Community Council of Idaho, Inc. Hispanic Scholarship Fund
The scholarship funds are gathered through our Annual Hispanic Scholarship Golf Tournament. For more than 25 years, Community Council of Idaho, Inc. has provided scholarships to Idaho’s Hispanic high school seniors. Our scholarships help low-income, college-bound and well-deserving Hispanic high school graduating seniors pay for the expenses they will incur while attending an institution of higher education. The funds can be used towards school related expenses such as tuition fees, books and transportation.
It has been an honor for us to be able to award scholarships to outstanding Hispanic students. Our Hispanic Scholarship Fund Selection Committee looks forward to reading about the goals and aspirations of eligible applicants from the students at your high school.
This scholarship is targeting:
- Residents of Idaho
- Incoming college freshmen
- Students who have not received CC Idaho scholarship in prior years
- Students interested in pursuing an ACADEMIC course of study
- Students of Hispanic origin
- Students with a minimum 2.5 GPA
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