By Rebecca Melley
Let’s face it. We live in a world where future job placement and success hangs on a student’s ability to receive not only a college degree, but a Master’s degree as well. Do not fret. Ctlatinonews.com has found five great organizations and scholarships that can help Latinos succeed.
Not only do they offer generous financial scholarships, some also include internships and mentors. Take advantage of your heritage, grab the reins of your future, and check out our list. Share with family and friends.
Connecticut Hispanic Caucus Institute
The Connecticut Hispanic Caucus Institute is specifically looking for Latino students in the United States who have a history of performing public service oriented activities.
Scholarships available for: Community College, undergraduate college programs, Master Programs
Connecticut Association of Latinos in Higher Education
The CT Association of Latinos in Higher Education is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the participation of Latinos in different areas of post-secondary education. Applicants must be a Connecticut resident in the preceding 12 months.
Scholarships available for: graduating seniors or GED equivalent, undergraduate college programs
Hispanic College Fund
The goal of the Hispanic College Fund is to develop the next generation of Hispanic professionals!
Scholarships available for: high school seniors, undergraduate college programs, MBA programs
Hispanic Scholarship Fund
The Hispanic Scholarship Fund has a variety of different scholarships available that cater to a variety of programs. Many scholarships include possible internships and mentor programs.
Scholarships available for: high school seniors, community colleges, undergraduate college programs, MBA programs
LasCulturas.com presents national scholarships. They include everything from accounting to biology. All scholarships are based on specific programs and level of education.
By Rebecca Melley