Join TheDream.US Alumni Network

Alumni Network

TheDream.US Alumni Network will be the largest community for DREAMer college graduates in the nation.  We invite you to join our Alumni Network online platform by clicking here

Our Vision:  

An America where all young people, regardless of where they were born, have the opportunity to have meaningful careers and contribute to their communities and our nation.

Our Mission:

To provide DREAMers with opportunities and tools for career advancement and community service.

Our Values:


Social Responsibility

Honor Our Stories



Alumni Council

Bruna Distinto

graduated Summa Cum Laude from Trinity Washington University with a Bachelor of Arts and a double major in International Affairs and Sociology. She is currently working as an Immigration Paralegal at Clark Hill.

Valeria Hernandez

graduated from San Jose State University in December 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. She is currently trying to pursue a graduate degree in Social Work and a career in Counseling.

Kai Martin

graduated Cum Laude from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in Law and Society. She is currently pursuing a graduate degree in Public Policy at Trachtenberg School of Public Policy & Public Administration at George Washington University.

Carmen Munoz

graduated from Florida International University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration in Finance. She is an entrepreneur who aspires to own a real estate business.

Kevin Ortiz

graduated Cum Laude from the University of Central Florida in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He is currently a Student Leadership Fellow with the BB&T Leadership Institute.

Luis Ursua

graduated from Arizona State University in May of 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. He is currently working as an Array Production Associate at ICarbonX.

Graduate Scholarship Program

Coming 2020-2021!

In the fall of 2018, TheDream.US Alumni spoke to our Board of Advisors about their desire to continue their education and obtain a graduate degree. With the encouragement from our Board and a supportive donor, we began exploring the possibility of a graduate scholarship program. The 2019 TheDream.US survey showed a good number of our Scholars are seeking to pursue master’s or doctoral or professional degrees; this affirmed the urgent need to identify funding for TheDream.US alumni (45% – plan to pursue Master’s degrees and 39% plan to pursue doctoral or professional degrees).
To learn what works and create an evidence base for the value of a graduate school program for DREAMers, we are currently developing a pilot scholarship that will fund a limited number of our Alumni and seniors seeking master’s degrees relevant and needed to work in their field of study.
We hope that our work is a catalyst that helps colleges, universities, scholarship programs, and caring individuals support graduate opportunities for DREAMers– whether funded through scholarships, fellowships, or loans.