Resources for Supporting Immigrant Students and Families

CRLS partners with several outside organizations.The International Center at CRLS has secured the following services and supports to immigrant students at CRLS:

  • Know Your Rights Workshops
    The International center at CRLS is working with KIND (Kids in Need of Defense) to provide Know Your Rights workshops to educate immigrant youth on their legal rights. Any teacher who is interested in hosting a KYR workshop, should contact Vera Duarte in the International Center.

  • Informational Sessions for Educators/Providers
    The Political Asylum and Immigration Representation project (PAIR) and the Irish International Immigration Center (IIIC) are providing informational sessions for educators on immigration law basics and guidance for teachers, counselors, social workers and other providers on how to best support and guide undocumented students.

  • Referrals to Pro-Bono Legal Immigration Consultations
    A licensed immigration attorney/paralegal can determine which options are available for students looking to obtain legal status and free legal representation

  • Parent ESL classes
    The English Language Learners (ELL) Department will offer classes for parents or guardians who are interested in learning English as a second language at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (CRLS), 459 Broadway Street in Cambridge. Download the registration form >>

  • Enroot Program
    Enroot is a partner program at Cambridge Rindge and Latin (CRLS) ELL Department. The program provides immigrant youth the opportunity to achieve academic, career, and personal success through inspiring out-of-school experiences. For the past 26 years, Enroot has directed programming for low-income immigrant high school students, providing mentorship, leadership development, academic support, and workforce readiness programming.


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