*Registration will begin October 4-24, 2017 (please download the forms
on-line or pick up at our location)
*Registration Fee: $40.00 (cash, check-
Payable To: Destined for a Dream Foundation or credit card)
forms can be mailed, faxed, or dropped off at our location. Registration fee MUST accompany all forms! All paperwork
is due no later than October 18, 2017.
*Please be advised, spaces are limited.
DREAM ACADEMY BEGINS: Saturday, November 4, 2017
LOCATION: Sessions will be held at our home office: 1272 New Rodgers Road-Site F-7, Bristol, PA 19007
PARENTS MANDATORY MEETING: The original scheduled date has been cancelled
due to a scheduling conflict. We apologize for any inconvenience. NEW DATE: Thursday, November 2, 2017 ~ Time:
New Rodgers Rd.F-7 Bristol, PA 19007
FALL/WINTER SESSION DATES
Location: 1272 New Rodgers Road F-7, Bristol Pa 19007- Most sessions
will be conducted at our home location.
Session 1/2: November 4, 2017- (Combined) Kick off session 11:30-1:30
Session 3: November 11, 2017 11:30-1:30
Session 4/5: December 9, 2017 11:30-1:30
Session: 6: December 13, 2017 College Tour #22 Walnut Hill College
Session 7/8: December 16, 2017 11:30-1:30
Session: 9 December
18 2017- Holiday Give-Back Activity (more information will follow)
ENJOY YOUR BREAK!
Session: 9/10 - January 6, 2018
11/12- January 13, 2018
Dream Academy: 9th-12th
grade - a FREE 25 week college-prep training
program for students centering on building resiliency in high-risk youth that will engender them to pursue higher education. The program promotes the development of the skills sets germane to successful
matriculation through an institution of higher learning while dispelling the myths this population associates with college
enrollment and completion; program operates once a week.
DFAD will empower each student with helpful tools in meeting their dreams and life
goals. We will attend seminars, field trips, personal and professional training development and other training's
to help promote successful and positive young women and men in our community.
Purpose: To provide a program to youth that proposes and supports the initiative of
continuing education after high school. This program campaigns self-empowerment by working closely with the students, aggressively
addressing college/trade school planning and selection as well as assisting youth with a plan that is tailored to fit their
individual needs. The mission is to build relationships with high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors and secure a plan for
the graduating seniors.