Bill Ong Hing Undocumented Student Scholarship - This scholarship is for tuition purposes. Qualifying applicants must be undocumented law students currently attending or admitted to a California accredited law school. Please refer to the BOHUSS page to learn more about the application and how to donate to this scholarship.
Emergency Aid Scholarship - This scholarship is for emergency purposes. Qualifying applicants must be undocumented law students currently attending or admitted to a California accredited law school. Examples of this include medical emergencies, evictions due to non-payment of rent, food, DACA renewals, California State Bar Exam Fees, etc. At least two applicants will be selected to receive this scholarship in the amount of $500 each, per fiscal year. Verification of emergency must be included in the application submission.
The Dreamer Fund offers two scholarships for undocumented law students attending an accredited law school in California: (1) the Bill Ong Hing Undocumented Student Scholarship; and (2) the Dreamer Fund Emergency Aid Scholarship. Applicants may only apply for one of the scholarships per school year and must show proof of enrollment in an accredited law school for the current semester, A# (if applicable).
If applying for the emergency scholarship, you must submit the applicable emergency notice along with the scholarship application. An example of this would be, if applying for emergency aid due to rent eviction, a notice of eviction would be applicable. An emergency scholarship application has no deadline. It can be submitted anytime.
The Bill Ong Hing Undocumented Student Scholarship (BOHUSS) is available only to Dreamer or undocumented law students who will attend or are currently attending an accredited law school in the State of California. Please download the scholarship application form, follow the submission instructions and send the completed application to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for the tuition application is October 15, 2021 by 5:00 PM.
The Dreamer Fund team offers mentorship to high school and undergraduate students through the "Dreamer 2 Dreamer" program.
Our program pairs a mentee with a mentor based on needs, similarities, background, and career aspirations. Our goal is to provide a safe space, support, guidance, educational advice, development skills, networking, and leadership, as a way to foster positive and transformative experiences for mentees.
To apply for the "Dreamer 2 Dreamer" program, submit a cover letter AND either a resume or 1-page essay about yourself and your life story to: email@example.com.
We will review applications on a rolling basis and pair students with mentors as applications come in. As soon as we have a match, we will notify the student and mentor via email to make the introduction.
If you are not located in the Bay Area, you can still apply. We offer our mentorship program via teleconferencing, skype, and other modes of communication.
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS WORKSHOPS
The Dreamer Fund offers Know Your Rights Workshops free of charge to community members, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, businesses, local unions & students.
With increased ICE activity in California, we want to support our community by preparing you for a potential ICE encounter. These workshops are beneficial for those who want to know what rights they have in their home if ICE shows up, but also for employers who want to know what rights they have in protecting their employees.
We have a top-notch team of law students, recent law graduates, and attorneys who are able to assist in these community workshops.
Dreamer Fund Stands with the Black Lives Matter Movement
By: Dreamer Fund
June 4, 2020