“There is no doubt in my mind that Ne’Quan’s dream was life-changing; not only for him, but for me as well. Coming into this experience, I’d already been exposed to clubs and organizations that required leadership abilities, and I assumed that this would be no different. However, as the planning for this dream continued, I realized that this was not just another organization to showcase the strengths of leadership. Dream On 3 humbled me greatly, and allowed me to experience true teamwork through a caring group of students who wanted to make a difference.”
Jr. Dream Team
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The Jr. Dream Team program helps student leaders set goals, solve problems, and influence their peers positively. The program culminates, after months of planning, with an over-the-top, sports-focused Dream Experience for a fellow classmate that is living with a life-altering condition. When the entire school and community unite with a culture of inclusivity, the result is an overwhelming sense of goodwill and the impact is life-changing!
Currently Accepting Applications For The 2019-2020 School Year
If you are a high school located in North or South Carolina, Georgia or the Washington, DC area and are interested in bringing this program to your school, contact Sue Ramsey at email@example.com or (704) 796-0950. Download the application.
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2019-2020 School Year
Wheatmore High School
A.L. Brown High School
Hopewell High School
Shelby High School
Jr. Dream Team Alumni
Gordon PalmerPrincipal, West Iredell High School
“Watching Tyler’s dream unfold has been the most memorable moment in my teaching career. I was overwhelmed at the outpouring support from the community and the regular ed students from our school. I enjoyed being able to work with regular ed students to build a dream, come up with fundraising activities and execute them. I never get this opportunity since I am in my classroom all day. It taught me a lot about non-profit organizations and how to oversee a team, assign positions and bring a community and school together for a cause. Wes I am so blessed to be have been given this opportunity and hope one day I can help out on another project with them through volunteering.”