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Camille Simsuangco

she/they Counselor/Transcending Beyond Berkeley (TBB) Fellowship Coordinator, University of California, Berkeley

Camille grew up in the Bay Area, CA and graduated as a first-generation, low-income, and DACAmented student from UC Berkeley with a BA in Integrative Biology. As a Counselor and the TBB Fellowship Coordinator for the Undocumented Student Program, they hope to continue empowering their students as they navigate higher education and beyond. Their role involves facilitating connections between undocumented students and campus/community partners to create inclusive non-employment-based opportunities (NEBOs) that provide experiential learning opportunities for all students.

Email Address camille.s@berkeley.edu
LinkedIn LinkedIn Profile http://linkedin.com/in/camille-simsuangco
State California
Webpage https://undocu.berkeley.edu
Main area of practice
  • Academic Advising/Support
  • Career/NEBO
  • Financial Aid/Funding
Specializes in These Areas
  • AAPI
  • First-Generation
  • Diversity, Equity, Inclusion (DEI)
Examples of current or past work Past work 1 link
Aspirations for this online directory I hope to be able to connect with other practitioners who facilitate NEBOs at their institutions to share best practices on sustaining and expanding their programming, and to serve as a resource to other undocumented educators and students!
I'm open to... Networking, Mentoring