Empowering undocumented young people to achieve educational and career goals
E4FC 2017-18 Cohort. Photo by Diana Arreola
“Working with E4FC has been very challenging, rewarding and beneficial. I have built a network with some of the most amazing people I could ever imagine!” Jennyfer, 2017 -18 Community Engagement Fellow
At Educators For Fair Consideration we believe education is the key to personal transformation. The opportunity to learn, whether it is in a classroom, at a job site or in other forms, gives individuals agency to improve their own lives.
However, undocumented young people have limited access to professional development programs that offer hands-on experience while fostering community building and peer-support.
E4FC offers fellowships to develop the leadership capacity of undocumented young people.Fellows benefit from career training, mentorship, professional development, and opportunities to educate and empower the undocumented community. Here is an overview of the fellowships we offer:
Community Engagement Fellowship (BAY AREA ONLY):Expand your knowledge about educational access and topics affecting undocumented young people while supporting high schools develop and implement sustainable support systems for undocumented students.
Entrepreneurship Fellowship (NATIONWIDE): Learn to present about entrepreneurship opportunities open to all immigrants, regardless of status; research and build a network that supports entrepreneurs in your locale, region or community.