Mar 11, 2020
The Partner College Weekly
Request Stoles for your 2020 Graduates by March 18th
To send you graduation stoles and other memorabilia to distribute to TheDream.US graduates, we ask that you please complete this Stoles Request Google Sheet by March 18, 2020

In this Google Sheet, please locate your college in alphabetical order and:
  1. Complete Column B: the estimated number of Stoles you will need for Spring, Summer, and Fall 2020 graduates
  2. Complete Column C: Enter your Spring graduation date
  3. Complete Column D: Using the drop down, tell us if you are confirming or updating the name and address of the person at your college who should receive the stoles to distribute to graduating Scholars. Updates can be made in columns E to K.

If you don’t find your college listed on the sheet, add your information at the bottom of the sheet.

If you will have NO Spring graduates, please email to let us know.
Alternative Income and Career Options for Undocumented Students: How Colleges can Help
Watch this info-session to learn how colleges can establish fellowships that are not employment-based; provide entrepreneurial classes or programs; and refer students to business ventures, independent contracting, and worker cooperatives. 

PPT and Resources here
Recording here
In Case You Missed It
Campus Checklist. The Alliance’s new  Campus Checklist to Prepare for a Supreme Court DACA Decision outlines the top five ways campuses can prepare for the Supreme Court’s forthcoming decision on DACA and support undocumented students in the coming months. The checklist is a product of the DACA planning session we held in February.  

FAQ for Enforcement on Campuses. The Alliance’s updated FAQs for Campuses on Immigration Enforcement and Site Visits outline best practices for campuses in regards to campus immigration enforcement. The newest version of this resource contains updates regarding FERPA protections, state-based sanctuary legislation, site visits, and how to prepare your campus.  
We need to expand the college affordability conversation
March 6, 2020

TheDream.US is proud to share this opinion piece by its Board member, Deborah Santiago at Excelencia in Education, on the need to address affordability of higher education. 

FYI - Emails Sent to Scholars

Look out for TheDream.US Alumni Network Newsletter
To: Seniors and Grads

For all past communications to Scholars go  here. 
For career advancement opportunities available to Scholars go  here.