Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has plans to make our country stronger, one DREAMer at a time. He and wife Priscilla Chan just announced that they are providing 400 college scholarships to DREAMers — children who were brought into the U.S. without documentation who have since become adults and get their name from the DREAM (Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors) Act. 
The tech heavyweight made the announcement on Facebook (natch) writing, “Priscilla and I are providing 400 college scholarships to Dreamers in partnership with TheDream.US. This fall, 139 new scholars will be heading to colleges across the Bay Area. And we’ll keep working to improve education and build stronger communities for everyone.”
DREAMers served as the impetus for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program put in place by then-President Obama in 2012. Per DACA, DREAMers can pass a background check and apply for work permits in America, despite not being born …