Dare to DREAM

By Delia Torres-Enciso|October 10, 2018Centers, Rock Creek, Top Stories|

Like the aforementioned artists, your success as a student should not be hindered by your country of origin. If you need help as an undocumented or DACAmented student, PCC’s DREAM center can provide guidance, legal help and a safe place for you. If you are a student in need they can provide $495 for DACA assistance, mentorship programs such as The Dream Project, and other student leadership positions such as DREAMers Ambassadors. On Friday, October 26th from 11-12 pm, the DREAM center will hold a couple of Know Your Rights events and an ORSAA 101 application workshop. The DREAM center is located at the Rock Creek campus in Building 2, Room 101. It is open Monday-Thursday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and by appointment only on Fridays. Contact Jhoana Monroy, the DREAM Center’s main point of contact, via email at jhoana.monroy@pcc.edu or call her at 971-722-7986.

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Delia Torres-Enciso

About Delia Torres-Enciso

I’m on my second year at PCC with plans to transfer to PSU next year and earn a bachelors of science degree. My academic focus is in Philosophy and Films Studies. This last summer I gained experience as a journalist intern for The Pamplin Media Group writing for The Beaverton Valley Times and The Washington County Times. My future career path is still uncertain. However, I have a strong desire to continue as a journalist and will go forth with an open mind to explore any form of media. I love to write and believe the world is in need of more factual-unbiased news reporting. I like to cover Arts & Culture and intend to delve into investigative journalism when the opportunity presents itself. During my free time I like to absorb large amounts of media through TV shows, movies, Youtube videos and memes.