Front desk volunteers are the initial face of the AB540 & Undocumented Student Center. They are responsible fo greeting students and community members. In addition to giving tours of the center each one of our volunteers is knowledgeable of providing information about the resources that we offer here at the center.
Each one of our volunteers are highly talented and we are proud to have them be part of our team. If you are interested in volunteering or learning more about what it takes to be a front desk volunteer please contact Derick Romero
The books and textbooks in the AB540 & Undocumented Lending Library are for the use of UC Davis students and were donated by fellow students. Built in 2016, the Lending Library was created out of the necessity of students. if you would like to see if we have your books in out library please visit https://www.librarything.com/catalog/DreamCommittee
Out of respect for future users, please return the books in the same condition as it was checked out and report any damage to the volunteer in service. Please remember other students are also relying on the textbook and to return the book when it is due.
Outreach Ambassador Program
The Outreach Ambassadors Program serves to develop leaders to empower undocumented students in pursuit of higher education. It’s mission is to build awareness by sharing information on legislative policies and resources that make education more accessible.
As an ambassador you will be trained to help educate the greater community to bring awareness on reaching higher education regardless of their immigration status. In addition, you will able to share resources to help ease the barriers that undocumented students face while navigating higher education, and being a source they can trust.
Some of the responsibilities of the Outreach Ambassadors include
- Tabling at local high schools, community colleges, and conferences
- Host presentations and workshops
- Be able to give tours of the AB540 & Undocumented Student Center
Alfredo Lopez Aguirre
Our weekly newsletter is released at the beginning of the week to provides information about events and resources that are happening in our center as well as in the community. One of our volunteers is in charge of managing and editing the newsletter every week.
If you would like to sign up to receive the newsletter to stay up to date, or if you would like something to be added please contact Alfredo Lopez Aguirre