Talk. Teach. Learn.

There are many ways to connect to the work of Re-Imagining Migration. We suggest a few of them below.

Bring our work to your educational institution.

Re-Imagining Migration is catalyzing a community of educational leaders and social organizations around making migration a part of their curriculum and culture so that all students can feel supported in their social, emotional, academic, and civic growth. If you would like to learn more about opportunities for collaboration, joining our network or networks, consultation services, curriculum development, and customized professional learning experiences, email our Director, Adam Strom at

Make a contribution

We rely on the generous support of individuals and foundation to support our vital work. If you would like to contribute to our efforts, please make a check payable to the UCLA Foundation, Re-Imagining Migration Fund, and mail to:

UCLA FOUNDATION at the Graduate School of Education & Information Studies

Attn: Amy Lassere

2043 Moore Hall, UCLA Campus

Los Angeles, CA 90095-1521

Follow this link to make a contribution online.

Email us at with any inquiries about our work.

Attend professional development and public events

While we specialize in creating customized learning experiences to educators, organizations, and networks, we offer many learning experiences in partnership with cultural and educational institutions.

Our next workshop open to the general public, Voices of Migrations will be held in partnership with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Follow this link to learn more and register,

Intern or volunteer

We are always looking for college or graduate students to intern with Re-Imagining Migration. Unfortunately, we can only offer unpaid internships but we do promise a chance to engage in meaningful work. If you are interested, send a cover letter to adam@reimaginingmigration.

Share information about our work with educators and members of the community

We believe that educational efforts to be successful, community support is essential. We actively engage in public educational outreach. You can help do that, by sharing our resources or simply letting people know about our work. It makes a difference.