District officials and students joined with community leaders to unveil the Fresno Unified Dream Resource Center at Manchester Center on Wednesday, September 13, 2017. The Center will assist our community with the federal government's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) renewal applications, citizenship courses, dissemination of accurate information, training for our stakeholders and provide office space for individuals to receive services and support. Board trustees plan to adopt a resolution in support of the continuation of DACA and establishment of the Dream Resource Center.
"Fresno Unified is committed to supporting our DACA students and staff. The Dream Resource Center will provide instrumental help by adequately supporting our immigrant students, staff and their families. I want to thank all of our community partners for joining with us to make this historic moment possible," said Interim Superintendent Bob Nelson.
Manchester Center (Northeast corner of Shields & Blackstone Ave.)
3402 N. Blackstone Ave., Suite 245 (Second floor)
Fresno, CA 93726