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2011 – 2012 Scholarship List
(updated February 2012)

Keeping the DREAM alive.
How to Use the Scholarship Resource List

So, there are a lot of scholarships listed here. Thatʼs great! It means thereʼs money available for YOU to go to college! So, now what?! Well, here are some easy steps to help you apply for the scholarships that you qualify for. Applying for scholarships takes time and some effort, but in the end, you might get some money for school. If you have questions, feel free to contact us from our homepage at 1. Look through the entire scholarship list below. 2. Look at the requirements and pay attention to all scholarships that youʼre interested in AND you qualify for. (If you donʼt qualify for it, donʼt apply for it.) 3. Click on the links under Web Address for each scholarship you circled. 4. If thereʼs no link, but thereʼs a phone number, call the organization. Hereʼs a Phone Script to help you with your call: Hi. My name is _______ and Iʼm calling about the _____ scholarship. Iʼd like to complete an application and would like to know some more details. Can I please speak with the scholarship director or person responsible for the scholarship program? I would like to know more information about: • The requirements for this scholarship: ___________________________ • The deadline for submitting my application: _______________________ • Can I submit my application online, through email, or through the mail? _____________ • If I have further questions, who should I contact? ___________________ • Thank you very much for your help. I look forward to submitting my application. 5. If the link doesnʼt bring you directly to the scholarship application, type the name of the scholarship into the search box of the organization's website or search for the scholarship in an Internet search engine. 6. Check the requirements of the scholarship application. Make sure you still qualify. 7. Check the deadline and write it down somewhere to remind yourself later. (This is a good chance to write it in your planner or calendar in your cell phone.) 8. Gather all of the items you need to apply for this scholarship. Check out our Resource Guide and Tutorials at to help you find/write these items: • Scholarship essay • Letters of recommendation • Personal statement • Resume 9. Complete application requirements and SAVE all of your written work on your computer. You might need it later for another application. 10. Review your essays, statements, and all written work BEFORE submitting. Send it to someone else so they can revise it with you. The scholarship committee is going to read your work so it has to look good. 11. Submit your application and write down the date when you should be contacted about your application. Time to celebrate…you finished…nice job! See if there are other scholarships you qualify for. Well, you already have a great essay right?!

Disclaimer: These are not ScholarshipsA-Z scholarships. ScholarshipsA-Z provides this information as a service to all students in an effort to help them locate additional scholarship funding. The offering organization(s) is always the final authority regarding the details below. ScholarshipsA-Z is not responsible for incorrect information listed here. If you find incorrect information here, please email us at

Scholarships listed below are open to ALL students regardless of immigration status and organized by MONTH.

Name of Scholarship
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program 301 ACT Drive, PO Box 4030 Iowa City, IA 52243

Phone / Email
Ph: 1-800-498-6478

Web Address olarships/undergraduat e-transferscholarships/

Award Amount

December 6th, 2011 (closes at 11:59 p.m. Central Time) -

* Be a current student at an accredited US community college or two-year institution. * Plan to enroll full-time in a baccalaureate program at an accredited college or university in fall 2010. * 3.50 GPA or better on a scale of 4.0 (or the equivalent). * Be nominated by his or her two-year institution. * Must be enrolled full time in a Bachelor's degree program at a 4-year college or university in the U.S., Canada, or Mexico at the time you submit the application. * Must have at least 3.0 GPA. * Requires Resume, Transcript, Essays, Letter of referral. *Must apply to do internship for Microsoft. * For graduate or postgraduate students. *One letter of reference. *Health, education, and economy related majors.

Microsoft Minority Scholarship

Microsoft Scholarship Program Microsoft Corporation One Microsoft Way Redmond, WA 98052-8303

Email: .com/careers/en/us/int ernshipsscholarships.aspx#urs cholarship-1

Full tuition and fees, monthly stipend, internship

January th 16

Rafael del Pino Foundation

Rafael Calvo, 39 28010 Madrid

Ph: (+34) 91 396 86 00 (Spain) Email: /xii-programa-debecas-para-estudiosde-posgrado/

Not provided.

January 20


Name of Scholarship

Bobbie Massey P. O. Box 316 Animas, New Mexico 880200316

Phone / Email
Ph: (575) 548-2434 E-mail:

Web Address
http://www.epsilonsigm s/results/?state=Intern ational

Award Amount

February 1

* Please see website for requirements since they might vary.

National Peace Essay Contest

United States Institute of Peace National Peace Essay Contest 1200 17th Street, NW Suite 200 Washington, DC 20036-3011

Ph: (202) 429-6063 npec/index.html

From $1,000 up to 10,000

February 1

* Students in 9th through 12th grade who attend a public, private or parochial school or participate in a high school correspondence program in any of the 50 states, DC or the US territories * Requires essay * Requires a coordinator to help review essay * Applicants must be committed to AAJA’s mission. * Applicants must be a graduating high-school senior that hasbeen accepted to a U.S. college and if selected, must provide proof of acceptance. * AAJA membership is not a requirement for application but if selected, the student must sign up for membership.  

Council for International Cooperation (CIC)/ Anna Chennault Scholarship

Asian American Journalists Association 5 Third Street, Suite 1108 San Francisco, CA 94103


Ph: (415) 346-2051 extension 102 E-mail: grams/scholarships/


February 3


University of Arizona Hispanic Alumni Outstanding Graduating Senior & Graduate Student Awards

UAHA Awards and Recognition Program Marvin D. “Swede” Johnson Building 1111 North Cherry Avenue Tucson, AZ 857210109

Contact: Oscar Lujan Ph: (520) 626-9327 http://alumni.arizona.e du/alumni_groups/club s/uaha/scholarships


February th 14

La Unidad Latina Foundation INC.

Mailing address: La Unidad Latina Foundation 132 East 43rd Street, Suite 358 New York, NY 10017


://http://www.lulfoundati Default.aspx

$ 250.00 $1000

OFebruary th 15

* Be a currently enrolled UA Hispanic graduating senior or graduating graduate student * Must be enrolled at the UA for 2 consecutive years * Must demonstrate a high degree of citizenship and leadership * Need personal statement * Need list of activities, honors, and awards * Need letter of recommendation from a school official (preferably a faculty member, advisor, or dean from nominee’s college) * Need copy of an unofficial transcript. *Have a cumulative GPA of 2.80 – 3.60 out of a 4.0 GPA scale. * Be currently enrolled in an eligible bachelor’s or master’s degree program at an accredited four-year college or university. * Have completed at least one full-time year of study for undergraduate applicants, and at least one full-time semester of study for graduate applicants. *Reside in the United States


Best Buy @15 Scholarship Program

No address provided.

Check out this website first in order to apply: m/scholarship.htm


February th 15

* Students in grades 9-12 living in the U.S. or Puerto Rico who plan to enter a fulltime undergraduate course of study upon high school graduation. Step 1: Become an @15 member on to access the scholarship online application form. Step 2: Sign on to scholarship application website and fill it out. Step 3: Complete the app by February 1st! The absolute last day to get your application in is February 16th. * Must be an undocumented student of Chicano / Latino descent graduating senior who will enroll in an accredited college or university in the U.S. or Puerto Rico for the 2011-2012 academic year. * Must demonstrate academic promise and must demonstrate their academic potential whether by GPA, college acceptance, recommendations, or essay. * Student must demonstrate financial need.

Que Llueva Café Scholarship

Chicano Organizing & Research in Education (CORE) Attn: Que Llueva Café Scholarship Program P.O. Box 160144 Sacramento, CA 95816

E-mail: afe


February 24


Name of Scholarship
General Board of Higher Education & Ministry Scholarships (5 available)

Not Provided.

Phone / Email
Ph: (615) 340-7344 E-mail:

Web Address
http://archives.umc.or g/frames.asp?url=http %3A//www.gbhem.or g/gbhem/loans2.html

Award Amount

March 1

* Must be ACTIVE, full member of The United Methodist Church for at least ONE year. * Must have at least 2.5 GPA.

Gary Canode Memorial Scholarship

Arizona Community Foundation 2201 E. Camelback Road, Suite 405B Phoenix, AZ 85016

Ph: (602) 381-1400 or 1-800222-8221

https://azfoundation m/opportunities/69


March 9th

*Graduated from Yuma County High School *Planning to pursue a career on education or aviation *2.75 GPA

Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Scholarship

Arizona Community Foundation 2201 E. Camelback Road, Suite 405B Phoenix, AZ 85016

Ph: 602-294-6081 E-mail:

https://azfoundation m/opportunities/67


March 9


*Undergraduate major in business at an North Central Association Accredited college or university in Arizona *3.0 GPA *One parent at least must be Hispanic heritage *Must be accepted into and enrolled in a Bachelor degree business program *Must enroll full time


Kenneth N. Harrison Memorial Scholarship

Arizona Community Foundation 2201 E. Camelback Road, Suite 405B Phoenix, AZ 85016

Ph: (602) 381-1400 or 1-800222-8221

https://azfoundation m/opportunities/76


Marh 9


*Student graduation from Yuma High school or Kofa High school *Planning to pursue a career in auto technology or fire science

Mabel Sassoe Kirsh Scholarship

Arizona Community Foundation 2201 E. Camelback Road, Suite 405B Phoenix, AZ 85016

Ph: (602) 381-1400 or 1-800222-8221

https://azfoundation m/opportunities/79


March 9


*Current graduate from a Yuma County High School or a full time college student who graduated from a Yuma County High School *2.0 GPA *Pursuing a degree in Nursing Profession

Education Scholarship Program of the Tucson Center for Cultural Enrichment

Lizet Torres, Business Development Manager Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce PO Box 991 Tucson, AZ 85702

Ph: (520)792-2250 Email:

http://www.tucsoncha es/pdf/Application_Fo rm_2011.pdf


March 11

*High school senior from Pima County. *Interest on working and living in Tucson after graduating college. *GPA of 2.5 to a scale of 4.0 GPA. *Positive citizenship in school and community life. *Must use scholarship for next 12 months and money will be deposited in student’s bursar account.


Association of Raza Edicators Scholarship

Association of Raza Educators Scholarship Fund Committee P.O. Box 226768 Los Angeles, CA 90022


http://www.razaeduca s_scholarship.html

$ 2000 to 2,500

March 11

*Must not be eligible for any type of federal or state grants. *Must be a graduating senior at a high school within the LAUSD includes LAUSD charter schools. *Must be able to attend our 4TH Annual A.R.E awards ceremony. * Open to high school and college students of Hispanic heritage. * Must be planning to pursue a career/majoring in science, technology, engineering or math. * Please visit website for requirements. *Be a woman of Chicana/Latina heritage. *Be enrolled in an accredited college, university, or community college in one of the given Northern California counties. *Commit to attending the CLF Leadership Institute. *Write 2 essays.

The Alliance/Merck Ciencia (Science) Hispanic Scholars Program

Contact: The Alliance Scholars Fund 1501 Sixteenth Street, NW Washington, DC 20036

Ph: 202-387-5000

http://www.alliancesc s/

$20,000 over 4 years

March 15

Chicana/Latina Foundation Scholarship

Chicana Latina Foundation Scholarship Committee 1419 Burlingame Ave. Suite N. Burlingame, CA 94010

PH: 650-373-1085


http://www.chicanalati ml


March 16


QuestBridge Scholarship

QuestBridge 120 Hawthorne Ave, Suite 103 Palo Alto, CA 94301

Ph: (888) 275-2054 Email: for-students/cps-whoshould-apply


March 27


* Can apply if listing self as international student in college. * Must be high school junior at time of application. * Must demonstrate academic excellence and financial need.

Educational Enrichment Foundation

Educational Enrichment Foundation 3809 E. Third Street Tucson, AZ 85716

Ph: (520) 325-8688 cholarships.html


March 30 at 4:00pm


*These students’ studies must show a strong emphasis in math and/or science *TUSD students who intend to graduate in May or have graduated from a TUSD High School in the previous fall semester. *Applicants must be planning to attend an accredited Arizona college or university and pursue a major in math or science * Applicants must be minority first-year LAW STUDENTS. * 2 letters of recommendation * Writing sample, transcripts, Résumé. * Visit website for further details and application.

Fredrikson & Byron FoundationMinority Scholarship Program

Attention: Greta M. Larson Fredrikson & Byron, P.A. 200 South Sixth Street Minneapolis, MN 55402-1425

(617) 347-7141 Email: m/firm/scholarshipche cklist.htm

Not provided.

March 31


Name of Scholarship
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) Foundation

SHPE Foundation c/o: 2011-2012 Scholarship Program University of Texas at Arlington, Box 19019 416 Yates Street, Room 609 Arlington, TX 76019-0019

Phone / Email
Ph: (703) 373-7930

Web Address
http://www.shpefounda hetems-generalscholarships/

Award Amount
$ 1,000 $3,000

April 1

*Hispanic-descent *U.S. citizenship is not required. *Be accepted into or attending an accredited 2-year or 4-year college or university in the United States or Puerto Rico. *Minimum GPA: 3.00 on a 4.0 for high school seniors and undergraduates; 3.25 on a 4.0 scale for graduate students. * Major in science, technology, engineering, mathematics or a related field.


*Different requirements for
each different scholarship Holocaust Remembrance Project Scholarship Holocaust Remembrance Project c/o Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation, Inc. 201 N. Franklin Street, 11th Floor Tampa, Florida 33602 Ph: 1-866-HK-CARES http://holocaust.hklaw. com $100$10,000 April 15 (new info information available in September 15)

* High School student 9-12 grade, 19 years or under. * Submit an essay. * Residents of the United States, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, or are U.S. citizens living abroad.


Western Union Family Scholarship Program

Institute of International Education 475 17th Street, Suite 800 Denver, CO 80202

Phone: 303-8370788 Phone: 202 220-1388 Fax: 303-837-1409

http://corporate.wester p.html

From 1000-5000 per family

April 21

* Must be age 18 or older. * At least 1 of the applicants must be born outside the United States. * Both applicants must be living in the United States currently. * Application must include educational providers for primary and secondary award recipients (must be 2 family members).

The Fountainhead Essay Contest

The Ayn Rand Institute P.O. Box 57044 Irvine, CA 926197044

Ph: (949) 222-6550 Email:

http://essaycontest.ayn untainhead.aspx?them e=blue


April 26

* Must be in the 11th or 12th grade of high school. * Must read The Fountainhead and write essay.

The Hispanic Engineers National Achievement Awards ConferenceScholars Program

HENAAC ATTN: Scholarship Selection Committee 3900 Whiteside Street Los Angeles, CA 90063

Contact: Kathy Borunda Barrera Email: Ph:    323-262-0997

http://www.greatmindsi olars/


April 30

* Must submit transcript, letters of recommendation, essay and resume. * Must attend conference (hotel and registration expenses covered). *3.0 GPA


Name of Scholarship
The Byron Hanke Fellowship

Foundation for Community Association Research 225 Reinekers Lane, Suite 300, Alexandria, VA 22314, attn: Hanke Fellowship

Phone / Email
Ph: (888) 224-4321 E-mail:

Web Address holarships/hanke.aspx

Award Amount

May 1

* Must be enrolled in an accredited master's, doctoral, or law program in the U.S. or Canada. *Students of all disciplines are welcome to apply. * Studies must relate to community associations generally and to the topic of the candidate's proposed community associations research project. * Applicants must be committed to AAJA’s mission. * Applicants must demonstrate journalistic excellence, a strong interest in pursuing journalism as a career, and a commitment to community involvement. * For chapter scholarships: Applicants must be a graduating high school senior, undergraduate, or graduate student enrolled full time with at least *credit units each semester for the fall of 2010 and spring of 2011 school year. * Applicants must be currently taking or planning to take journalism courses and/or pursuing journalism as 13 a career.

Mary Moy Quon Ing Memorial

Scholarship Committee Asian American Journalists Association 5 Third Street, Suite 1108 San Francisco, CA 94103

Ph:(415) 346-2051 Ph: 415 346-2051 x102 E-mail: grams/for_students/jou rnalism_scholarships/


May 2

COCA COA Live Postively & Hispanic Scholarship Fund Essay Contests

55 Second Street, Suite 1500 San Francisco, CA 94105

Ph: 1-877-473-4636 E-mail: geVerification.aspx


May 3rd

*See website for requirements

Tylenol scholarship

Not provided

1-888-466-8746 (Spanish)

$10,000 (10 awards), $1,000 (150 awards)

May 13

Must be an undergraduate or graduate with at least one more year of education remaining. * Must demonstrate leadership in community and school. * Intend on majoring in a health-related field.

Pima Community College Foundation (STARS Online)

Pima Community College Foundation 4905C East Broadway, #252 Tucson, AZ 857091320

Phone: (520) 206-4646 Email: undation/ways/scholar shipapp/index.shtml


May 27

* Must complete an online profile with information including: financial need, GPA, and essay questions. * Once profile is complete, student will receive a list of scholarships he/she qualifies for.


Transportation Clubs International Scholarships (7 scholarships available)

Transportation Clubs International Scholarships Attn: Bill Blair Zimmer Worldwide Logistics 15710 JFK Boulevard Houston, Texas 77032

Ph: 1-877-858-8627 Email: BBlair@ZimmerWorldwide.c om

www.transportationclu holarships.html


May 31

* Award can be used at institution in Mexico, US and Canada. *Must attend a four year institution. *Must intend to pursue a career in Transportation, Logistics or Traffic Management. * Requires 3 letters of recommendation and essay.


Name of Scholarship
Arizona Dream Builder Foundation

Arizona Dream Builder Foundation PO Box 63934 Phoenix, AZ 85082

Phone / Email
Phone: 480-557-4734

Web Address
http://azdreambuilder.o rg/dream-scholarship

Award Amount

September th 16

Be a high school senior enrolled as a full-time student in an Arizona high school • Maintain a 2.5 or better grade point average • Personally demonstrate a commitment through school and community leadership to the ideals of the world’s great leaders such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. • Provide two letters of support demonstrating such commitment • NOTE: there is no residency requirement * Offered for students of figurative, realist, or representational sculpture. * Letter of application from student, two letters of recommendation, 8-10 photographs of applicant's work, and proof of financial need.

National Sculpture Society Scholarship

National Sculpture Society c/o ANS 75 Varick Street, Floor 11 New York, NY 10013

Ph:  212-764-5645 Email:

http://www.nationalscul m/fa/cProg.scholarship s


June 1


Convocatoria de becas Fundacion Mexico

EDUCAMEXUS 220 W 6th street USA Bldg., Rm. A108 Tucson, Arizona 85701

Phone: 520.891.7025 E-mail:

http://www.fundacionm atoria.aspx

$ 500

June 24


* Be an Immigrant student originated from Mexico * Be accepted to a Community College or University or any other institution of higher education. * Show financial need and academic achievements *Scholarship is renewable base on academic achievement *Take a minimum of 6 credits during the semester


Name of Scholarship
Barbara Mandigo Kelly Peace Poetry Award

Nuclear Age Peace Foundation Barbara Mandigo Kelly Peace Poetry Awards PMB 121 1187 Coast Village Road, Suite 1 Santa Barbara, CA 93108-2794

Phone / Email
Ph: 805-965-3443 Fax: 805-568-0466

Web Address
http://www.wagingpeac awards-&contests/bmkcontest/index.htm

Award Amount
$1,000 (19 or older) $200 (1318 yrs. old)

July 1

* Must submit a poem that explores and illuminates positive visions of peace and the human spirit.


Name of Scholarship
Educational Advancement Foundation INC. Alpha Kappa Alpha Scholarship

E.A.F. Program Coordinator 5656 South Stony Island Avenue Chicago, Illinois 6063

Phone / Email
Ph:(800) 653-652 Email:

Web Address graduate_scholarships. htm - merit

Award Amount
Not Provided

August 15th

*Be a full-time, sophomore or beyond *Be currently enrolled in an accredited degree-granting institution *Demonstrate community service and involvement *Must be

Chicanopedia Scholarship Essay Contest

Chican@pedia The MexicanAmerican Encyclopedia PO BOX 837 LA VERNIA , TX. 78121




August 31


*Submit an essay over your
favorite Mexican-American role model *Essay length: 500-1000 words.


Name of Scholarship
Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation


Phone / Email
Ph: 800-766-1156, or

Web Address awards/dda.htm

Award Amount
Not Provided

September 1st

* The nominee must be a member of PDK. *The nominee must be a recent graduate of an accredited college or university. *The nominee’s major field must be in education, or the dissertation must focus on an educational topic. * Dissertation summary Letter of endorsement from the chair of the dissertation committee *Transcript verifying that the doctorate degree was awarded by the institution

Dissertation Award Phi Delta Kappa International 408 N. Union Street P.O. Box 7888 Bloomington, IN 47407-788

E-mail: customerservice@pdkintl.or g

E-mail: MALDEF 2011 DREAM Act DREAM ACT Student Student Activist Scholarship Activist Program Scholarship 634 S. Spring St., Program 11th Floor

http://www.chavez.ucla .edu/news/Recent News/maldef-dreamact-student-activistscholarship-program2011


September 15th

Los Angeles, CA 90014

*Students who will be enrolled at an Americanaccredited college or university in 2011-2012. *Applicants are evaluated for their academic achievements, for their background and financial need. *Students must demonstrate commitment to advancing the DREAM Act and the civil rights of DREAM Act students. 20

Arizona Dream Builder Foundation Scholarship

Arizona Dream Builder Foundation PO Box 63934 Phoenix, AZ 8508

Ph: 480-557-473

http://azdreambuilder.o rg/wpcontent/uploads/2011/ 07/ c.pdf


September th 16

*Be a high school senior enrolled as a full-time student in an Arizona high school *Maintain a 2.5 or better grade point average *Personally demonstrate a commitment through school and community leadership to the ideals of the world’s great leaders such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. *Provide two letters of support demonstrating such commitment * NOTE: there is no residency requirement
* Academic achievement indicating the potential for a successful completion of a law degree. * Personal essay (750 words), resume, transcripts, 2 letters of recommendation must be included with application form. * Candidates must have outstanding academic records, including participation and leadership in extracurricular activities. * Must be enrolled full time to qualify. * Latino background.

MALDEF Law School Scholarship Program

MALDEF Law School Scholarship Program 634 S. Spring St., 11th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90014

Ph: (213) 629-2512 eadership/scholarships /index.html

Not Provided

September th 30


Name of Scholarship Address Phone / Email Web Address Award Amoun t Deadline Requirements

AES Engineering Solutions

Not Provided

E-mail: scholarships@aesenginee

http://www.aesenginee m holarship_application_11 _12.htm


Oct. 5


*Available to high school seniors and all students attending a post secondary educational facility. *Write

AACHE Scholarship

Rosalía Delgado, M.Ed. Director College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) 2020 S. Avenue 8E, Office ES 115 Yuma, AZ 85365 Tel. (928) 3447703

Ph: (928) 344-7703 email: rosalia.delgado@azwestern. edu

Not Provided

Oct 26


1-2 page statement (typed) describing your educational and career goals, community accomplishments, and volunteer work, performance and civic organizations you may belong to.


Name of Scholarship
Prudential Spirit of Community Award

Prudential Spirit of Community Awards International Scholarship and Tuition Services 200 Crutchfield Avenue Nashville, TN 37210

Phone / Email
Ph: 877-525-8491 (toll free) Ph: 615-320-3149 Email:

Web Address om/view/page/soc/166 76

Award Amount

November 1

* Parent or guardian must be a legal voting resident. * Students must be in grades 5-12 from any state and show participation in volunteer activity.


Name of Scholarship
The Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics Essay Contest

Prize in Ethics Essay Contest, The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity 555 Madison Avenue 20th Floor New York, NY 10022 Institute for Humane Studies (IHS)-Humane Studies Fellowship 3301 North Fairfax Drive, Suite 440 Arlington, VA 22201 USHLI, 431 S. Dearborn, Suite 1203, Chicago, IL 60605

Phone / Email
Ph: (212)-490-7777 Fax: (212)-490-6006 Email: epinfo@eliewieselfoundation .org

Web Address
http://www.eliewieselfo 2.aspx

Award Amount

December 5th

* Open to full-time juniors & seniors in 4-year college or university. * Check website for annual essay question. * Student must have a faculty sponsor. * Write essay pertaining to ethics. * Available for undergraduate or graduate study in the United States or abroad. * Open to students in, economics, philosophy, law, political science, anthropology and literature. * Research interest in the intellectual and institutional foundations of a free society. *Applicant must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a full-time student, in a fouryear or two-year institution in the U.S. or U.S. territories. *demonstrate a verifiable need for financial support. *At least one parent must be of Hispanic ancestry. *Recipients must also be available to attend the 3oth National USHLI Conference in Chicago, IL, February 16-19, 201

Institute for Humane Studies (IHS)-Humane Studies Fellowship

Ph: (703) 993-4880 Ph: (800) 697-8799 Email: ontentDetails.aspx?id= 491

2000 to $15,000

December 31st

Dr. Juan Andrade, Jr. Scholarship for Young Hispanic Leader

Ph: (312) 427-8683 E-mail: dent/scholarship.php


December st 31


Deadline Varies.
(Check scholarship website for details.) Name of Address Scholarship
AICHE-Minority Doctoral Fellowships Program Contact: 3 Park Avenue New York, NY 10016-5991

Phone / Email
Ph: (800) 242-4363 Ph: (212) 591-7338

Web Address udents/Scholarships/in dex.aspx

Award Amount

See website

* Must be studying or intending to study chemical engineering. * Open to minority high school seniors or college students (freshman to juniors). * Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA (see website for further details). * Latina pursuing her education at an accredited college or university. * Awards based on financial need and community involvement. * Full-time undergraduate or graduate students of any major in the U.S. (including Puerto Rico) or Mexico. * U.S. applicants must possess a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2 and must be enrolled at one of HACU's member or partner colleges.

Comision Femenil Scholarship

Comision Femenil Attn: Ana Gonzalez P.O. Box 86013 Los Angeles, CA 90086 8415 Datapoint Drive, Suite 400 San Antonio, TX 78229

Not provided.

No website provided. * Send questions to Ana Gonzales at address to left.



HACU-CLASE Scholarship

Ph: (210) 576-3208


See website


International P.E.O. Peace Scholarship Fund

P.E.O. International Peace Scholarship Fund P.E.O. Executive Office 3700 Grand Avenue Des Moines, Iowa 50312-2899

Ph: (515) 255-3153 Fax: (515) 255-3820 Email:




* Must be female. * Must qualify for admission to full-time graduate study, working toward a graduate degree in the college or university she will attend.

Maria Elena Salinas Scholarship Program

National Association of Hispanic Journalists 1000 National Press Building 529 14th St., NW Washington, DC 20045-2001 Scholarship Committee or Geneseo Migrant Center P.O. Box 54927 Lackawanna Ave. Geneseo, NY 14454 Not provided. The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards c/o Alliance for Young Artists and Writers 555 Broadway Avenue New York, NY 10012

Ph: (202) 662-7145 Email:


Check website.

* Submit sample work, resume, essay in Spanish, recommendations, transcript, financial need statement, parents' W-2 forms, and application required. * Demonstrate interest in a journalism career. * Recent history of movement for agricultural employment. * Scholastic achievement and financial need. * There may be additional requirements for some of the scholarships. * Submit poem on website. * No specific topic required. * Open to students in grades 7-12 enrolled in U.S. public schools. * Awards are available in 10 writing categories and 16 art categories.

Migrant Farmworker Scholarship (9 scholarships available)

Ph: (800) 245-5681 Ph: (585) 658-7960


Variesplease check website for each specific award Ongoing Varies

Poetry Contest Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

Not provided. Ph: (212) 343-6493 Email: A&Wgeneralinfo@scholastic .com http://www.artandwritin

$5,000 $10,000


Tucson Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year Award AAUW Fellowships

Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson P.O. BOX 40217 Tucson, AZ 85717 AAUW Dept. 60 301 ACT Drive Iowa City, IA 52243-4030

Ph: (520) 573-3533 Email: Ph: 319-337-1716 x60 Email:

$2,000 and money for books $18,000 $30,000

See website for details.
See Website on/fga//fellowships_gra nts/international.cfm

* Must be member of a Boys & Girls Club clubhouse, ages 16-18. * 4-semester scholarship for Pima Community College. *This in an International Fellowship for graduate or postgraduate female students. * Must do full-time study or research in the United States at accredited institutions. * Several fellowships are available for study outside of the U.S.

Yoshiyama Award for Exemplary Service to the Community

The Hitachi Foundation The Yoshiyama Award P.O. Box 19247 Washington, DC 20036-9247

Ph: (202) 457-0588



Check website.

* Check website for complete details.

Tucson Conquistadores

Funding Chairman Tucson Conquistadores 6450 East Broadway Boulevard Tucson, Arizona 85710

Ph: (520)571-0400 Email:


http://www.tucsonconq 8&orgId=reg

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The 20 of every month


*Must be under the age of 21 *Must follow contribution guidelines provided by foundation.


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