Dreamers Graduate Credit Program
Social Finance partners with TheDream.US, a college access and achievement program for immigrant youth, and Golden Door Scholars and Equal Opportunity for Education, two scholarship programs for immigrant youth, and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. $100 million college loan program for action. (DACA) and Temporary Protection Status (TPS) recipients who want to receive vocational training but cannot access government loan programs because of their immigration status.
Launched as a pilot with TheDream.US in 2021, this first-of-its-kind impact mutual fund aims to provide loans to more than 1,000 scholarship recipients to help them achieve economic and social mobility. . Dreamers receiving financial assistance through the fund have access to loans with interest rates that are offered to US citizens through the federal government’s Direct Plus Loan program. Graduates with professional degrees in fields such as business, education, medicine and law can find well-paying jobs in fields that are hungry for new talent and different perspectives.
Student welfare is our top priority. Therefore, the program is designed to ensure that dreamers pursuing graduate programs take out only manageable loans to achieve their career goals.
How it works
Students referred by Dream.US, Golden Door Scholars, and Equal Chance for Education apply for loans. They receive financial training and support throughout the process. Over time, as more students graduate and pay off, they build a payback history that helps attract low-cost capital to finance more loans for future students.
A student’s perspective
“TheDream.US provides people like me with the resources and necessities to make their dreams a reality. Thanks to the Fellowship and Loan Program, I am able to pursue a BA in Biomedical Science and medical school at the College of Osteopathic Medicine. I was able to attend. University of North Texas Health Sciences Center. Homer Kass
Donald Graham, the Pershing Square Foundation, and other influential investors and philanthropists provide equity and money-back guarantees for the project.
Social Finance’s project design efforts were generously supported by the Ford Foundation.
State and local governments can use federal funds for education data.
State and local governments need data to meet new demands and respond agilely to complex challenges related to education and economic recovery. In some cases, leaders will need to make significant investments to modernize legacy data systems. In others, leaders will need to make moderate investments to meet more pressing needs, including collecting data to meet new federal government data requirements, informing learning recovery, and counties and schools. Providing assistance. Fortunately, a stream of federal funds can be used to support state data systems or related data activities, and state and local leaders should leverage these funds to improve.
State leaders can use a variety of federal funding streams to support state data systems or related data activities. These federal funding streams can be broadly classified as flexible (which can be used for a variety of purposes, including data), delegated (defining data as an authorized activity), or Dedicated (especially dedicated to data).
Common Sense University Scholarships
At Common Sense Society, we believe that freedom, well-being and beauty are essential to human development and happiness. We’ve hosted events promoting these ambitious ideas since 2009, and now we want to empower you to do the same.
Common Sense College Grants provide up to $2,000 in funding to university and college campus groups to organize programs that positively impact their campuses. The scholarships are designed to encourage students to play an active role in promoting ideas that lead to freedom, prosperity and beauty. This includes (but is not limited to) entrepreneurship, freedom-based activities.
Askari Education Loan
Askari Bank offers Askari Education Loan for the deserving and hard working students who are willing or already studying in HEC recognized universities or institutions within Pakistan. This product is specifically designed to provide financial assistance to students covering the cost of schedule fee, boarding, procurement of textbooks and other allied expenses.
Direct Stafford Loans, from the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) Program, are low-interest loans for eligible students to help cover the cost of higher education at a four-year college or university, community college, or trade, career, or technical school. Eligible students borrow directly from the U.S. Department of Education