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The Hispanic population in the United States has gradually risen over the last few years. In 2006, the number of minority residents in the US was at 100.7 million; Hispanics numbered 44.3 million, which is 14.8% of the country’s population. The latest census, indicates that the Hispanic population grew to 50.5 million of Hispanics. Since 2001, Hispanics have outnumbered African Americans, the other group that comprises the largest minority population in the country. With the number of Hispanic Americans on the rise, it is not a wonder why many institutions have started giving more and more scholarship money to Hispanic students.

BestMattressReviews.com Sleep Scholarship: At BestMattressReviews.com, we value education highly and want to give back to our community at large. We are also passionate about promoting sleep awareness and created this scholarship to both help further that cause and to help students pay for the increasing costs of higher education. This scholarship is intended to be used for tuition during the 2018-19 school year (non-renewable, however the scholarship will run every year). Deadline to submit is May 19th, 2018.

Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, Inc.: In 1978, a small group of Hispanic Members of Congress established the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) with the vision of bringing the promise of the American Dream to the next generation of Latinos. More than 30 years later their dream remains embedded in CHCI’s programs, which today count with more than 5,400 alumni across the country who are Latino leaders in all sectors – public, private, and nonprofit.

National Directory of Scholarships, Internships, and Fellowships for Latino Student. The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) is proud to present the National Directory of Scholarships, Internships, and Fellowships for Latino Students. This represents the 6th edition of this valuable resource, the only publication of its kind to provide a comprehensive list of scholarships, internships, and fellowships targeting Latino students and young professionals. Download the directory here

Comprehensive scholarship information at the undergraduate & grad level: Current and aspiring educators have numerous financial opportunities, and unlike loans, they require zero payback after graduation. Scholarships, grants, fellowships and assistant-ships, for example, can help minimize student borrowing and out-of-pocket educational expenses. That said, this guidebook serves as a starting point. It introduces basics, dives into details, and focuses on expert-driven information and resources to help students (1) better understand the full gamut of college funding options available and (2) to get moving in the right direction today. Tuition, room and board and other fees should never be a barrier to higher education. (Click here for more details)

Diabetes Scholars Foundation: The Diabetes Scholars Foundation’s college scholarship program is available to incoming freshmen with type 1 diabetes and who are US citizens or permanent residents seeking a higher education at an accredited four year university, college, technical or trade school. This scholarship recognizes students who have high academic performance, are actively involved in the diabetes community, participate in community and/or extra-curricular activities and who have demonstrated that they are successfully managing the challenges of living with diabetes. Diabetes Scholars Foundation scholarships are not based on financial need.

Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program: This program advances the transportation workforce by attracting the brightest minds to the field through education, research, and workforce development. The DDETFP encompasses all modes of transportation.  Eisenhower Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI) Fellowships provide HSI students with additional opportunities to pursue transportation-related education preparing them to enter careers in transportation. HSI Fellowships also serve as a feeder for other Eisenhower fellowships.

FormSwift Scholarship Contest: With FormSwift, you’ll save time and money creating and editing every document you’ll ever need. The formswift.com team, a young startup dedicated to creating personal and legal templates that are customizable, easy to use, and highly professional, wants to let you know about their $1,000 Scholarship Contest, which they have made available for high school seniors and college students. Why a scholarship? Formswift is a small team, made up of recent college grads, and want to provide students with a way to both pay for tuition and prove their startup savvy. Go to FormSwift Scholarship Contest to learn more about the contest and how to participate.

Geneseo Migrant Center Scholarships for Migrant Students: The Geneseo Migrant Center has provided financial assistance to students across the country with a recent or ongoing history of movement to obtain work in agriculture since the inception of its first scholarship fund in 1974.

Graduate School Scholarships for Hispanic Woman: The article Hispanic Women’s Guide to Getting Scholarships for Graduate School, from Mastersdegree.net is an excellent guide to facilitate Hispanic Women’s funding to obtain a scholarships and different types of financial assistance, which they can apply. By getting these scholarships, they could fund their education and advanced degrees.

Green Home Improvement Scholarship: HomeAdvisor’s green home improvement scholarship challenges students to come up with innovative ideas and thoughts towards green homes and energy-efficient improvements. Our goal is to hopefully help future students make changes and innovations in the green home improvement industry. This scholarship intends to serves as the first stop towards those changes.

Hispanic College Fund: Founded in 1993, the Hispanic College Fund (HCF) is a national non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C., with a mission to develop the next generation of Hispanic professionals. For 19 years, the Hispanic College Fund has provided educational, scholarship, and mentoring programs to students throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, establishing a career pipeline of talented and career-driven Hispanics.

Hispanic Heritage Foundation: Established in 1987 by the White House to commemorate the creation of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) is a 501c3, nonprofit, leadership organization which leverages established programs, effective platforms, and influential relationships to meet America’s priorities in the classroom, community and workforce. HHF also provides role models, cultural pride and a promising future through public awareness campaigns and special events.

Hispanic Scholarship Fund:  In addition to scholarship opportunities for deserving Latino students, we offer a broad range of outreach and educational programming to help students and their families navigate through the rigors of college life.

Jeannette Rankin Women’s Scholarship Fund: Jeannette Rankin Women’s Scholarship Fund honors the name and legacy of an American woman of incredible spirit and determination by providing much needed aid to women with the same attributes. Jeannette Rankin was a proponent of women’s rights and was the first woman to be elected to the United States Congress in 1916.

Melbourne Rehabs Scholarship: The vision behind MelbourneRehabs is to provide a mean for every addict or alcoholic to have the choice of all the cutting-edge and highest standard rehabilitation programs. They are awarding $1,000 in scholarships each year to undergraduate and graduate students who share their vision and ideas for an addiction-free society. Visit the link above to learn more about deadlines and how to apply.

MoneySavingPro Guide for College Scholarships: Scholarships come from many different sources. Since there are so many places to find scholarships it can make it bewildering for you to research them. This is where this guide will help you. The guide break down each step of the entire application process so you have a better of understanding of where to look, how to prepare and tips on making your best first impression when applying.

Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation Scholarships: Applicant must be pursuing a career in printing technology, printing management, publishing or graphic communications. A students who is enrolled in a printing or graphics program at a technical school, college, or university whiting the United States.

Reviews.com: A website dedicated to conducting data driven and unbiased research about topics that can help make an impact in people’s lives. Here you will find their recent research that will  help students find scholarships available to them. As you know, every year there are a wide range of scholarships offered to students to help finance their education. They analyzed and graded them using five core metrics, including functionality, scholarship availability, quality, application tools, and additional helpful resources.

Scholarships.com: Colleges are always looking to diversify their campuses and to make their schools more accessible to students of all ethnicity, economic backgrounds and religious beliefs. For this reason, many scholarships are restricted to minority students, Hispanics being one of them. That’s right, just being of Hispanic descent can make you eligible for scholarships and grants.

School Soup: It’s research team has accumulated a large college scholarship database online. With over $40 billion in scholarships listed, this site can help you find financial aids for your college or university studies – without the full burden of student loans or debt. Its’ search engine will find college scholarships that match your student profile by searching over 250,000 scholarships (private and college specific). Once you fill out your student profile you will be instantly matched to potential scholarships in “My Scholarships” Spend less time searching and more time applying.

Scholarships for Hispanics: Provides a Scholarship Directory Search engine.

Smithsonian Fellowships and Internships: The Office of Fellowships and Internships has the central management and administrative responsibility for the Institution’s programs of research fellowships, internships, and other academic appointments. One of its primary objectives is the facilitation of the Smithsonian’s scholarly interactions with students and scholars at universities, museums, and other research institutions around the world. The Office administers Institution wide research support programs, and encourages and assists other Smithsonian museums, research institutes and research offices in the development of additional fellowships, internships, and visiting appointments.

Society of Women Engineers Scholarship Program: The SWE Scholarship Program provides financial assistance to women admitted to accredited baccalaureate or graduate programs, in preparation for careers in engineering, engineering technology and computer science. All SWE Scholarship applicants must be planning to attend a school ABET-accredited programs. Undergraduate applicants must be planning to study an ABET-accredited program in engineering, technology, or computing in the upcoming academic year. Masters and PhD candidates must be enrolled or accepted at a school with ABET-accredited programs in engineering, computing, or technology.

Weird Scholarships: Scholarships are abundant for for average students, minorities and those with other talents. In fact, there are some just plain weird scholarships that can help you pay for college, just like those scholarships awarded to athletes and over-achievers.

VFW Auxiliary’s Young American Patriotic Art Contest: Established 1914, members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States Auxiliary set out to serve the veterans of this country and our communities in honor of the sacrifices and commitment of every man and woman who has served in uniform. The VFW Auxiliary is one of the nation’s oldest veterans’ service organizations and our members are the relatives of those who have served in overseas combat. We have nearly 470,000 members in more than 4,000 Auxiliaries nationwide who volunteer millions of hours and fund raise millions of dollars for charitable projects that benefit veterans, military service personnel and their families.