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Looking for experience? Make an appointment with Dominican’s Career and Professional Success Office located in the Student Success and Engagement office (Crown Link 100) in person, through email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or calling (708) 524-6786 (careers.dom.edu)!
You can also visit their website here for more information or, contact Associate Director Maria Gutierrez for more information! Email: email@example.com
Complied by Dominican's Maria Gutierrez and the Office of Career Development, this guide provides opportunities and information for DACA and undocumented students. This document includes direction for internships, networking, school organizations, continuing your eduction, financial assistance, career advise, and much more.
Dominican University is committed to participating in the creation of a more just and humane world by allowing students to pursue their own truth and give compassionate service. To help prepare students to do so, Career and Professional Success, with support of the larger Student Success and Engagement division, is proposing inclusive on-campus, non-employment-based opportunities that seek to provide an experiential learning opportunity for all students.
Working as an independent contractor is a great way to earn a living or to make extra income. As an independent contractor, you have the autonomy to set your own guidelines for how you want to work and when. Anyone, regardless of immigration status, may engage in independent contractor work without work authorization or an SSN.
Immigrants Rising’s Entrepreneurship Fund provides grants to undocumented entrepreneurs working to create positive social change. The Fund showcases the talents of undocumented young people and amplifies the positive impact of their work.