Pre-Health Dreamers’
National Community Coalition

NATIONAL COMMUNITY COALITION’S (NCC) VISION

Historically, the lack of resources and holistic support in higher education and health care institutions has had a significant effect on the education and health of undocumented students and patients.

Pre-Health Dreamers’ National Community Coalition (NCC) seeks to address barriers and empower institutions who seek to better assist and work with the undocumented community. Through training, support, and collaboration with the members that serve in these institutions, we will enrich the spaces they provide for the most historically excluded communities.

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NCC Membership Levels

Change-Maker

$7,500

In the early stages of developing resources

  • This level accommodates teams of 30 individuals per institution

  • Establish and enrich long-term holistic resources within the institution that supports students or patients who are undocumented.

  • Support goal setting, creating site-specific resources, and site-specific training accommodating the teams need and availability.

  • Ally training and institutional assessment on a one-on-one basis.

Champion

$5,000

Have established resources for the undocumented community

  • This level accommodates teams of 15 individuals per institution.

  • Teams will have access to pre-set training dates which are led by the Pre-Health Dreamers’ team 

  • Establish sustainable holistic support.

  • Strengthen current resources and address any gaps.

  • Support goal setting, creating site-specific resources, and site-specific training.

  • Ally training and institutional assessment workgroups.

  • Work with task forces and decision-makers to set long-term goals to ensure continuous enrichment.

Individual

$25 For Students

$100 For Professionals

Students, Professionals, Stakeholders, etc.,

  • Be committed to encouraging the development, establishment, and success of holistic support, resources, and equitable policies that support the success of undocumented individuals.

  • Utilize platforms and spaces that invite candid conversations regarding the availability and accessibility of existing resources.