The Dream Project helps immigrant students prepare for and succeed in college.
Our Mentoring Program runs from August to May with weekly meetings in Arlington, VA, and other events throughout the year. The program is open to seniors in Northern Virginia high schools.
The Dream Project Scholarship provides college scholarships (historically between $1,000 and $2,000) to graduates ofVirginia high schools who were born outside of the United States or have at least one parent who was born outside of the United States. Please click here for more information on our scholarships.
Our career preparedness resources guide students to helpful online resources. In addition to these resources, we also provide one-on-one coaching sessions for students interested in enhancing their career preparedness skills.
Here are some other resources for students:
Modern States is a philanthropy dedicated to making a college degree more accessible and affordable and for everyone. It offers a catalog of tuition-free online courses for 40+ core freshman subjects, which enable learners to earn traditional academic credits at more than 2,900 colleges and universities.
FAFSA 4Caster Online
Latino, First Generation, Migrant & Undocumented Students Scholarships https://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/financial-aid-scholarships-for-hispanic-students/
Grants and Scholarships for Military Service Members and Their Families
Nursing Specific: Scholarships and Financial Aid
What is a Work Study Program and How Do I Get One?
A Thourough Guide to Scholarships in Computer Science
Planning Ahead: Funding Options for Graduate School
College Financial Help for Women in School