¡Súbete al autobus para ir a Washington DC!

El 10 de Abril del 2013, Juntos prendera camino a la capital de los Estados Unidos a Washington D.C para unirnos con miles de personas en una movilización masiva para demandar de que pasen una reforma migratoria que sea justa, human y que sea en realidad por el pueble y para el pueblo.
¡Tenemos buses saliendo de Filadelfia y los queremos llenar!
¡Reserva to espacio ahora!


Por favor llena la forma abajo COMPLETAMENTE para reservar su asiento en el autobus para el 10 de Abril ó llámenos a nuestra oficina al 215.218.9079

How can YOU help pass the Pennsylvania DREAM Act

We need YOUR help to pass the Pennsylvania DREAM Act. We urge you to contact your local state representatives and pressure them to vote yes on Senate Bill 713 when it is presented in front of them.
Below we have provided a tool you can use to look up your local elected official.
Please also sign the petition below to ensure that your elected officials get an email urging them to pass this important piece of legislation

On March 16 Senator Lloyd Smucker (R) from Lancaster PA Introduced the Pennsylvania DREAM Act into the Senate. Juntos DREAMers, along with other youth in the state and the Pennsylvania Immigrant and Citizenship Coalition (PICC)  sat down and met with the senator prior to the bill being introduced to draft the initial language of the bill and ensure that this bill is for and by the community that will be most affected.
Now that the bill has been introduced it is up to us, the people, to pressure our elected officials into making sure that this important piece of legislation passes.

Untitled drawing (1) Please click HERE to sign our Petition

The Pennsylvania DREAM Act will provide the opportunity for undocumented young adults who have graduated from a high school in Pennsylvania, or have a GED certificate , to pay in-state tuition rates at public institutions of higher learning in Pennsylvania. Most of the time undocumented students applying to college get charged international or out-of state tuition rates, which are 3-4 times more expensive than the regular in-state tuition they would get charged if they were documented. These are young adults that have grown up in Pennsylvania and they and their families have been contributing to the economy of the state. In 2010 families with undocumented heads of households paid approximately $135 million in state and local taxes. Passing the PA DREAM Act would increase the potential for those benefiting from it  to increase their potential to contribute back to the state even more by becoming college educated productive tax payers.

This bill is not only beneficial to undocumented young adults but also to the whole of Pennsylvania. Allowing more students to access a college education, who would otherwise not be able to afford it, will increase the number of students enrolling into public institutions of higher learning and therefore increase college revenues. State DREAM Acts have passed already in 13 other states and they have provided huge economic benefits to public institutions.

We in Juntos see that denying students to ability to pay in-state tuition is unjust and as against the values of equality that this country was founded upon. We see education as a human right and therefore the access to education as well.

Please use the search box below to look up the contact info of your local state representatives and tell them to pass this important piece of legislation.


Locate your Senators and Representative

ex: 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington, DC 20500

Get on the bus to Washington D.C!

On April 10, 2013 Juntos will be headed to Washington D.C to unite with thousands of other people in our nation’s capital to demand that a TRUE immigration reform is passed that is just, humane and truly by the people and for the people. Juntos has buses leaving from the Philadelphia and we want to fill them up!

Please fill out the form below COMPLETELY to reserve your spot on the bus for this important mobilization. For more information call our office at 215.218.9079


Juntos is hiring for 2 positions!

We at Juntos have some exciting news! We have new openings on the Juntos team for two new organizer positions!
As you may know already, we have grown a lot in the past year and have also accomplished many victories for our community, So we are super excited for the prospect of growing even more and accomplishing even more victories for the latino-immigrant community.
Please see below for more details:

These are two new position available in the organization:


  • We are also hiring for a Part-Time Education Organizer at 15 hours a week with some evenings and weekends and this person will be working with parents, mostly mothers, on local education campaigns.
    Please Click Here for PDF of Full Job Description


These applications are due Monday, April 1st at 5pm. We are hoping to hire by mid April.
Please submit resumes along with cover letter to Erika@vamosjuntos.org