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TELACU College Success Program


February 28, 2024

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  • The College Success Program is funded by TELACU and the generous contributions of our partners—corporations, colleges and universities, non-profit organizations and individuals—who have joined us over the past 35 years in advancing educational opportunities for our community. Because TELACU believes that the future leaders of our community must be engaged in meaningful careers that will change the face of our world, our TELACU Scholar cohort in large part consists of young people majoring in the fields of STEM and business.

    To be eligible for the TELACU College Success Program, applicants must: be a first-generation college student; demonstrate financial need; have at least a 2.5 GPA; be enrolled full-time for the entire academic year; attend mandatory sessions throughout the academic year (required only for students attending local area schools); and reside in eligible communities in California, Illinois, New York and Texas. This is renewable upon a 2.75 GPA, volunteering at least 20 hours for community service, and maintaining full-time enrollment. Though open to everyone, priority will be given to applicants majoring in STEM, attending institutions in Southern California and current College Success Program participants.
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Shakayla R  on 2/27/2023 9:48:44 PM

Hello, My name is Shakayla Riggins and I am majoring in business management . The reason I need this scholarship because I don’t want my parent to struggle on paying my attention and have students loans. I want to become a orthodontist, its always been a dream of mines to go into the dentistry field. I am a first year generation and I am the sister of 4 younger siblings. I want them to be able to look up to me so that they'll be able to know that they can reach for their goals also. My mom is a single mom of 5 children, just trying to make a living and do the best for her children.