Hispanic College Scholarship

January 24, 2009 by Admin  
Filed under Featured, Hispanic Scholarships

SCHOLARSHIP RESOURCES FOR HISPANICS

Financial aid by way of scholarships and grants for Hispanics are available in a number of venues.  No more can financial inadequacy be the reason for deserving Hispanics to be deprived of the education they seek and qualify for.  There are ways to get information about these scholarships.  The presence of most of these Hispanic scholarship facilities in the internet make it easier to research about the requirements of each Hispanic college scholarship available.  The documentary and procedural requirements in applying for college scholarships for Hispanics are contained in most of these sites.  There are sites that even provide help for Hispanic students in matters pertaining to the application.

The first thing that needs to be done to apply for a Hispanic college scholarship is to secure an application form.  The application form should be filled out legibly and completely.  Needless to say, these application forms should be taken seriously.  Answer each question as best you can but not more than you are supposed to.  Take note of the list of document requirements.  There are certain documents pertaining to your academic performance that you might have to procure from your high school or from your teachers.  There are some that require letters of recommendation from a mentor or a school official such as the principal or a guidance counsellor attesting to the character of the applicant.  Financial documents, both for the applicant and for his parents, would also be required to determine the extent of financial need.  Some scholarships, like the Hispanic Scholarship Funds (HSF), would require that an applicant also file for a federal student loan to finance his college education.

Those applying for scholarship who are employed during the application for scholarship might have to stop or reduce working to part-time to make way for the time requirements of college education.  There are scholarships that restrict the time allowed for a scholarship recipient to spend working for income.  As these scholarships are taken a significant part of the financial burden, the scholarship recipient is expected to focus his efforts on doing good in his studies and finishing his college education at the soonest time possible.  Some of these scholarships also require recipients to spend a certain period of time to render paid service back to the sponsor company after finishing his college course.  A number of these recipients actually end up being permanently employed by these companies.

Several Hispanic college scholarships are available to those who are deserving:

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1. Hispanic Scholarship Fund – holds the largest funding for Hispanic education, academic record and financial need are considered
2. Hispanic Heritage student scholarship awards – focuses on inspiring future civic leaders
3. Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities – a collaboration among Hispanic institutions and corporate partners for those Hispanics demonstrating financial need
4. Lockheed Martin Scholarship Program – focuses on Hispanic students with aptitude for engineering and related fields
5. Microsoft Program – open to Hispanics, women, and those who are disabled who are looking at careers in the field of computer sciences
6. Actuarial Scholarships for Minority Students – awards financial aid to those who are looking at majoring in actuarial science or math
7. National Association of Hispanic Journalists scholarships – open to those who wish to go into careers in journalism or in broadcast media

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