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E4FC

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Email: j***@***.org

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E4FC

354 Pine Street Suite 700

San Francisco, California,94104

United States

Company Description

Since 2009, E4FC has developed resources to help undocumented students across the United States find scholarships to pay for college. These resources have been assembled and updated by undocumented young people who have participated in E4FC's various programs.... more.

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EDUCATORS FOR FAIR CONSIDERATION (E4FC)

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JOSE IVAN ARREOLA
Training & Community Relations Manager Email: jose@e4fc.org Jose was born in Durango, Mexico and came to the United States when he was four years old. With the unconditional love and support of his family and the guidance of many mentors along the way, Jose went on to study Political Science, History and Ethnic Studies at Santa Clara University - where he received a full scholarship. During his college career, Jose was an outspoken leader on campus around issues of racism, inequality, and oppression. Jose's work culminated as the Executive Director of the Multicultural Center of Santa Clara University. Upon graduation, Jose was trained as a community organizer for racial and economic justice by the Center for Third World Organizing in Oakland, CA. As an undocumented immigrant himself, Jose utilizes his experiences to help empower and support other undocumented immigrants across the country.


EDUCATORS FOR FAIR CONSIDERATION (E4FC)

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JOSE IVAN ARREOLA
Outreach & Organizing Manager Email: jose@e4fc.org Jose was born in Durango, Mexico and came to the United States when he was four years old. With the unconditional love and support of his family and the guidance of many mentors along the way, Jose went on to study Political Science, History and Ethnic Studies at Santa Clara University - where he received a full scholarship. During his college career, Jose was an outspoken leader on campus around issues of racism, inequality, and oppression. Jose's work culminated as the Executive Director of the Multicultural Center of Santa Clara University. Upon graduation, Jose was trained as a community organizer for racial and economic justice by the Center for Third World Organizing in Oakland, CA. As an undocumented immigrant himself, Jose utilizes his experiences to help empower and support other undocumented immigrants across the country.


Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC)

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Jose Arreola, E4FC Director of Educational Equity Initiatives
Author: Jose Arreola, E4FC Training & Community Relations Manager Publish Date: September 2015 Jose Arreola, E4FC Training & Community Relations Manager Publish Date: October 2015


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Jose Arreola, E4FC Director of Educational Equity Initiatives
For other inquiries or requests not addressed above, please email Jose Arreola, Co-Author of UndocuCollege Guide & Equity Tool and Director of Educational Equity Initiatives at E4FC.


www.e4fc.org

Presenter: Jose Arreola (Outreach Manager, E4FC)
Helping Undocumented Students Pay for College Miguel Abad (College Track), Jose Arreola (E4FC), Katharine Gin (E4FC), Chris Heinrich (Smith College School for Social Work), Mitzi Iniguez, (SLAS/EOP, UC Berkeley), Nancy Jodaitis (San Francisco State University), Amy Lee (Laney Community College), Sara Lipton-Carey (Smith College School for Social Work), Tony Press (Retired Teacher), Jessica Samples (College Track), Meng So (SLAS/EOP, UC Berkeley), Jane Slater (Sequoia High School)


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