THANK YOU! TO ALL THE AMAZING COMMUNITY THAT MADE OUR FUNDRAISER A SUCCESS!!
making dreams a reality
Ciclady Rodriguez - University of California Berkeley
I’m the first in my family to graduate from High school and go on to college. I was recently accepted in the University of California Berkeley. I intend to major in Media Studies as I developed an understanding of the importance of language and communication from the time I was very young... Continue Reading
"...I humbly say Thank You to Dream.Develop.Do organization; it is thanks to scholarships like this that I will continue my educational success."
Luis Sanchez - University of California, Berkeley
My name is Luis Sanchez and I am currently pursuing a degree in Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley, and in the future I plan to pursue a Doctoral degree on International Development. I was born in El Salvador, and grew up in one of the worst cities of the country... Continue Reading
"I am thankful that Dream.Develop.Do has provided me with this scholarship, so I can continue with my preparation, and keep giving back to our communities."
Jackeline Callejas - San Francisco State University
My name is Jackeline Callejas and I am currently an undergraduate as well as a first generation student at San Francisco State University, majoring in journalism. The struggles I've faced as an undocumented student have been immense, however, all of my struggles have also been great accomplishments for me... Continue Reading
"I’d like to give back to my community and help AB540 students in particular to reach their full potential, just as I have. I am thankful for organizations like Dream.Develop.Do, because through their help I will be able to expand my education and make my dreams of becoming a journalist come true."
STEPS TO COLLEGE
We have started once again planning for Steps to College 2015. Please help us spread the word.
When: Saturday, February 7, 2014
Where: Sacramento Mexican Consulate
For more information CLICK HERE
We are grateful to the 90 incredible applicants and their commitment to education. Each had their own unique resilient life story. For these reasons, we are honored to introduce you to our 2014 DDD & ARE Scholarship:
Angelica Garcia-Galvan - Sacramento City College
My name is Angelica Garcia-Galvan. I am the youngest of three siblings and a first generation college student. I am attending Sacramento City College, majoring in Sociology and applying to transfer to UC Riverside. I plan to earn my Masters in ... Continue Reading.
"Thank you Dream. Develop. Do; being undocumented, we face a lot of financial hardships whether it is medical bills, or buying school supplies but because of this scholarship my dreams and my family’s dreams are closer in reach."
Jesús Guzmán - Sonoma State University
I’m the son of a dairy farmer and a domestic worker. I’m incredibly proud of my parents and forever thankful for the sacrifices they made in order to offer me a better life... Continue Reading
"I am humbled and indebted to Dream.Develop.Do. and Association of Raza Educators by providing this scholarship that will help continue my studies."
Jose Espinoza - University of California, Davis
I am the first one in my family to attend college. It is going to be my second year at the University of California, Davis. I am planning to double major in Community Development and ... Continue Reading
"Thanks to Dream. Develop. Do. Organization and Association of Raza Educators for helping students emotionally and financially. Thank you for helping us in the pursuit of our dreams."
KEEPING-UP: FORMER BOARD MEMBERS
Randy Graham, a former Dream. Develop. Do. board member, recently has published a book titled, So You've Inherited A Vegetarian...Now What? You can find it here.
Randy’s vegetarian recipes are syndicated in various California newspapers and his food related articles frequently appear in the Ojai Valley Visitor’s Guide and the Edible Ojai and Ventura Magazine.