The David C. Lizárraga Fellowship

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Deadline
February 26, 2018
  • Scholarship Description
  • Through The David C. Lizárraga Fellowship, TELACU recognizes graduate students who demonstrate the potential and commitment to advance TELACU's mission of building self-sufficient communities through economic empowerment.

    Applicants must be a first-generation college student, pursuing a master's degree in business administration or engineering (students pursuing other graduate degrees may also be considered at the Foundation's discretion); have a minimum 2.5 GPA, be enrolled in a graduate program full-time for the entire academic year; be a permanent resident of a community listed in the college success program guidelines. Students must also demonstrate financial need, outstanding leadership potential, a remarkable record of professional/extracurricular achievement, and a commitment to the development and economic empowerment of communities.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 5400 E Olympic Boulevard
  • Third Floor
  • Los Angeles, CA 90022
  • dgarcia@TELACU.com
  • 323-721-1655

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