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RMHC® /HACER® with the Support of McDonald's

Denny's Hungry for Education™

Comprehensive Hispanic Scholarship Guide

MillerCoors Scholars - 21st Century Leaders Summer Internship Program

Dr. Juan Andrade Scholarship for Young Hispanic Leaders

Collegiate Leadership Development Program

Project CED

Resume Assistance

Student Resources

RMHC® /HACER® with the Support of McDonald's

RMHC®/HACER®, part of the U.S. Ronald McDonald House Charities® Scholarship Program, is one of the largest college scholarships for Hispanic students. It provides financial assistance to graduating high school seniors who face limited access to educational and career opportunities. Students are selected based on demonstrated academic achievement, financial need, and community involvement.

Denny's Hungry For Education™

Denny's Hungry for Education (HFE) is a multicultural scholarship program targeting students from elementary through college and is designed to recognize and encourage academic accomplishments. Denny's will partner with 8 leading non-profit minority advocacy organizations to launch the programs across 14 targeted states within Denny's restaurant demographics. The program will award more than $200,000 in scholarships to deserving elementary, high school and college students for their ideas to help Denny's fight childhood hunger. Details of the award dates and guidelines vary with HFE partner.

21st Century Leaders Internship

The 21st Century Leaders Internship of the United States Hispanic Leadership Institute is a ten (10)week program that promotes grassroots community organizing and leadership development in key impact areas.

Dr. Juan Andrade Scholarship for Young Hispanic Leaders

The Dr. Juan Andrade Scholarship for Young Hispanic Leaders was established by the USHLI Board of Directors in 1994.

Students for an Educated Democracy (Project CED)

Our Project CED curriculum will focus on the 2012 elections, including gubernatorial, congressional, senatorial, and presidential.  After studying the four kinds of elections being voted on, all students will be able to vote in a Mock Election for candidates in their state.  And, program participants who are citizens of voting age, or who will be of voting age by November 6, will be given the option to download a voter registration application and register to vote.

Project CED will use a multi platform approach to make civic education fun, exciting, and available to everyone with internet access. Using Facebook, texting, twitter, and email, students will expand the "virtual classroom" throughout their social network, engaging their friends to catch the latest breaking news regarding the Latino vote, listen to candidates address our issues, listen to or read the opinions of other students, track the latest polls, and keep up with the latest in political humor, which are just a few of the features being built into the model.

Collegiate Leadership Development Program (CLDP)

CLDP is a seven-week, interactive, bilateral, policy-oriented training program for Latino student leaders and university staff, faculty, and administrators. The program is designed to focus on how to formulate, exercise, and influence policy.