Miramar College Dreamer Support Services wants to make you aware of the following services available to students.
Some recurring events you should be aware of:
Join Dreamers Counselor Dennise Gomez on Zoom to ask questions about all things Dreamer, DACA, AB540, and others or to just chat with someone who cares.
* Every Thursday, now through May 29th, from 11–12pm
* Zoom ID: 920 2567 0057
* Passcode: DREAM
The Miramar College Jet Fuel Food Pantry will be having a drive-thru food distribution!
* Every Wednesday, 10–11am
* Pre-registration is required! If you need food assistance email email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring 2021 Rush
Associated Student Government & AS Clubs
March 19th from 12-1pm
Students who have paid their AS Membership fee and those whom the fee was waived for will be able to pick up their Spring 2021 AS Rush Goody Bag during a drive-thru pick-up event. AS Membership Required. If you still need to pay the $8 membership fee, there is still time: Check out the tutorial here<https://youtu.be/m24XX-cTeq8>.
What’s in the bag? So much swag!
Goodies provided by:
Associated Student Government | Biology Club | Club Spectrum | Chemistry Affiliate | Dreamers Resource Center | Political Science Club
Need Help Paying Rent?
The County of San Diego's Emergency Rental Assistance Program<https://files.constantcontact.com/0bf2129a001/8c720d64-56d4-4e42-9938-9934cdecefa9.pdf> (ERAP) helps eligible households in qualifying areas who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program provides payment assistance for renters behind on rent and utilities.
Apply<https://covid-19-2021-rental-assistance.sandiegocounty.gov/> no later than Tuesday, March 16th!
House Democrats introduced The American Dream and Promise Act 2021<https://thehill.com/latino/541546-house-democrats-introduce-bill-providing-citizenship-to-dreamers>. This bill would allow Dreamers and those given temporary status (TPS) who fled unrest in their home country among others to apply for citizenship. If enacted into law, this bill would provide a path to citizenship for 2.5 million people.
If you are in the United States on a Temporary Protection Status (TPS) your benefits may have been extended through October 4, 2021. If you have questions about your status, you should reach out to the Dreamers Resource Center, and we can help you find answers.
Biden Administration agrees to end all SCOTUS appeals of the Public Charge Rule<https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/542366-supreme-court-agrees-to-dismiss-challenge-to-trump-public-charge-rule>. The Public Charge Rule was created during the Trump administration to limit the ability of low-income immigrants to seek green cards. This is a step toward ending rescinding such proposed legislation.
What’s next? These legislative battles won’t be easy wins, so continue to know your rights, advocate for your peers, contact your representatives<https://www.rockthevote.org/get-involved/contact-your-elected-officials/>, and keep dreaming!
Miramar Dreamers Resource Center is looking for
Dreamer students who want to share their experience!
If you are interested in being featured in our Meet a Dreamer series, email Project Assistant Edward Borek at email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
The SDCCD Dreamers Support Services Virtual Conference is currently being planned. The steering committee is looking for Dreamers interested in participating in a student panel.
Stay tuned for further details!
How are your classes going? Send us an email at email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re falling behind and need some help.
For other services check out the Dreamers Resource website<http://www.sdmiramar.edu/campus/dreamers> and Social Media Accounts:
Are we serving your needs? Let us know how we’re doing<https://forms.gle/dxoih7yuWhzfU6D69>!
Remember to include your name and 10-digit student ID number every time you contact the college!
Recuerda! Siempre envíe su nombre y identificación de estudiante cuando se comunique con el colegio.