This article addresses the need to better understand impactful mentoring models for undocumented immigrant students (UIS). Based on interviews of 18 mentors of UIS who were college graduates, findings include diverse effective mentoring models, specific mentoring styles and strategies, how mentors identified and leveraged the community cultural wealth of UIS, and the forms of support that mentors used which highlight an unorthodox approach to mentoring UIS. A new model for mentoring UIS is presented with a framework on how to engage in new research. Recommendations are provided for schools, districts, colleges, and universities.
Chin Goosby, Keisha
"Development of an Unorthodox Support Model to Mentor Undocumented Immigrant Students,"
Journal of College Access: Vol. 6
, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jca/vol6/iss2/9