DREAMzone Certification Training

Hosted by: AEA Latino Outreach Cadre

DREAMzone is a comprehensive professional development workshop from Arizona State University that provides student leaders, staff, and faculty with knowledge, skills and resources necessary to effectively respond to the presence and needs of undocumented students at educational institutions. DREAMzone’s primary objective is to create inclusive and supportive campus environments conducive to the educational success of undocumented students. Modeled after successful Safe Zone programs across the country, DREAMzone is a 4-hour ally certification training designed to establish a visible support network for undocumented students.

DREAMzone Certification Training

Saturday, Jan. 23rd, 8am-1pm

Cartwright School District Office Address: 5220 W. Indian School Road, Phoenix, AZ 85031

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8:00 AM- 8:30 AM Registration

8:30 AM- 1:00 PM Workshop

Light Breakfast and Snacks will be available

Questions? Email:

Lucero Beebe-Guidice lucero.beebe@arizonaea.org

Nidia Lias nidia.lias@arizonaea.org

David Hernandez davidh362@gmail.com

DREAMzone prepares participants to effectively respond to the presence and needs of undocumented students by:

1. Challenging participants to identify and deconstruct their preconceptions of undocumented student populations
2. Increasing participants' content knowledge regarding federal, state, and institutional policies directly affecting the undocumented college student experience
3. Providing participants the opportunity to engage in dialogue with a panel of undocumented students
4. Helping participants develop competencies and skills for working with undocumented students, and serving as allies