The Greensboro News & Record just profiled some Dreamers from the Triad who are ready for college but unable to afford out-of-state tuition rates. Follow this link to read their stories and good reasons why North Carolina needs tuition equity now.
The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation will be hosting the 5th summer of the Non-Profit Internship Program (NPIP) in 2015. Consider applying to host an intern next summer. About NPIP This program began in the summer of 2011 with the goal of diversifying the pool of young non-profit professionals in North Carolina. Recognizing the financial hurdle that unpaid, […]
Here are some comments from the United 4 The Dream students: Today marks the start of the NC Walk 4 Tuition Equity. We are walking almost 200 miles, from Charlotte to Raleigh, raising awareness of tuition inequity in NC. We’ll arrive in Raleigh for Undocugraduation on June 17. Please show your support by commenting and […]
Feb. 7th-9th Learn how to better prepare for college and a career in medicine! FREE for High School Students! FRIDAY | 4:00-9:00 PM Overcoming Obstacles to Help Latinos Succeed in Higher Education by Dr. Andrew Benhke. My Journey to Medicine: Latino Medical Student Panel + Q&A, College Fair, SATURDAY | 9:00-11:50 AM: Financial Aid: How […]
Scholarship and Internship Opportunity with The Union Scholars Program for students interested in learning more about the Labor Movement. Deadline is February, 28th. For more information please visit The United Negro College Fund website. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship (click on link for the application) for seniors in a public high school in North Carolina. […]
Magnet Application Help Day 01/25/14 – 9am to 1pm Staff Development Center, 2107 Hillandale Rd, Durham, NC 27705 DPS Parents can get help signing up for Magnet schools. Bilingual staff available. DPS is looking for volunteers, preferably with Spanish skills, to help parents register for magnet schools. The magnet school application is only available online. […]
Gloria Mattera National Migrant Scholarship Fund due April 15th. http://www.migrant.net/migrant/scholarships/forms/mattera.pdf HENAAC Scholarship for those interested in STEM fields, due April 30th. http://www.greatmindsinstem.org/college/henaac-scholarship-application-guidelines Public Relations Student Society of America Scholarships, various scholarships and deadlines. http://www.prssa.org/scholarships_competitions/individual
The Immigrant Youth Forum is hosting a Youth Empowerment Summit this Saturday at Carrboro High School to train folks to get involved in the in-state tuition campaign. The Facebook event can be found here. Please invite the youth that you all work with, and have them register here.
Start the New Year off right by working on your college scholarships. NC CPA Foundation Scholarship for accounting students due Feb. 12th, some residency requirements. http://sitefinity.ncacpa.org/Member_Connections/Students/Foundation.aspx Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Foundation for students interested in science, technology, engineering, and math fields. Due May 1st with no citizenship requirements. http://www.shpefoundation.org/scholarships/ahetems-general-scholarships/ Latin American Women’s Association Scholarships […]
Jagannathan Scholarships due Feb. 1st, residency restrictions and only for schools in the UNC system. http://bit.ly/JYQHgk Chicano Organizing & Research in Education (CORE) Que Llueva Cafe Scholarship due Feb. 22nd, for undocumented high school students. http://www.ca-core.org/que_llueva_cafe NC Community Foundation Robert E. Barnhill Sr. Scholarship Fund due March 29th, some restrictions. http://bit.ly/JVl1rA