November 14, 2018
The Partner College Weekly
Introducing a Wednesday weekly email of what you need to know to serve our Scholars. We will strive to include all information in this weekly email, but should an urgent communication come up, we will send it immediately. 
Reminder: Submit Your Fall Graduates List by November 15
We want to invite our Scholars who will be graduating this Fall to join TheDream.US Alumni Network and we need your help to make that happen! The Network will give alumni the opportunity to receive career advice, see job postings, seek mentors, connect with hundreds of other alumni nationwide, and much more.

Because we need to know who will be graduating this Fall, we ask you to please download and complete this Graduation List template by November 15 th .

Scholar Webinar: "Navigating Graduate School"
On November 15th at 7:00 pm EST, we will have a Scholars' webinar on “Navigating Graduate School” presented by several DREAMers who are currently attending or have attended graduate school. 

You are welcome to attend!

Our Scholarship Rounds are Now Open
Our National and Opportunity Scholarship rounds opened on Nov 1. We need your help in promoting and getting the word out to prospective applicants in your state.

National Round Open now until February 28
Opportunity Round Open now until January 31

Promote our Scholarship: Tip # 1
Hold or attend financial aid workshops to promote our scholarship.

We launched our Alumni Network Platform
On Nov 7, we invited our 300+ Alumni around the country to join an online platform with the aim to connect them on a social and professional level. The site features mentorship, groups, a jobs board, and ability to create local events.
Our Report: "In Their Own Words"
TheDream.US released “In Their Own Words,” a report summarizing the responses from our survey of 1,400 of our DACA and TPS Scholars. It provides a unique picture of our Scholars' employment and educational gains while sharing the uncertainty and anxiety that Scholars face in a difficult immigration climate, particularly with the impending end of DACA and TPS.

Included are recommendations for federal, state, and local policymakers; higher education institutions; the business community; mental health providers; and community members to help empower and enable immigrant students to succeed.

See the report here: 
TheDream.US in the News
Left in limbo, DACA students navigate college life at UMN
In a recent survey DACA students expressed worry over the future of their legal status.