Our program prepares students to develop migration policies and provide support services to migrant communities. Graduates enter careers in local, state, and national governmental agencies; policy think tanks; education; policy and planning consulting firms; community-based nonprofits and NGOs; advocacy; public interest; philanthropic organizations and foundations; and private-sector entities.
Our graduates also go on to post-graduate studies in law, education, politics, and history, amongst others. Examples of placements include:
- School of Social, Behavioral, and Global Studies, Cal State, Monterey Bay
- Center for American Progress
- Global Learning Hub, University of California, Davis
- Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs, City and County of Denver
- Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
- Fulbright U.S. Student Program