Achieving the Dream’s DREAM Scholars program is an experiential learning opportunity for six student leaders from active Achieving the Dream Network institutions looking to make a difference on their campus and in their communities. Students will engage with student success and reform efforts both at their institution and across the Achieving the Dream National Reform Network, learning key insights on how students can partner with their institutions to become active campus change agents.
Chosen through a competitive application process, selected students will engage in a learning process that culminates in attending and presenting at DREAM 2017 in San Francisco, CA from February 21-24, 2017. Students will be led by Dr. Joye Hardiman, Emeritus Faculty, The Evergreen State College, who will engage students in learning opportunities before and during DREAM.
Please find video of past DREAM Scholars presentations HERE.
DREAM SCHOLARS WILL RECEIVE:
Meals covered, including a $250 stipend in the form of a visa card for meals not provided at the conference
DREAM 2017 registration fees covered
Hotel accommodations at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square (site for DREAM 2017)
Customized learning experience led by renowned educator Dr. Joyce Hardiman
DREAM Scholars Networking Reception during DREAM 2017
Local educational tour in San Francisco during DREAM 2017
Download the DREAM Scholar 2017 Program Guide and Application here.
All applications must be submitted on October 3 by 5:00 pm ET. Applications must be submitted to ATD on students' behalf by ATD Core Team Leaders. If you are seeking further information, please contact Angel Clay at firstname.lastname@example.org.