“DREAM, Educate, Advocate!”
The mission of the Orange County DREAM Team is to support and advocate for the rights of undocumented students of all nationalities by:
Dream – Providing resources that will help these students accomplish their dreams of obtaining a higher education
Educate – Creating a sense of social consciousness of the issues that affect these students in the Orange County community
Advocate – By helping to cement the attainment and passage of legislations that will allow undocumented students to become inclusive contributing members of society
The Orange County Dream Team (OCDT) was born out of a community’s profound need to help its talented undocumented youth obtain access to higher education. Established in 2004, the OCDT began with a small but diverse group of high school, college and university students united under a common goal of passing the DREAM and Student Adjustment Acts.
At present time, the OCDT has grown into a dedicated Organization and has gained support from several community organizations such as Los Amigos de Orange County. We will continue to grow and strongly believe that all sectors of the Orange County Community will ultimately benefit from our accomplishments.
For more information, to get involved, to purchase t-shirts/tote bags, to be on our mailing list, to schedule a presentation , to make a donation, or for any other questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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