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Connecticut Students for a Dream   2016
Support to deepen the work already being done with their current College Access Program (CAP) for immigrant and undocumented students. This work includes: (1) training educators, administrators, and counselors to have the information and tools to work with and empower undocumented youth; (2) providing recommendations for changing administrative policies which often serve as barriers for access; (3) offering parents and students workshops clarifying the admissions and financial process; and (4) training other college access nonprofit personnel so they are equipped to receive students referred to them.

2016

Exploratory Grants: Inspiring School Equity
College Access Program$75,000

(Collaborative Agent: Regional Youth Adult Social Action Partnership (RYASAP)) Support to deepen the work already being done with their current College Access Program (CAP) for immigrant and undocumented students. This work includes: (1) training educators, administrators, and counselors to have the information and tools to work with and empower undocumented youth; (2) providing recommendations for changing administrative policies which often serve as barriers for access; (3) offering parents and students workshops clarifying the admissions and financial process; and (4) training other college access nonprofit personnel so they are equipped to receive students referred to them.

Exploratory Grants: Advocates Inspiring Equity
Reclaiming Our Dream$25,000

(Collaborative Agent: Regional Youth Adult Social Action Partnership (RYASAP)) Connecticut Students for a Dream will continue their internal and external work to increase their capacity to integrate an intersectional approach within their programs. This includes providing organizing training to undocumented youth, anti-oppression training to high school-aged youth, and developing a “political vision” as they work toward the long-term stability of their organization.