RMHC/HACER National Scholarship

$100,000

January 18, 2018

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  • Scholarship Description
  • RMHC/HACER National Scholarships are $100,000 ($25,000 per year paid over four years) for five students who verify enrollment at any accredited institution that provides post-secondary education each year, among other requirements.

    Eligibility:
    -Be a high school senior
    -Be a legal U.S. resident
    -Be younger than 21 years old
    -Must carry a minimum 2.7 GPA
    -Be eligible to attend a two- or four-year college or university with a full course of study
    -Plan to enroll at an accredited post-secondary education institution during the academic year following their graduation

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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bryan u  on 1/2/2016 10:40:43 PM

this would help me a lot, both my parents are both Hispanic and they do a lot for me and this would help them out. I would be the first one in the family to set foot in college!

mohamud h  on 10/9/2015 9:30:46 AM

my names mohamud and im from somalia i would love to have the opportunity to go to college since any of my brothers or family members has never been

Stephanie M  on 8/27/2015 10:47:45 AM

this scholarship would help me so much for me and epecially my parents my mother is Hispanic and she always tries to help me in my education and my father is a retired Veteran and a retired Teacher and he does everything in his power to help me with my Career and for my Future so im thankful to apply for this Scholarship

Yessenia S  on 9/17/2014 10:35:04 PM

The money coming out of this scholarship would help me a lot because both of my parents have done so much for me, and their biggest dream is to see me in college. I feel like this scholarship would be perfect to show them that i will accomplish my dreams.

Hannah A  on 12/12/2013 9:35:49 AM

I would be great for this scholarship. Both my parents are hispanic and the money would help tremendiously, because I feel super bad using my parents money because they have done so much for me already.

Keyri C  on 1/23/2011 1:22:15 PM

Because Ronald McDonald House Charities HACER Scholarship Program has help many hispanic student to have the opportunity to attend to a college.

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