Minority Scholarships - Central American

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AIFS Diversity Scholarship


Sponsored by: American Institute for Foreign Study
Amount: $1,000
Apply by: April 15 and September 15
Description: Students must demonstrate maturity, good character and high academic achievement. Applicants must be African American, Asian American, Hispanic, Native American or Pacific Islander college students. While there is no fee to apply for this scholarship, there is a $95 fee to apply for the AIFS study abroad program.
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BI-LO/SpiritFest Scholarship


Sponsored by: Eray Promotions
Amount: $2,500
Apply by: August 1
Description: Applicants must be minority high school seniors with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Applicants must complete an application which including a 300 word autobiography which highlights volunteer activities, leadership experience, extracurricular activities, work experience, honors and special awards. Three letters of recommendation and an official transcript must also be submitted.
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CESDA Diversity Scholarship


Sponsored by: Colorado Educational Services and Development Association
Amount: $1,000
Apply by: February 8
Description: Applicants must be either first generation college students, members of underrepresented ethnic or racial minorities or show financial need. They must be Colorado residents who are high school seniors at the time of application. Students must have a GPA of 2.8 or higher and enroll in a two- or four-year Colorado college or university in the fall following graduation. They must take at least six credit hours to qualify.
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