High School Student Support - J2C

Statewide - Colorado
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DACAmented and  UNDOcumented Students

 

Juntos 2 College prepares undocumented high school seniors for career success by supporting them through the DACA application process and the entrepreneurial process in order to earn income legally.

Juntos 2 College Services

Juntos 2 College is platform that matches first-time DACA applicants with financial backer team, legal team, and upward mobility team from their couch.

  • You will receive financial support to cover your DACA filing fee ($495)
  • Their in-house legal team will review your DACA app for successful submission
  • Their upward mobility team will educate first-time DACA applicants how to earn income legally through college access, entrepreneurship, and work-force entry.
  • Their platform serves as a pathway to upward economic mobility.

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Juntos 2 College, Macthes first-time DACA applicants with a specialized team.

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Contact Juntos 2 College, If YOU are…

– First-time DACA applicants

– Undocumented students looking to enroll in college or join the work-force.

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