Latinos in College

"LATINOS IN COLLEGE is a not-for-profit organization incorporated in the State of New York. Our website, www.latinosincollege.com is the only all-encompassing resource for assisting Latino students and their families in choosing schools, finding funding, and succeeding in college. The website aims to not only provide links to resources but also to answer any college related question in Spanish or English that students might have."

  • Zinch

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    Zinch is a Chegg service (New/Used Textbook Site) that gives students a more relaxing vibe towards college. They provide information on scholarships based on a comprehensive student profile. Zinch also helps students find out more about college and grad schools with over 850 colleges and universities from all over the world in their data base system. They try to make process of admission fun knowing that the process is usually stressful.

  • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority National Education Foundation Scholarships

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    There are scholarships available to high school seniors and undergraduate and graduate students. The scholarships are also open to Zetas and Non-Zetas. Multiple scholarships are available with different requirements. See website for details.

  • YouthActionNet Laureate Global Fellowship

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    Sponsored by Laureate International Universities, the Laureate Global Fellowship annually recognizes 20 young leaders who have pioneered solutions to urgent challenges in their communities and beyond. Fellows develop leadership expertise and deepen their impact through a dynamic, yearlong learning experience, and join a network of over 1,000 change-makers like them who continue to benefit from learning opportunities and connections throughout their social change careers.

  • Yo Teach! Scholarship

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    According to sources, “50% of teachers don’t make it through their fourth year.” Applicant must show their love for their best professor or teacher by writing and performing a rap with friends.

  • Xerox Minority Scholarships

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    Xerox is committed to the academic success of all minority students. That’s why we offer a Technical Minority Scholarship that awards between $1,000 and $10,000 to qualified minorities enrolled in a technical degree program at the bachelor level or above.

  • Xero Scholarship

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    Scholarship is open to legal U.S. residents who are undergraduate or graduate students studying accounting, economics or finance.

  • WyzAnt Scholarship Contest

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    To enter, students must write an essay to post on social media. The most popular essays will be considered for either a $10,00, $3,000, or $2,000 prize. The College Scholarship Contest (the “Contest”) is only open to current legal US residents who are at least 16 years old and are enrolled in or expect to attend within the next two years, a two-year or four-year college or university within the United States.

  • WRN Drive to Succeed Scholarship

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    Traditional high school students, non-traditional students, and GM dealership employees pursing academic degrees in automotive management, business, and technical certification in automotive education are encouraged to apply. A limited number of scholarships will be awarded for the 2016 academic year in amounts up to $5,000.

  • Writers of the Future Contest

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    Contest is open only to those who have not professionally published a novel or short novel, or more than one novelette, or more than three short stories, in any medium.

  • WPG Scholarship

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    The $1,500 WPG Scholarship is awarded annually to a female resident of the Greater Houston area who is a student in good standing at an accredited university. The scholarship winner also receives a one-year membership to Women Professionals in Government. Applicants must be pursing studies to further a career in public service. Graduate applicants must have completed at least 12 graduate hours. Undergraduate applicants must have completed at least 30 undergraduate hours. Additionally, applicants are required to submit one essay that describes their career goals, details the challenges they have faced in achieving educational and professional goals, and discusses how they have overcome these challenges. The winner is selected based on her academic history, community involvement, and public service-related employment.

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