Golden Door Scholars provides scholarships and internship and professional development opportunities to students with DACA from all states.
Scholarship recipients will receive funding to support tuition, room and board for a four-year degree at Golden Door’s 55 partner schools across the country including Davidson College, Wake Forest University and Emory University. Students who have applied to or are interested in other colleges should also apply. They will support students at non-partner schools on a case-by-case basis. Recent high school graduates, currently enrolled undergrad, and transfer students are all welcome to apply.
Since 2013, they have awarded college scholarships to 255 exceptional students from an applicant pool of over 4000 students. Strong preference will be given to applicants who plan to concentrate their studies in one of the following areas (or one similar): Engineering, Computer Science, Technology or Math.
Application deadline: Thursday, October 25th, 2018 at 11:59pm EST
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis, so applying early is helpful. Applications received after Thursday, October 25th, 2018 will not be considered.
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Rachel is a PhD student in the Social Sciences and Comparative Education at UCLA’s Graduate School of Education and Information Studies where she is a Research Associate for the Civil Rights Project and the Institute for Immigration, Globalization, and Education. She has worked closely with undocumented youth in several regions including California, Massachusetts, and Washington, DC. Rachel has also worked in the higher education sector for Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, MassBay Community College, Bunker Hill Community College, Achieving the Dream, and Jobs for the Future. She received her Masters in Higher Education from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education and her Bachelors in philosophy from the University of Chicago.