers, especially those with bilingual skills, to join us in this service. No appointment is needed and applicants are not required to be Ventura County residents. Training for new volunteers is provided before every fair at 8:30 am.

Radio Indigena en VIVO . Radio Indigena LIVE.

Join us for our monthly chatting with an immigration lawyer, Vanessa Frank, and the hosts from Radio Indigena and MICOP.

Ventura Pier
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