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DACA/Undocumented

CAPD is dedicated to helping all MIT students, including those who are undocumented or have Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) status. We admire the determination, problem solving ability and resilience of these community members and strive to provide the appropriate support.

E-MAP Program Applications Due May 11, 2022

Through the E-Mentor Advocate Partnership (E-MAP) Program, the Office of Minority Education (OME) works closely with MIT alumni and corporate and government partners (known as the Industrial Advisory Council for Minority Education, or IACME) to promote the direct involvement of …

By Kendel Jester
Kendel Jester Career Advisor
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Making money regardless of immigration status

Immigrants Rising provides resources to generate income through entrepreneurship and freelancing.

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Scholarships for Hispanic and Latino/a Students

The following Best Colleges guide by Megan Whitenton explores essential scholarships that can help Hispanic and Latino/a students find success.
Read the full article here.

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Life After College: A Guide for Undocumented Students

While initially it may seem as though undocumented students have limited options upon
graduating from college, this guide is intended to shed light on the possibilities that
do exist. The guide has been written to be as inclusive and comprehensive …

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Fee Waivers for the LSAT & Credential Assembly

The Law School Admission Council’s fee waiver program is designed for law school candidates who are financially under-resourced, with the goal of increasing equity and access to legal education. This program is part of their mission to reduce barriers for …

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