In accordance with Governor Inslee’s recent Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, we have adjusted our programming and use of space. Here are the programs and services we are currently offering:
Undocumented Initiatives Virtual Office Hours
Join us in our virtual center! You can hang out with us on Zoom and chat or ask any questions. Our office hours will be:
Mondays: 1.30pm - 2.15pm (Zoom ID: 992 2239 7629)
We are continuing to offer remote immigration legal consultations to the WSU system.
There are 5 sessions available with the University of Idaho Immigration Law Clinic each week. To make a booking, go to our bookings page.
Mariposas Poderosas and Creative Care
Mariposas Poderosas will continue to run every Thursday at 6 p.m. via Zoom. If you are interested in joining the Mariposas Poderosas sessions, please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mariposas Creative Care will be running remotely via a private Facebook group where students can share the creative projects they are working on that are directed towards self-care and empowerment. If you are interested in joining the Mariposas Creative Care group, please email email@example.com.
La Bienvenida (WSU Pullman)
Mariposas Poderosas (WSU Pullman)
Mariposas Poderosas is a weekly program at WSU Pullman that begins in the fall semester and continues throughout the year. The program uses a workbook created by the WSU Psychology Department and Undocumented Initiatives to help students learn the meaning and value of three pillars of resilience: hope for the future, emotional openness, and social support. Through this program, students will evaluate and build on their resiliency skills.
We also provide training to institutions that want to bring Mariposas Poderosas to their campus. Learn more about training opportunities.
Mariposas Creative Care (WSU Pullman)
Mariposas Creative Care is a weekly creative workshop at WSU Pullman. The workshops promote self-care, self-discovery, empowerment, resiliency, and creativity. Activities in this safe social space include: study tables, art tables, board games, movie socials, family dinners, weekend community service, and more. This is a drop-in/drop-out program that students can access whenever they need, whether they are undocumented, in the undocumented community, or an ally.
Free Weekly Consultations (WSU System)
In partnership with the University of Idaho Immigration Law Clinic, we provide weekly free immigration consultations. The consultations assist students with concerns such as:
• Renewing DACA
• Pursuing naturalization or other options
• How marriage will affect their or their spouse’s status
• Any other issues that a student wishes to discuss
For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email Geoffrey Heeren at email@example.com.
Leadership Development Opportunities
We encourage students who are interested in leadership development opportunities to volunteer at the following events. Each will expand your professional skill set while providing a meaningful opportunity to help the next generation of students find success:
- CASHE Conference—a student-led conference for high-school students of Latino descent. Learn more about CASHE Conference.
- La Bienvenida— a Spanish-language orientation program for new WSU Pullman students and their parents. Learn more about La Bienvenida.
- Conexion—a reception welcoming new multicultural students to the Cougar Family. It is held on the Sunday before school starts and features a variety of programs and student organizations.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to volunteer for these events.