Drury CAMP

CAMP (College Assistance Migrant Program) is a program fully-funded through the U.S. Department of Education and is designed to provide support, training, mentoring, and academic counseling to the family members of migrant or seasonal agricultural workers. Federal funds will provide $373,047 this year and $1.94 million over the five-year grant period to support the CAMP program.

We invite you to speak with our excited team of program leaders and encourage others to apply to be involved in this opportunity to pursue educational and professional success!

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Benefits of the Program for each student

  • Living expense stipend
  • Personal computer
  • Leadership training
  • Travel to conferences
  • Student and community activities
  • Spanish Language Certification for students and families
  • Professional training and networking for students & families  
  • Individualized, personal advising and assistance
  • Future internship opportunities

Eligibility for the Program

  • An immediate family member that has worked in the last two years in migrant and seasonal agricultural work (for example: on a farm)
  • Less than 24 hours of college level coursework completed
  • Can enroll as a full-time student
  • Has at least “qualified alien” status
  • Demonstrated financial need

Expectations of the program

  • Complete the first year of classes successfully
  • Continue into second year of coursework
  • Complete leadership training
  • Attend academic counseling
  • Follow Individualized Educational plans
  • Participation in activities and events