East Bay Dreamer Clinic

The East Bay Dreamer Clinic (EBDC) participates in the following activities:

  • Clinics at local schools and community centers to assist youth eligible for immigration relief (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)).
  • Mobilizing volunteers for DACA clinics that are hosted by other organizations
  • Organizing at least one event/lecture about DACA and the recent Supreme Court decision.

Time Commitment: Students must participate in at least one clinic per month. Each clinic is approximately 3-4 hours. More hours may be available, depending upon the number of clinics offered and the clinics students choose to attend. In addition to clinic work, students are required to attend a general two-hour training and then an additional two-hour training specifically regarding DACA forms. In the Spring, students will have an opportunity to organize a clinic themselves. This would increase the time commitment.

Video Recording of the Fall 2016 Immigration SLPS Information Session (Introduction to: Berkeley Immigration Group – Detention Project; Berkeley Immigration Law Clinic; Boalt Anti-Trafficking Project; California Asylum Representation Clinic; East Bay Dreamer Clinic; and International Refugee Assistance Project). Recorded Thursday, September 1.

For more information, please contact the student leaders at dreamersclinic@gmail.com.

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