0

CCD and TheDream.US Announce 2024 Scholarship Application Opening

Over a Decade of Empowering Dreams and Counting!

Denver (Nov. 17, 2023) – Community College of Denver (CCD) is proud to support Colorado Dreamers with and without Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status by continuing its partnership with TheDream.US, the nation’s largest scholarship and career success program for immigrant youth. For the past 10 years, TheDream.US has provided more than 112 scholarships to Colorado Dreamers in partnership with CCD.

Through this continued partnership, CCD can offer life-changing opportunities to current and future students looking to pursue their higher education and career aspirations, regardless of their background. With Dream.US, students can earn up to $16,500 for an associate degree and up to $33,000 for a bachelor’s degree.

TheDream.US application cycle is now open and will run through February 29, 2024. Scholarships are available to undocumented immigrant students who arrived in the United States under the age of 16 before November 1, 2018. Students without DACA or TPS status may apply.

For more information and details on how to apply, visit http://www.thedream.us/scholarships/.

# # #

About Community College of Denver 

Community College of Denver (CCD) is a leading point of entry to higher education for the city and county of Denver. CCD provides cost-effective, high-quality college education, along with access and opportunity for non-traditional students, workforce development, training resources for local organizations, and community partnerships. CCD is a federally funded Hispanic Serving and designated Military Friendly Institution. Learn more at hmionline.net.

About TheDream.US

TheDream.US is the nation’s largest college and career success program for undocumented immigrant students, having provided more than 10,000 college scholarships to Dreamers attending over 80 partner colleges in 21 states and Washington, DC. We believe everyone, regardless of where they were born, should have equitable access to a college education, a meaningful career, and opportunities to contribute to the communities they call home. For more information on TheDream.US, visit www.thedream.us.