The UndocuAdvocate Program for Educators (UPE) is an opportunity for educators to engage in shared knowledge and opportunities regarding serving and advocating alongside the undocumented and immigrant student community at UC Davis.
Through discussions on laws, policies, mental health, support, and access, educators will gain a better understanding of the undergraduate and graduate undocumented and immigrant student experience. This interactive course is intended to be a first step and investment in analyzing the current resources within your unit and creating a more accessible and equitable experience for undocumented and immigrant students at UC Davis.
Each UPE training is a comprehensive three-hour-long session that includes four different areas of focus presented by our facilitators: Legal Landscape, Mental Health, College Access, and Support, and Student Narratives. Each section offers in-depth information, thus we require registered participants to plan ahead for full attendance.
We invite you to join us in connecting with fellow colleagues and exploring ideas and services that support undocumented immigrant students at UC Davis. We look forward to connecting with you at one of our upcoming UPE sessions!
Please view our UPE Dates and Registration page for the next upcoming program!
For a list of UPE participants who have completed our 3-hour training please visit our Allies page.