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Hispanic Scholarship Fund Posts
October 30, 2013
Did you know that Hispanics now make up 25% of public high school students in the U.S.? Or that despite the fact that only 14.5% of Hispanics aged 25 or older currently hold a bachelor’s degree, the share of Hispanic high school graduates enrolled in college reached an all-time high in 2012? In fact, that same year, high school drop-outs among this group reached an all-time low.
February 5, 2009
Guest Blogger Frank Alvarez, CEO of the Hispanic Scholarship Fund.
January 7, 2009
The Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholarship Fund (HSF)announced that FedEx will be supporting the nation's largest Latino scholarship organization over the next three years with a $352,500 committment. The funding will provide scholarships for students and support for four community education programs in local markets. The HSF press release goes on to state:
October 30, 2008
In my house, living with two parents who both had their Masters and a mom who was president of the school board, college was clearly in my future. However, we weren't always sure if we could afford it. In the end, it was the generosity of the community that allowed me to begin college in the fall of ‘94 with a handful of scholarships.