Dreamline in Veracruz Pilot Project
Partners & Primary Contacts
- Dreamline Program of Cloud Cloth Education, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Jeffrey Harlan, President
- Home Depot México, Nuevo Leon, Monterrey, Mexico
Melissa Uribe, Director of Social Responsibility and Sustainability
- Universidad Veracruzana Intercultural La Huasteca, Tecolote, Veracruz, Mexico
Amanda Earl, Ed. D. Candidate at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY, USA
Home Depot Store Sites for Round-Up-At-The-Register Fundraising Program
- Poza Rica
- Cordoba (close to Xalapa)
- Xalapa (capital Vz, HQ of Universidad Veracruzana)
Universidad Veracruzana Intercultural Campuses Site for Dreamline Programming:
- Huasteca Campus, Ixhuatlan de Madero, Vz–near Poza Rica
- Totonocapan Campus, Espinal, Vz–near Poza Rica
- Grandes Montanas Campus,Tequila, Vz.–near Cordoba.
- Selvas Campus, Huazuntlán, Vz.–near Coatzocoalcos.
The program has educational, social, and economic objectives, each interconnected with the others.
Our educational objective is to create a forum for the connection of students in the Intercultural Campus programs to a more global community, to help them form a more clear and articulated personal vision for positive change in the world, to strengthen their expressive skills, and to empower them to enact positive change in their communities.
Our social objectives are to raise local and global public awareness of the concerns and visions of today’s youth, as represented by the students at the Intercultural Universities in Veracruz–and to develop increased engagement of Home Depot employees in their local communities through community service opportunities.
Our economic objectives are to develop increased positive community engagement with Home Depot Mexico corporation which results in continued and increased commerce and to develop a sustainable funding model for scaling the Dreamline program across Mexico.