Whether it is by engaging with college bound students, or providing guidance to younger UC San Diego scholars, there are many ways in which you can provide support to up-and-coming raza.
Estudiantes de Aztlán
Escuelita Aztlán (EAZ) is an independent Saturday School organized by educators and youth organizers within Unión del Barrio. EAZ serves two goals: to develop more cultural and political conciencia among young people in our communities, and to help build our long-term vision of an independent Raza liberation school. Learn more about Escuelita Aztlán.
The Friendtorship program will provide the opportunity for upper class students to provide a mentor/ femtor opportunity to incoming first year and transfer students. Learn more about the Friendtorship program.
The graduation event will take place at the end of spring quarter to all self-identified latinx students. The event is free of charge and open to the public. Learn more about Xicanx/Latinx Graduation.
Transition program aiding incoming first year and transfer students into becoming familiar with UCSD. Program takes place during moving day of every academic year. Learn more about Avanzando Juntos.
El Sol Program
El Sol Program is a new initiative by the Raza Resource Centro to bridge the gap of retention of latinx students. The program is designed for students to succeed and develop life and study skills, create networking opportunites and graduate on time from UC San Diego. Learn more about El Sol Program.