The DREAMS Program is a three-year curriculum based community mentoring project for schools and colleges. It started as a motivational music band at UC College, Aluva, India in 1998 and in 2003 at Dharmarama College, Bangalore. The program later evolved as a summer camp for the high school students of Changanacherry, Kerala.
In 2012 it established itself as a one-year program with a few follow up sessions in Monroe, Louisiana, USA. In the subsequent years, the program design was developed into a three-year after-school program with nine credit hours (eight days/year) for the middle school underperforming/under-serving teenagers.
This year will mark the Second Triennial International LET US DREAM Conference. The international conference offers an opportunity to explore and share the many and varied community-service possibilities and intervention models, as well as volunteer opportunities for younger and older generations. The primary intent is to create an inclusive, diverse, cross-cultural environment for sharing and growth through community improvement discourse among scholars, practitioners, and volunteers of all ages.
Empowering local communities for sustainable global impact and improvement.
The Let Us Dream Conference was established in 2017 for the purpose of providing a forum for
sharing experiences with successes and challenges in community improvement organizations and
Broad conference goals are to: