Are you born outside the U.S. or have two parents born outside the U.S.and looking forward to getting enrolled in an accredited public college or university? The Esperanza Education Fund is curiously announcing the Esperanza Scholarship for the students who are immigrants and have completed their graduation from the District of Columbia, Maryland, or Virginia who are in great demand of the financial support to complete their education conveniently. They believe that finance should never become a hardel in between the student and the education, to excel the education to the student they are gladly providing Esperanza Scholarship, which mainly focuses on the merits and the with the family income of a family less than $100,000 in 2020, they are not only removing the financial barrier but are assisting them with the mentorship to guide them throughout their career.
The Esperanza Education Fund aims to support the immigrant, remove the barrier between the student and the education, help the students complete the education without any external barriers, and help them through mentorship to guide them to accomplish their goal. Their vision is to support the immigrants regardless of immigration status, have access to the higher education, professional networks, and social support they need to fulfill their potential and flourish in American society.
The organization was launched on March 20, 2009. The fund has received hundreds and hundreds of applications from its establishment, awarded more than half a million dollars in scholarships, and helped almost 70 deserving students take a step toward achieving their dreams through higher education and career mentorship.
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Go through the table given below for more information about scholarships:
|Organization||The Esperanza Education Fund|
|Educational Level||Graduating Senior|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
Who May Be Eligible
Kindly enroll thoroughly through the below-mentioned points to know the eligibility criteria:
- The candidate should be graduating senior from the District of Columbia, Maryland, or Virginia.
- The fellow should be born outside the U.S. or have two parents born outside the U.S.
- The fellow must be planning to get involved as a full-time student at an accredited public college or university.
- The applicant must have a family income of less than $100,000 in 2020.
- The student should be having good academic performance.
- The fellow must be involved in community service, extracurricular activities, and leadership.
How to Apply
Submission must be made through the online process without making any mistakes in the application. The request should be attached with the required documents, with the valid information, and submitted before the deadline submission should be filled at https://esperanzafund.awardspring.com/.
Ensure to provide the application before the deadline as the late submission will not be considered.
Kindly provide the enlisted documents along with the application:
- The fellow should provide the complete application
- The candidate should provide proof of acceptance as a full-time student at an accredited public college or university
- The candidate should provide the latest transcript
- The candidate should enlist community service, activities, and leadership enrolled in
- The candidate should demonstrate the need for financial assistance
- The fellow should provide proof of immigration.
The awarded fund will reduce the burden of the expenses of students. The scholarship should be only utilized to pay the freight of students’ costs like Tuition Fees, Fees, Books, and other student requirements. This scholarship encourages the students to achieve their goals and overcomes obstacles. The application process for this scholarship is simple.
Applicants are invited to apply. Late applications will not be considered.