In 1997, the Florida Legislature created the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program. This Florida Lottery-Funded scholarship rewards students for their academic achievements during high school by providing funding for them to pursue postsecondary educational and career goals in Florida. During the 2001-2002 award year, over 100,00 Florida students received a Florida Bright Futures Scholarship.
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The José Martí Scholarship Challenge Grant Fund is a need-based merit scholarship that provides financial assistance to eligible Hispanic students who will attend Florida public or private institutions. Applicants for undergraduate study must apply during their senior year of high school. Graduate students may apply, but priority for the scholarships is given to graduating high school seniors. The number of new awards made each year is subject to contributions from private sources and funds appropriated by the Florida Legislature.
The Fondo Futuro Scholarship program is the newest scholarship program designed to support Hispanic higher education by offering $1,000 scholarships to Hispanic college students. Its mission is to drastically increase the rate of Hispanic students attending college, graduate school, training programs, and continuing education programs.
Application Deadline: April 26, annually
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Application Deadline: February 28, 2015
Open to all fields of study for US, international students, and alumni to apply. The US $20,000 must be used for “educational expenses”, which includes: tuition, fees, books, supplies, equipment required for study or towards repayment of outstanding student loans. In addition, the GotScholarship $20K Give Away is transferable (can be used toward current tuition or loans), and virtually anyone 18 years old or older is eligible to participate. (New York residents are not eligible to participate.)
Application Deadline: March 30, 2015
HSF General College Scholarships are designed to assist students of Hispanic heritage obtain a college degree. Scholarships are available on a competitive basis.
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The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation – the federal memorial to our 33rd President awards merit-based $30,000 scholarships to college students who plan to pursue careers in government or elsewhere in public service, and wish to attend graduate or professional school to help prepare for their careers. Truman scholars participate in leadership development programs and have special opportunities for internships and employment with the federal government.
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To be eligible to apply for one of HACU’s scholarships, students must be attending a HACU Member or Partner college or university (visit www.hacu.nethacu_members for a complete listing) and meet all additional criteria for the program to which they are applying. Some programs may be available for high school seniors intending to enroll in a HACU-member institution in the Fall. HACU uses one scholarships application for the several different programs it administers. Program criteria will vary based on the requirements of the funding organization, e.g., specific major, level of study, college/university, region of the country, etc. Scholarship amounts also vary depending on the program, usually ranging from $500 - $2,000 per year. Most of the scholarships are not renewable. Although students may apply for more than one program, they are encouraged to apply to the program for which they best qualify.
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Founded in 1993, the Hispanic College Fund is a nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C., with a mission to develop the next generation of Hispanic professionals. For 15 years HCF has provided scholarships and, since its founding, has incorporated internship and mentoring programs for students throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.
The minimum eligibility criteria for HCF scholarship programs are:
-Must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident residing in the 50 states or Puerto Rico
-Must have a minimum GPA of a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
-Must plan to enroll as a full-time student for the upcoming year
-Must plan to be enrolled in a college or university in the U.S. or Puerto Rico
Each scholarship program has its own set of criteria. Each scholarship application site will state the full list of requirements for each program.
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Deadline – Early May each year, check website for more details
The Hispanic Outlook Scholarship is open to HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS, planning to attend college in September 2003, and who will be enrolled in one of the schools listed in "PUBLISHER'S PICKS" which is published in the November 18th, 2002 issue. For information and an application, send your request along with a legal size self-addressed, stamped envelope:
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Phone 1.877.HSF.INFO (1.877.473.4636)
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HSF offers different scholarship programs for students of various educational backgrounds. All applicants must be U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents of Hispanic heritage.
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Deadline – Late March each year, check website for more details To facilitate increased minority participation in the real estate management industry and to demonstrate a commitment to the study of real estate at the collegiate level, the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) Foundation created the George M. Brooker Collegiate Scholarship for Minorities (the “Brooker Scholarship”). Named in honor of the late George M. Brooker, CPM who did much to further the cause of minorities in the profession by serving as an exemplary role model and leader, the Brooker Scholarship is designed to assist minority students, on the basis of academic excellence, who are committed to a career in real estate, and specifically real estate management, upon graduation. Scholarships are available to graduate and undergraduate students.
Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship3 West 35th Street, 11th FloorNew York, New York 10001Phone 212.290.8600Email firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite http://www.jackierobinson.orgDeadline – Early April each year, check website for more details
The Jackie Robinson Foundation provides 4-year college scholarships of up to $6,000 annually to minority high school students who attend the college of their choice.
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Deadline – Early February each year, check website for more details
The Foundation’s scholarship programs are among the most generous in the nation. In 2002, the Foundation awarded nearly $3.5 million to 129 Jack Kent Cooke Scholars. Of the recipients, 39 were transfer students from community college, 40 were juniors or seniors continuing their education at a four-year school, 50 were students pursuing graduate degrees.
In honor of the values and tradition of the legendary Jesse Owens, his family and foundation are establishing the Jesse Owens Endowed Scholarship Fund and scholars program at Ohio State. Providing scholarships to students who are socio-economically disadvantaged, awards will based not just on financial need, but on each awardee’s demonstrated community service and leadership during high school or college. Future plans for the program include mentoring opportunities, lunch and dinner speakers, lectures by athletes and minority leaders, and internships with selected corporations. The Jesse Owens Foundation has chosen educational programs and scholarships as its major vehicles for creating a living memorial to Jesse, in part because of his own reliance on financial aid as an Ohio State student.