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Life After College

Life After College

As you navigate your undergraduate career it is important to plan for the future and create an action plan for life after graduation. Below you will find some resources on how to navigate the graduate school application process, how to apply for jobs, how to generate your own income, and more!

Life After College: A Guide for Undocumented Students:

Guide created by Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC), offers an overview on graduate and professional school, getting internships, earning a living, going abroad, exploring your immigration remedies, and emotional health.


Income Generation Options for Undocumented Students Toolkit:

Toolkit created by the organization Immigrants Rising, offers an in-depth guide on income generation options including starting your own business, contracting, and more.

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Entrepreneurship Hub for Immigrants

Spark, an Entrepreneurship Hub for Immigrants, is powered by Immigrants Rising. Get tips on how to start or grow your business or nonprofit or if you are interested in learning more about freelancing or starting your own business.

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Navigating Graduate School

Guide created by Santa Clara University, offers an extensive look into navigating graduate school, from the application process, funding your graduate education, and more.

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Webinar Recording

Learn the Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) fundamentals, in this webinar led by Francine J. Lipman, William S. Boyd Professor of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, sponsored by the organization Immigrants Rising. Professor Lipman will discuss federal tax rules regarding the application and renewal process for the ITIN , what documents qualify, and how to effectively use Certified Acceptance Agents.

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at North Central College

North Central College strives to grow in diversity, equity and inclusion through the work of our faculty and staff, the openness and honesty of our students, the support of our alumni, and the continuing commitment of the entire North Central community. Share our journey with us and discover how we are working to be the change and become a true college of destination.

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