Image of computer and notebook with text Dream Keepers is going virtual with Dream Keepers Online

Dream Keepers Online

June 15 - July 24, 2020

Who is Eligible: Native American high school students from New Mexico entering 10th, 11th, and 12th grades.

Where: Anywhere you can access the internet with a computer, tablet, or smartphone!

Cost: Free!

Applications: The deadline to submit your application was May 31, 2020.

Details about DK-O

Each week DK-O will feature different sessions to help students explore college and careers in agriculture, natural resources, engineering, and business. Students will also have opportunities to discover their individual skills, interests, and education goals and connect with other Native students.

Daily sessions will be about one hour long, Monday - Friday between 9 am and 5 pm. Sessions will be via Zoom Video Communications. No session July 3.

Career exploration and personal development sessions will be presented by educators and professionals from higher education institutions, agencies, organizations, businesses, and tribal entities from across NM.

Upon acceptance to the DK-O, an agenda, preparatory information, and additional forms will be provided to the student and parents or guardians. Additional forms, will need to be read, completed, signed, and sent back to IRD.

Zoom session links will be private, distributed only to registered participants of DK-O.

Dream Keepers Online (DK-O) is a virtual form of the in-person Dream Keepers summer camp hosted by Indian Resources Development.

Dream Keepers in the News

NMSU to continue Dream Keepers summer experience with virtual format. Dream Keepers Online offers students an opportunity to explore college and career opportunities in a variety of fields including agriculture, natural resources, engineering and business through virtual field trips, virtual campus visits and interactive online activities.