The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Foundation awards more than $500,000 in scholarships to Latino students who want to study engineering. Prizes range from $1,000-$5,000.
Accenture offers multiyear internships and $3,000 scholarships for college sophomores studying business, engineering, computer science, information systems, or math. They are awarded in conjunction with the ASPIRA Association.
The Hispanic Scholarship Fund offers a host of scholarships for students studying all fields.
Each year, 1,000 minority students studying STEM (or library science or education) will get good-through-graduation scholarships to use at any university. The deadline is January 11.
HACU awards a variety of scholarships for students who demonstrate financial need. Applications will open in the spring.
The Hispanic Dental Association has a variety of scholarships ranging from $1,000-$10,000 for students interested in studying dentistry.
The League of United Latin American Citizens, in conjunction with General Electric, awards two Hispanic students studying business or engineering with $5,000 scholarships.
More than 15 percent of minority engineering grads since 1974 have received a scholarship from NACME. More information about deadlines and requirements should be up sometime in the spring.
NAMEPA awards $1,000 scholarships to freshmen entering an engineering program and students transferring from a community college to a four-year engineering program.
The National Alliance for Hispanic Health awards scholarships to 35 students with a declared STEM major.
More information about NAHN's scholarship programs will be available early next year. This year, eight students interested in nursing won $5,000, and five students won $1,000.
The Goizueta Foundation Graduate Scholars Fund Assistantship
The Goizueta Foundation, founded by Roberto C. Goizueta (former Chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company), established The Goizueta Foundation Graduate Scholars Fund to enhance the education and skills of graduate students committed to improving Latino education. Our center’s Graduate Scholars are expected to learn and contribute to the educational improvement of underrepresented groups in the United States after they complete graduate school. The Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education (CLASE), housed in the College of Education at UGA, trains and supervises campus-wide graduate assistantships awarded to outstanding graduate students.
This assistantship consists of a total stipend of $12,000, paid over ten months. In addition, students awarded these assistantships are eligible for a reduced tuition rate, paying only $25 per semester plus student fees. Students spend 13 hours per week starting in August 2012, working with the UGA Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education. Assistantships are awarded for one year, and may be renewed for up to two additional years based on excellent performance and satisfactory progress towards degree.