Oct 4, 2023

The Partner College Weekly
PC Directory
ACTION REQUIRED

Fall EVR deadline is October 31st

Please see the EVR submission schedule for the academic year.

 

The instructions and video tutorial for those new to the process or need a refresher can be found in the Program Management section on our website.


Fall EVRs are due by October 31st.

We are here to help! Please reach out to Elena and Camila if you have questions.

Scholarship Promotion

By 10/25: Request Scholarship Promotional Materials

Scholar Advisors, Admissions Liaisons, and Relationship Managers:



We are excited to launch our 2024-2025 National and Opportunity Scholarship rounds! See the dates below.


Your Action: By Weds, October 25th

  1. Locate your institution on THIS SHEET;
  2. Edit the contact details if needed for the person who will receive the promotional package;
  3. Use the dropdown in Column A to select if you've updated the information or confirmed that it remains the same.

Opportunity

Opens: November 1, 2023

Closes: January 31, 2024

National

Opens: November 1, 2023

Closes: February 29, 2024

Templates for Press Releases:


We encourage you to create a local press release for your city or state. TheDream.US can work with your Partner College's communications or media team to help spread the word locally about our partnership. Here are templates you may use:


Existing Partner Colleges

New Partner Colleges

 

See this example from last year from Northern Illinois University. 

 

If you are interested in participating in a joint press release, please reach out to gaby.pacheco@thedream.us.

MUST KNOW

October 25th: I Stand with Immigrants Day of Action 

On October 25th, we are partnering with FWD.us and the I Am An Immigrant Campaign to redouble our support for immigrants of all backgrounds on the I Stand With Immigrants Day of Action. We encourage Partner Colleges to consider signing up their campus for I Stand with Immigrants.


Colleges can participate in this Day of Action by: 



  • Sharing their support for immigrant-origin students, staff, and faculty on social media on October 25th. 
  • Showcasing the contributions and accomplishments of your immigrant-origin students, staff, faculty, and alumni!
  • Sharing resources you have for your undocumented, refugee, and other immigrant-origin students leading up to and on the Day of Action.  
  • Inviting students on campuses to participate in the Day of Action. Students and other on-campus groups can sign up at this link: iamanimmigrant.com/dayofaction


Email dayofaction@iamanimmigrant.com by October 20th to join as an I Stand With Immigrants Day of Action partner.

Scholar Programming

Career Communities – Scholar Applications Now Open!

Encourage your current Scholars to apply to participate in a Career Community! The deadline to apply is Friday, October 20.


A Career Community is a virtual, cohort-based community focused on career exploration and development as an undocumented student. Career Community members will learn about entrepreneurial career pathways, make connections with those in the field, and receive career advice from a peer Coach (an undocumented professional) and others. Career Community members are expected to attend monthly group meetings (from November - April) and complete up to 3 hours of assignments per month. After successful completion of the program, Career Community members are eligible to receive a $500 stipend!


There are 5 Career Communities (Scholars would apply to participate in 1):

1.    Science & Technology Career Community

2.    Health & Medicine Career Community

3.    Business Career Community

4.    Public & Social Services Career Community

5.    Education Career Community

 

For more information about Career Communities and how current Scholars can apply, visit our Career Community webpage.

In Case You Missed It

Apply for the Career Development Event Fund (while funds last)

Apply for up to $2,000 to host your own Career Development Event for Scholars regardless of work authorization. Events should focus on entrepreneurship, small business ownership, and contract work. 

 

Check out our toolkit for helpful suggestions on event structures and key learning objectives.

 

Funds are first come, first serve, and available until exhausted for this year. Funds can be used for food, guest speakers, alumni/student panel honorariums, or other vendor costs.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Chris Aviles at chris.aviles@thedream.us.

FYI - Emails Sent to Scholars



For all emails sent to Scholars, go here


For Past PC Weeklys, go here

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