¡Adelante! Fund Scholarships

Adelante's Mission: To inspire the best and brightest Latino college students to graduate and succeed through scholarships, internships and leadership development


Adelante! Fund Scholarships are Sponsored by MillerCoors, MillerCoors Texas, MillerCoors Chicago, Hispanic Organization for Public Employees (HOPE)

Application Timeline: February 1 to May 1
Scholarships Available: Scholarship Range $1000 to $3000

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MillerCoors Texas

1.) Must be a US citizen or Legal Permanent Resident.
2.) Have and maintain a GPA of 3.0 or above (on a 4.0 scale).
3.) Must be attending a college in Dallas, Houston,or El Paso
4.) Maintain full-time enrollment status throughout duration of the scholarship term.
5.) Provide two letters of recommendation which express leadership potential.

MillerCoors Chicago

1.) Must be attending a college in the Chicago Metro area
2.) Must be a US citizen or Legal Permanent Resident.
3.) Have and maintain a GPA of 3.0 or above (on a 4.0 scale).
4.) Maintain full-time enrollment status throughout duration of the scholarship term.
5.) Provide two letters of recommendation which express leadership potential.


iHispano Scholarship
1.) Scholarship is open to any incoming freshman or college student
2.) Open to any major
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.

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