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Welcome to our Resource Library page!
Here you will find freely accessible resources to help you expand your knowledge and/or train others about the experiences and needs of undocumented and mixed students family students.
SACRAMENTO STATE UndocuAlly Training
This research-informed UndocuAlly training video was created to help faculty, counselors, administrators, and staff at Sacramento State to learn about the experiences of undocumented and mixed-status family college students, as well as ways to support these students’ practical and psychological needs. The video features real stories from undocumented and mixed-status college students and is organized into three modules:
(1) Basic Immigration Terms and Policies
(2) Living with Undocumented Status
(3) Supportive Practices and Resources
The training requires 1.5 hours for full completion, and each module concludes with a quiz to assess the viewers' understanding.
If you have completed the training, please complete this survey to receive an UndocuAlly certificate of completion and be listed in the Dreamer Resource Center’s UndocuAlly Registry. You will also receive an UndocuAlly logo for your email signature and a digital UndocuAlly information packet that summarizes important information from the training and includes additional resources to support undocumented and mixed-status family students.
If you have any questions or concerns about the UndocuAlly Training, please contact the Dreamers Resource Center via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
K-12 UndocuAlly Training
This training is for educators, counselors, administrators, and others working with undocumented students at the K-12 level. It helps viewers learn about students’ experiences and how to be supportive. The training consists of a pre-recorded video and a discussion guide to facilitate group conversation and/or personal reflection. The video features expert scholars, educators, and undocumented students who share their experiences and provide practical recommendations for support. The training can be used for individual viewing and/or to facilitate group trainings.
Undocumented Stress Cycle Webinar Series
This four-part webinar series is for professionals seeking to support the well-being of young people impacted by undocumented status. In the series, Dr. Basia Ellis, sociocultural psychologist, immigration scholar, and Associate Professor of Child and Adolescent Development at Sacramento State, introduces the “undocumented stress cycle.” Dr. Ellis discusses helpful, research-informed practices for educators and other professionals to support undocumented and mixed-status young people.
- Webinar 1: Understanding the Undocumented Stress Cycle
- Webinar 2: Psychological First Aid and Immediate Support for Young People Impacted by Undocumented Status
- Webinar 3: From Concern to Community: Social Supports to Heal and Promote Self-Determined Lives
- Webinar 4: Healthy Activism and Long-Term Well-Being: What does it take?