Championing Equity: AB 540 FAQ Regional Trainings (Sacramento City College)

Sacramento City College 3835 Freeport Boulevard, Sacramento

This systemwide AB 540 FAQ (frequently asked questions) aims to increase alignment in the implementation of AB 540 and streamline processing between the CCCs, CSUs, and UCs, as well as at individual campuses. Register for this in person event here.

MaxQDA: Introduction

Online via Zoom

This two-hour introductory workshop will teach you MaxQDA from scratch with clear introductions, concise examples, and support documents. You will learn how to download and install the MaxQDA software, upload multiple forms of data then how to use manual and autocode features. We will review some of the additional analytic features including visual, memo and the Questions, Themes and Theories (QTT) tools. We will briefly touch on the MaxQDA Team cloud-based version. Instructors will share recommended resources. Prerequisites: None Workshop Materials:

International Students: H-1B Information Session with Ware Immigration

Online via Zoom

H-1B is the principal immigration status available for persons temporarily working in professional-level jobs in the US. As an int'l student, it is critical for you to be familiar with the H-1B regulations early in your career so you can stay informed and plan ahead! We will have an immigration law attorney from Ware Immigration explain to you the definition of H-1B visa category, the application process, the cap and lottery, and factors and special cases you should take into consideration. Detailed information includes: 1. H1B visa basics: eligibility, requirements, and application process 2. The trend and current statistics about H-1B cap and lottery 3. The roles and obligations of employers in H-1B sponsorship 4. H Alternatives 5. Employers’ Misconceptions about H-1B 6. Routes to Permanent Residence Q&A will be included to answer your specific questions.

UndocuGrads Monthly Support Circles

Online via Zoom

Each virtual circle will start with a brief grounding meditation, offer space for individual check-ins, and conclude with strategies for emotional resilience. Come take a breather, invest time to check-in with yourself, be heard, and recalibrate your mental health! All sessions facilitated by, Diana Peña, Undocumented Student Program Psychologist. No experience necessary to join. For individual support outside of these circles, please contact one of USP's mental health providers directly: Dr. Bianca Barrios (510) 664-5342 Dr. Diana Peña (510) 664-7483 Register in advance for this meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.