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2016 HISPANIC EDUCATIONAL, CULTURAL & SCHOLARSHIP FUND SCHOLARSHIP AWARDEES
HECSF Scholarships awardees, from left to right: Alejandra De Santiago, Cameron Garcia Cooley, Leticia Sofia Gonzalez, Mr. Santiago Beltran HECSF President, Joseline Martin, Mr. Reed, who received the scholarship on behalf of his wife Mrs. Ana Reed, Diana Vazquez and Mayra Santander.
Mr. Santiago Beltran, President ot the HECSF Ms. Areli Aragon, recipient of Grupo Atlantico Scholarship for a female in the STEM field.
2016 HECSF SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS:
Alejandra De Santiago is a graduate student at University of Missouri majoring in Information Science and Learning Technologies. She plans of becoming an elementary school librarian.
Cameron Garcia-Cooley is attending Southern Illinois University at Carbondale as an Engineering major.
Leticia Sofia Gonzalez is attending Truman State University and majoring in Biology with a minor in Chemistry.
Joseline Martin is attending Southwest Illinois College and she plans to become an educator and teach English as a Second Language.
Ana Reed will be attending University of Missouri St. Louis as a graduate student of the Master's program in Social Work.
Diana B. Vazquez will be attending Emory University where she will be majoring in Human Health and Music.
Mayra Santander is attending University of Missouri-Columbia and she is majoring in Business and Information Technology.
2016 GRUPO ATLANTICO SCHOLARSHIP FOR A FEMALE IN THE STEM FIELD RECIPIENT:
Areli Arangon attends Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois, where she is a Pre-Med student majoring in Biology and she intends to become a Pediatrician.
More pictures of the 2016 Award Ceremony and the 8 awardees are posted in our Photo Gallery! Click HERE to see them! For more information on the HECSF Scholarship programs please, visit the Scholarship Programs page on this website clicking HERE, or email at <[email protected]>.
APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2017 HECSF SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS WILL BE AVAILABLE AS OF MARCH 2017.
OUR HECSF SCHOLARSHIPS
The Hispanic Educational, Cultural and Scholarship Fund is pleased to award scholarships of $1,000 to Latino students in college or college-bound every year. These scholarships are recognition of a student’s overall achievements, and are available to Hispanic/Latino students that are permanent residents in the Greater St. Louis area (includes Missouri and Illinois) enrolled in post-secondary course work or trade school every fall.
For the purpose of this scholarship and to qualify, at least one of the applicant’s grandparents must be or have been Hispanic/Latino. Members of the board of directors of Hispanic ECS Fund and their relatives cannot be applicants. For 2016, the Hispanic ECS Fund offered scholarships as follows:
-Hispanic Educational Cultural and Scholarship Fund Scholarship Five or more scholarships of $1,000. In addition,
-Grupo Atlántico is offering a scholarship of $1,000 to a female student in the STEM field.
In order to enter the selection process the completed application must be received by May 31, every year. Next scholarship program will be available in 2017. The scholarships are presented during the event sponsored by Hispanic Scholarship Alliance of St. Louis scheduled to be held on the last Friday, of July every year.
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17th Annual Hispanic Family Day at the Ballpark
The 17th Annual Hispanic Family Day at the Ballpark took place on Sunday, June 5th, 2016 at 7 p.m. when the 2015 National League Central Division Champions St. Louis Cardinals faced the San Francisco Giants! Proceeds benefited college bound Hispanic students from the St. Louis Region. Thank you St. Louis for your support! See pictures in our Photo Gallery clicking HERE!
The Hispanic Educational, Cultural and Scholarship Fund, is
a public charity Missouri nonprofit corporation exempt from federal income
taxes under section 501 (c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Its mission includes working toward the
achievement of better economic and social conditions of the Hispanic community
through local and regional educational, cultural and scholarship programs. Hispanic ECS Fund was founded on August 3,
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