DREAMers Awareness Project

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Title
DREAMers Awareness Project
Author
Juan Navarro
Sandy Estelle-Bazaldua
Date
1/1/2017
Abstract
Our purpose is to work from the very core of the Latino community. We will go into our local high schools: Central High School and Salem-­‐Keizer School District. Sometimes, for students who are first generation and have no prior knowledge of what it takes to go to college, the process can be intimidating and discouraging. We will place all the helpful tools we’ve received from meetings, mentors, clubs, etc. in one insightful presentation which we can follow up with one to one mentoring. We want to be that source of insight that we wished we could’ve had back when we were younger; it only takes one person to propel a student into higher education.
Type
Text
Language
eng
Description
2017 Finalist
Rights
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Identifier
maurice/10
Downloads (prior to June, 2023)
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keywords
Dreamers, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, DACA, undocumented students, Latino community, service learning, Western Oregon University