March 6, 2019
The Partner College Weekly
ACTION REQUIRED
Submit Your Spring 2019 Graduates List by March 15
To send you graduation stoles for TheDream.US graduates and to invite them to join our Alumni Network, we ask that you please complete this Spring Graduation List template by March 15, 2019.
 
Be sure to read the full instructions on the first tab of the template. If you will have NO Spring graduates, please still fill out and submit the template per instructions.
 
Submit your completed report via this Dropbox link:  https://www.dropbox.com/request/RVUSkfol4vn4bolNz47h
(Note: that this is a different link from the one you use to submit your EVRs)
MUST KNOW
Tomorrow, March 7th: PC Webinar - “Learning Circle: Helping Undocumented Students Pay for College - Learning from Higher Ed Innovators”
March 7th @ 12:00 - 1:30 PM EST

TheDream.US and The Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration are co-sponsoring a Learning Circle that will cover:
 
  • Income Sharing Agreements: An emerging model to help DREAMers pay for their education and build a sustainable funding model 
  • Financial Aid for DREAMers: Opening Existing and New Financial and Scholarship Aid to DREAMers – Overcoming Barriers and Challenges

We will feature leaders from ASU, Colorado Mountain College, Christian Brothers University, Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, and Better Future Forward who will share their innovative approaches and engage the attendees in a discussion on overcoming challenges and barriers. 

Scholar Webinar: "Nurturing Your Mental Health"

March 14, 7:00-8:30 PM EST
Please encourage Scholars to attend. Two psychologists with experience working with undocumented students and families will share their knowledge and resources to help our Scholars build your mental strength: Dr. Elizabeth Hernandez works at UCLA’s Counseling and Psychology Center and Dr. Luz Garcini is a Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellow at Rice University. 

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
My Undocumented Life Spotlights ECSU President, Elsa Núñez
Feb 28, 2019
"College presidents...play a powerful role in working with and for undocumented students and activists. President Elsa Núñez of Eastern Connecticut State University...has been particularly active and vocal in building institutional support for undocumented students." 

We are grateful and proud of her work highlighted in this video and article.