Today Achieving the Dream announced the community college students who have been named 2021 DREAM Scholars.
ATD’s DREAM Scholars program is a robust learning experience for student leaders looking to make a difference on their campus and in their communities. The program provides tailored leadership development and networking opportunities to eight Scholars studying at colleges in the ATD Network each year.
After being nominated by their institutions and undergoing a rigorous selection process, the 2021 DREAM Scholars will have the opportunity present at ATD’s national convening, DREAM 2021, next week, where they will share their perspective to an audience of more than 3,000 community college educators, administrators, and leaders.
DREAM Scholars are resilient, committed to achieving their goals, and passionate about lifting up their communities. These brilliant students are already leading the way.
The 2021 DREAM Scholars are:
Jasminh Au — ATD Gateway to College at Laney College
Sarah Cuevas — Triton College
Bheri Hallam — Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College
Nikita Johnson — Lorain County Community College
Pedro Moranchel — Hudson County Community College
Estefany Palencia — Westchester Community College
Ethan Rossier — Middlesex Community College
Clifton Traywick — Western Technical College
VIEW THE 2021 DREAM SCHOLAR “I AM FROM” VIDEOS HERE.
About DREAM Scholars:
Achieving the Dream’s DREAM Scholar program is an experiential learning opportunity for student leaders looking to make a difference on their campus and in their communities. In addition to the scholar’s learning experience, the program integrates dynamic student voices into Achieving the Dream’s annual DREAM conference. The DREAM Scholar program is funded by private gifts from ATD network members, ATD employees, coaches, Board members and partners and friends of ATD.