In 2008, CSUCI students became involved with the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History to document the Bracero experience. CHS created courses (CHS 292 and CHS 499) that focused on the Bracero Oral History Project (BOHP) in which students conducted oral history interviews and collected dozens of photographs, documents, and artifacts that tell the story of the largest guest-worker program in U.S. history.  Overall, students conducted over 80 oral history interviews with ex-Braceros and their families, researched local newspapers and archives, scanned photographs, organized town-hall meetings, and designed an exhibition, “The Braceros of Ventura County” that opened to the public from Sept. 9 to Oct. 31, 2010.  This exhibition has been archived in Calisphere.  Students in CHS 499 were trained as docents to conduct exhibit tours to high school classes, community groups, and family members on our bilingual website. CHS students also created social studies curriculum to teach about the Bracero Program at Pacifica High School in Oxnard.  In spring 2013, CHS 499 students worked with a community partner (Cabrillo Economic Dev. Corp) to design an exhibition at the Valle Naranjal farmworker housing complex in Piru, CA.  Students were trained by the Center for Oral and Public History at CSU Fullerton to edit and publish transcripts of the bracero interviews.  Students also created a digital archive at the CI Broome Library. The main goal of  the digital repository  is to encourage students to conduct further research and high school teachers to teach about the Bracero Program.