DREAM Ambassadors

Inside of the centerWhat is the Dream Center Ambassadors’ Program?

DREAMer’s Ambassadors (DAs) guides and supports students with an assistantship with the focus on student services administration and student development. Students also have opportunities to collaborate with others in areas of student services. Ambassadors also can from different cultural backgrounds who participate in organizing events and activities which address issues of Deferents, Power and Discrimination.

What do Dream Ambassadors do?

Through a combination of workshops, retreats, and volunteer opportunities DAs will gain new leadership skills to make a difference on campus and in the community, by advocating for students regardless of their immigration status, DACAmented, or other statuses that are in limbo. They will also be challenged to develop a greater understanding of social (in)justice issues and learn strategies to address social inequalities for marginalized students pursuing higher education.

Why become a Dream Ambassador?

The program offers an excellent opportunity to improve your leadership skills, help plan and set up multicultural programs and activities, participate in recruitment and retention activities, and become better connected with the college community. DAs network with college administrators, faculty, students, and staff. Besides meeting new people, making long-lasting friendships, and working with a team of highly motivated and responsible students, Dream Ambassadors develop skills that address issues of social (in)justice and work to address issues that are important to their communities. PCC and the Dream Center is an Affirmative Action, Equal Employment Opportunity institution. Applicants with disabilities may request accommodation to complete the application and selection process.


2023-2024 Application Packet