TheDream.US Scholarship provides college scholarships to highly motivated DREAMers who have DACA or TPS approval and who, without financial aid, cannot afford a college education that will enable them to participate in the American workforce. The Scholarships for First Time College Students is available to high school seniors or high school graduates with demonstrated financial need who are first time college students and seek to earn a career-ready associate's or bachelor's degree at one of the Partner Colleges. The Community College Graduate Scholarship is available to community college students with demonstrated financial need who have earned their associate's degrees and seek to complete their bachelor's degrees at one of our four-year Partner Colleges.
The Bright Stars College Access Program enables middle and high school students of low-income and have high academic achievements to overcome the socio-economic constraints preventing them to pursue a college experience. The Bright Stars program offers courses, workshops, counseling and mentoring to prepare students in the application process and transition to college. Students must be enrolled in 8th, 9th or 10th grade in a public or private high school in Puerto Rico.
Kinesis directs its efforts to Puerto Rican students and low-income families. Aspiring high school seniors must have a GPA of 3.5 or higher. Students who are currently enrolled in a bachelors degree and those aspiring or attending a graduate program must have a 3.0 GPA or higher on a 4.0 scale. Applicants must obtain admission to an accredited educational institution outside of Puerto Rico (letter of admission of the university is required).
To qualify, applicants must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a full-time student in a four-year institution in the U.S. or U.S. territories, and demonstrate a verifiable need for financial support. At least one parent must be of Hispanic ancestry.
The HACU National Internship Program is open to all students, regardless of their ethnicity, gender, age, faith, etc. To be eligible for HNIP, applicants must (1) have a minimum 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale); (2) be enrolled in a degree-seeking program at an accredited institution. (Students pursuing only a credential or certificate will be considered ineligible.) The only session for which you may apply if you have already graduated is the summer session immediately following your final spring semester; (3) have completed the freshman year of college before the internship begins; and (4) be authorized or eligible to work in the United States by law.
Applicants must be Latina/o students who have successfully completed their comprehensive exams and/or are already writing their dissertation, and are full-time students at an HTIC member school. See link for list of HTIC member institutions. Potential applicants must be enrolled as HTIC Scholars by the institution before beginning the application process.
HEEF provides a limited number of competitive academic scholarships for OC high school and community college transfers who enroll at a four year college or university. HEEF also awards tuition grants for OC graduates to attend community college and the Luevano Fund awards tuition grants for elementary students at selected Santa Ana Catholic Grammar Schools. The OC Hispanic Bar Association awards several scholarships for OC college graduates to attend Law School.
Applicant must have at least one parent of Hispanic/Latino heritage, be a high school senior, be younger than 21 years old, be eligible to attend a two- or four-year college, university or technical school with a full course of study, and be a legal U.S. resident.
The United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) E. Kika de la Garza Fellowship Program offers faculty and staff from HSIs the opportunity to work collaboratively with USDA to gain insight and understanding of the federal government.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Public Service Leaders Scholarship Program provides combined scholarship and internship opportunities to undergraduate and graduate students leading to permanent employment upon completion of their degree.
The Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) Program provides outstanding African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American, and Hispanic American students with an opportunity to complete an undergraduate college education in any discipline area of interest. Continuing Gates Millennium Scholars may request funding for a graduate degree program in one of the following discipline areas: computer science, education, engineering, library science, mathematics, public health or science.
ALPFA offers scholarships to students, in the US or Puerto Rico, who are pursuing undergraduate/graduate studies. The purpose of these scholarships is to encourage those students who have demonstrated academic excellence to continue pursuing their professional careers.
Any current or newly entering graduate library school student (M.L.S. or Ph.D.) may apply for its scholarships. Must provide proof of enrollment to an accredited library school. Full-time status is not a requirement.
Applicants are eligible for National Scholastic Achievement Awards, Honors Awards and General Awards. Grades and academic performance will serve as indicators of potential; however, an emphasis may be placed on the individuals motivation, sincerity, and community involvement.
The GE LNESC Scholarship Program awards scholarships to qualified minority students who are enrolled as business or engineering majors leading to a bachelor's degree at accredited colleges or universities in the United States who will be classified as college sophomores in the fall.
The program promotes and fosters the development of young college-age Latina leaders through training, mentoring opportunities, access to national networks and tools to create a community impact through their leadership projects.
The José Martí Scholarship Challenge Grant Fund is a need-based merit scholarship that provides financial assistance to eligible HS seniors, undergraduate and graduate students, residents of Florida students of Hispanic origin who will attend Florida public or eligible private institutions.
The Latino Studies Fellowship Program provides opportunities to US Latino/a predoctoral students and postdoctoral and senior scholars to pursue research topics that relate to Latino art, culture, and history. Interdisciplinary subjects are encouraged and can be undertaken at more than one of the Smithsonian museums and/or research units, and advised by one or more of the Smithsonian research staff members.
Career development opportunity for motivated undergraduate and graduate Hispanic student with a passion for Engineering and Science. Selected students will be exposed to ExxonMobil by participating in their world class mentoring program, have the possibility to interview for positions and receive a $1,000 educational grant. See application below.
A one-year scholarship to a Spanish-speaking individual at an accredited university in the united states. El número de becas anuales y el monto de cada beca estará determinado por la cantidad de fondos disponibles.
CHCI's scholarship opportunities are afforded to Latino students in the United States who have a history of performing public service-oriented activities in their communities and who demonstrate a desire to continue their civic engagement in the future. There is no GPA or academic major requirement. Students with excellent leadership potential are encouraged to apply.
The nine month Fellowship Program offers exceptional Latinos who have a master's degree or higher unparalleled exposure to hands-on experience in the public policy issues in science, technology, engineering and math issues.
This Fellowship Program offers talented Latinos, who have earned a bachelor's degree within two years of the program start date, the opportunity to gain hands-on experience at the national level in the public policy area of their choice. Fellows have the opportunity to work in areas such as international affairs, economic development, health and education policy, housing, or local government.
Merit-based and need-based general scholarships are awarded to qualified high school graduating seniors, undergraduate students, and graduate students who demonstrate both significant motivation and aptitude for a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics.
Merit-based scholarships awarded to doctoral candidates, who demonstrate both significant motivation and aptitude for a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics and have completed All But Dissertation.
Provides scholarships to deserving Hispanic students that wish to pursue or are pursuing a bachelor degrees in a natural resources or a natural resources conservation-related field of study at an accredited four-year institution.
Scholarships for college juniors and seniors in international business, general business, economics, finance, accounting, marketing, public relations, or sales; electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science or biochemistry.
Graduate scholarships in drama/theater, set design/costume design, lighting design, film (writing/directing/production), broadcast communications, entertainment law, or business administration with an emphasis on entertainment management. You must be a graduate student enrolled full-time during the previous/current academic year at one of the following selected universities: Yale, Harvard, Columbia, NYU, Northwestern, UCLA, USC, and UT Austin.
College scholarships, graduate fellowships and grants for Hispanics, Latinos, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, Puerto Ricans, Cubans, Dominicans, South and Central Americans, African Americans, Native Alaskans, Aleuts, Inuit, Eskimos, Native Americans, Native Pacific Islanders, Hawaiians, Polynesians or Micronesians.
Scholarships are designed to assist students of Hispanic heritage obtain a college degree. Scholarships are available on a competitive basis to community college students, community college transfer students, undergraduate students, and graduate students. Students must apply via www.hsf.net
Internship resources are aimed at connecting minority high school, community college, undergraduate and graduate students with the best internship and research programs to help advance their educational career and development.
Graduate Student Opportunities resources are aimed at helping minority undergraduates determine which graduate program best fits their needs with a combination of scientific program, minority researchers/mentors and financial opportunities tailored to their interests.
Using classroom and outdoor settings, the Institute is designed to help create the environmental leaders of tomorrow by, educating, engaging, and inspiring youth, especially Latinos and other minorities, to a range of environmental, natural resource and energy topics.
The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) is a unique federally-funded educational support and scholarship program that helps from migrant and seasonal farmworking backgrounds to reach and succeed in college.
The Young Educators Program Fellowship is geared towards further developing the fellow's academic, leadership, civic, and presentation skills. Our goal is to prepare the fellows to excel in their college education and professional careers.
The Alliance/Merck Ciencia (Science) Hispanic Scholars Program is a partnership to improve Hispanic student access to higher education and degrees in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The Program provides scholarships at two levels: High School Seniors and College STEM Majors.