This week we're featuring stories of young Latinos trying to hang onto the California dream. Latinos make up the majority of California's youth. So today we're focusing on their challenges, because their future helps shape the future of the state. We start at Desert Mirage High School, in the Eastern Coachella Valley. Host Sasha Khokha spent time with student Rosy Mendez, whose dream is to become an engineer. She's the daughter of farmworkers, and doesn't have internet access at home, so she depends on public transportation to get online and do her homework. The school library closes early, so the bus ride to the public library is her only choice.