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Education Granting scholarships for Mexican students at UCLA to complete their studies, in partnership with UCLA, and coordination of a seminar on the integration of Mexicans in the United States with the participation of the beneficiaries.

Granting scholarships for higher education to Mexican students from the Chicago area in partnership with Camara de Comercio de la Villita.

10 sessions of preparation courses were given to present “Scholastic Aptitude Test� to enroll United States universities in partnership with Acceso Academy.

Training programs were given to students in Robotics, Science and Math, in partnership with MASA-Mex.

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Training of Mexican parents, through courses in financial education, information technology management and civic participation in partnership with Parents Alliance Inc.


43 individual and family financial education workshops were given to Mexicans living in the tristate area of New York, Connecticut and New Jersey, in partnership with Qualitas For Life.

English courses and ongoing education programs for low income immigrants to develop skills and knowledge that allow them to integrate into American society, in partnership with Sunset Park Health Council NYU Lutheran Family Health Centers.

Bilingual advice to low income people about the different educational opportunities in United States, from early childhood education to higher education, in partnership with Instituto de Estudios Mexicanos Jaime Lucero.

10 information sessions were given/held for the development of the Dreamers Program Exchange to meet with their families in Mexico and to attend a four lecture program in Cuernavaca, in partnership with Centro de Estudios California-Mexico.

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CITIZENSHIP AND CIVIC PARTICIPATION

8 citizenship workshops in California in partnership with Mi Familia Vota.

16 citizenship workshops in Chicago for Mexican legal permanent residents to obtain the US citizenship in partnership with Illinois Coalition for Refugee Rights (ICCIR).

Launch of Protegete Ciudadania Ya campaign, that reached more than 1 million people in partnership with California Community Foundation, also with the participation of Azteca America, Entravision, Estrella TV/Liberman Broadcasting, La Opinion, Telemundo 52 Los Angeles KVEA, Univision Radio and KMEX 34 Univision TV, through their publishings and broadcastings.

34 citizenship and legal counseling workshops on DACA and licenses, in partnership with California Community Foundation.

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4 training sessions to volunteers about recordprocessing on how to obtain DACA in the New York metropolitan area, in partnership with City University of New York (CUNY).

15 leadership workshops in California in partnership with Mi Familia Vota, as well as establishing partnerships with 33 California educational institutions for leadership sessions and civic engagement.

57 surveys were made for detection and identification of Mexicans living in the United States to help them obtain their birth certificate, in partnership with Be Foundation. Training of 25 low income parents to participate in taking better decisions in the schools attended for their children, in alliance with ABDC. 2 sessions with Ambassador Parents. 10 sessions for the Educational Advisory Committee parents. 4 sessions for the Health Advisory Committee parents. 10 parent sessions and preparation for transition between school levels.

Counseling and continuing training for women suffering domestic violence in Brooklyn, New York, in partnership with Mixteca. 5


Health

30,000 medical services were provided via 5 mobile clinics to hispanics, mainly of Mexican origin, living in difficult to access locations in the metropolitan area of Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York and Phoenix, in partnership with the Mexico-United States Border Health Commission. 6


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HEALTH

70,000 medical services

During 2016, were provided via 5 mobile clinics, to hispanics mainly of Mexican origin, living in difficult to access locations in the metropolitan area of Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York and Phoenix, in partnership with the Mexico-United States Border Health Commission. 2


WHAT DOES JUNTOS PODEMOS ACHIEVE IN 2016 & 2017?

EDUCATION

Daily courses during the 2015-2016 school year to elementary students to regularize and improve their English language proficiency, in partnership with Masa-MexEd.

Daily courses during the 2015-2016 school year to parents to improve their English language proficiency, in partnership with Masa-MexEd.

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EDUCATION Higher education scholarships grant for adults, in partnership with IME-Becas and 71 civil society organizations and nonprofits, for the granting support in 17 cities in the United States.

Granting scholarships to UCLA Mexican origin students, to finish their university studies, in partnership with UCLA and coordination of 2 seminars on the integration of Mexicans in the USA with the participation of scholarship holders.

20 preparation sessions to present “Scholastic Aptitude Test” for young Mexicans to join to United States Universities, in partnership with Acceso Academy.

Integration of a professional’s mentor network who provide counseling to Dreamers to build their leadership, assimilation and empowerment skills, in partnership with the US-Mexico Foundation. Launching of a technological platform for tutoring young dreamers. 5 networking events to young dreamers, 2 in United States and 3 in Mexico.

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Dreamers Exchange Program to meet with their families in Mexico and to attend a six-subject program in Cuernavaca, in partnership with Centro de Estudios California-Mexico.

Leadership workshops through the Universidad del Norte de Texas for students from low income Mexican families and counseling to be admitted to public universities in United States.

3 educational workshops to low income immigrant people to promote the importance of education, in partnership with Universidad del Norte de Texas.

92 financial education workshops for individuals and families were given to Mexicans living in the tristate area of New York, Connecticut and New Jersey, in partnership with Qualitas For Life. 5


CITIZENSHIP AND CIVIC PARTICIPATION 70 citizenship workshops and 6,000 individualized consultations in Florida, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada and North Carolina, to process of becoming a US Citizen, in partnership with National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA), Mi Familia Vota, NALEO and Citizenship Now

88 workshops for the detection and identification of Mexicans living in the United States to help them obtain their birth certificate, in partnership with Be Foundation.

8 citizenships workshops in Texas, in partnership with Mi Familia Vota.

16 citizenship workshops in Chicago for permanent mexican residents to obtain the USA citizenship in partnership with Illinois Coalition for Refugee Rights (ICCIR). 6


Continuation of the Protegete Ciudadania Ya campaign, who has reached more than 3 million people in partnership with California Community Foundation, also with the participation of Azteca America, Entravision, Estrella TV/Liberman Broadcasting, La Opinion, Telemundo 52 Los Angeles KVEA, Univision Radio and KMEX 34 Univision TV, through their publishings and broadcastings.

124 citizenship and legal counseling workshops on DACA and licenses, in partnership with California Community Foundation.

15 workshops in Texas during 2016 in addition to establishing relationships with 35 educational institutions in Texas to have informative sessions about leadership and civic engagement. 7


BENEFICIARIES CITIZENSHIP AND CIVIC PARTICIPATION

(Workshops to help and explain the process for citizenships)

HEALTH

(Placement of mobile clinics in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York and Phoenix)

349,750

125,000 EDUCATION (Scholarships for higher education and for adults, courses, workshops and mentoring)

391,125 DOCUMENTATION IN MEXICO (Counseling with Mexican identification papers)

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2,500


2016 CONTACTS

CITIZENSHIP PARTICIPATION PROGRAM

65,000

people were assisted in citizenship workshops

820,000

contacts for voting registry

8,000

individual counseling about citizenship 9

Achievements Juntos Podemos 2015-2016  
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