The three-year model of the DREAMS Program is specifically designed and utilized to help the less privileged and the underperforming middle school students in their holistic development – year one focuses on Personal development, year two on Interpersonal skills, and year three on Leadership skills.
This community mentoring project is implemented in Schools by College/University students with the support of the local community. 6th grade students with weak academic performances and/or with low self-esteem are identified from different local middle schools. Once the target group is identified, college students implement this intervention for eight days (45 hours) in a year with the support and guidance of the local community volunteers who manages the project.
This program and the community seeks to impart knowledge and tools for these students to grow into a better version of themselves, to lead not only themselves but societies around them to a better future.