Meet Tr3s' Agente de Cambio, Jose. Jose was born in Bogota, Colombia and came to the United States when he was 10. He excelled academically, ranking in the top 4th percentile of his graduating class of approximately 700 students. At the end of his junior year, he discovered he was undocumented. Jose did not let his status in this country stop him from pursing a higher education, he applied and got accepted to Miami Dade Honors. He is currently the President of the Miami Dade College InterAmerican Campus and represents a student-led organization called Students Working for Equal Rights (SWER). S.W.E.R. is a youth-led movement to raise awareness about social justice and equal access to education, satisfying the needs for all individuals who seek to further their education by means of grassroots organizing, political education, alliance building, nonviolent direct action and civic engagement. They speak on behalf of the million undocumented students that were brought to the United States at a very young age and grew up in this country but when they graduate from high school their future is uncertain because of their legal status. Many of these students come from various backgrounds, different stories, diverse lives, yet they all have one purpose, they want to continue living in the United States and become what they couldn’t be back in their country of origin. As a core leader of S.W.E.R., Jose hopes to achieve justice and equality through the power of solidarity.