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¡Adelante! Fund - MillerCoors Scholarships

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Scholarships Available: Scholarship Range $3000


MillerCoors National (Business)

1.) Be eligible for JUNIOR or SENIOR status at a college or university by Fall.
2.) Pursue a degree in the following: International Business, General Business, Economics, Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Public Relations, or Sales
3.) Must be a US citizen or Legal Permanent Resident.
4.) Have and maintain a GPA of 3.0 or above (on a 4.0 scale).
5.) Maintain full-time enrollment status throughout duration of the scholarship term.
6.) Provide two letters of recommendation which express leadership potential.
7.) Participate in Adelante's Annual Leadership Institute.
8.) Attend a Participating University (Please refer to our website, www.adelantefund.org, for Partnering Institutions).

MillerCoors Engineering and Science

1.) Be eligible for JUNIOR or SENIOR status at a college or university by Fall.
2.) Pursue a degree in the following: Biochemistry, Engineering, and Computer Science.
3.) Must be a US citizen or Legal Permanent Resident.
4.) Have and maintain a GPA of 3.0 or above (on a 4.0 scale).
5.) Maintain full-time enrollment status throughout duration of the scholarship term.
6.) Provide two letters of recommendation which express leadership potential.
7.) Participate in Adelante's Annual Leadership Institute.
8.) Attend a Participating University (Please refer to our website, www.adelantefund.org, for Partnering Institutions).

MillerCoors Chicago

1.) Be eligible for JUNIOR or SENIOR status at a college or university by Fall.
2.) All Chicago universities may apply but preference will be given to partner universities first.
3.) Pursue a degree in the following: Business, Biochemistry, Engineering, and Computer Science.
4.) Must be a US citizen or Legal Permanent Resident.
5.) Have and maintain a GPA of 3.0 or above (on a 4.0 scale).
6.) Maintain full-time enrollment status throughout duration of the scholarship term.
7.) Provide two letters of recommendation which express leadership potential.
8.) Participate in Adelante's Annual Leadership Institute.
9.) Attend a Participating University (Please refer to our website, www.adelantefund.org, for Partnering Institutions).

MillerCoors Colorado

1.) Be eligible for JUNIOR or SENIOR status at a college or university by Fall.
2.) Open to Colorado partner universities only.
3.) Pursue a degree in the following: Business, Biochemistry, Engineering, and Computer Science.
4.) Must be a US citizen or Legal Permanent Resident.
5.) Have and maintain a GPA of 3.0 or above (on a 4.0 scale).
6.) Maintain full-time enrollment status throughout duration of the scholarship term.
7.) Provide two letters of recommendation which express leadership potential.
8.) Participate in Adelante's Annual Leadership Institute.
9.) Attend a Participating University (Please refer to our website, www.adelantefund.org, for Partnering Institutions).



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