Buenas Opiniones Scholarship applications for Hispanic applicants are currently ongoing and applications are being accepted from eligible applicants. Be a beneficiary of this award by carefully reading this article to the end to know if you are eligible to apply.
About Buenas Opiniones Scholarship
Hispanic high school seniors who are graduating or who are enrolled as undergraduate or graduate students in college are eligible for this scholarship. The prize is $2,500 for a maximum of four years.
In order to help its scholars become the next leaders in their fields and communities, Buenas Opiniones will provide a range of supports, such as opportunities for networking and mentorship, personal, leadership, and professional development, as well as financial and academic support.
With more than 50 million Americans claiming to be Hispanic, the Latino population is by far the largest minority in the nation.
Students of Hispanic heritage have recently achieved great progress, despite persistent cultural, economic, and societal impediments to scholastic success. Buenas Opiniones hopes to help maintain this momentum.
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Eligibility Criteria for Buenas Opiniones Scholarship
Please review the requirements below:
1. Must be of Hispanic Heritage
2. Minimum of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent)
3. Plan to enroll in a technical, undergraduate, or graduate school during the SPRING or FALL of the scholarship cycle year
4. Merit-based scholarships available for undergraduate and graduate students
5. All majors and graduate fields accepted
6. Scholarship awards are $2,500 per application period
How to Apply
Through its numerous scholarship programs, including those designed especially for graduating high school seniors, community college students, and current college students, Buenas Opiniones awards its annual Hispanic scholarships.
You must be pursuing or intend to pursue a technical, undergraduate, or graduate degree in the upcoming academic year, have a minimum GPA of 3.0, and be qualified for any of them.
Please submit a 500 – 1,000 word essay on your struggles as a Latino student to us via a PDF (.pdf) file at schola[email protected] with all of the details listed below:
1. Full Name
3. Hispanic country of origin
4. School Name
5. Area of Study
The scholarship application is available twice a year. Currently, all application is closed for this year. Kindly Bookmark this page for subsequent update
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