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Scholarship for Latino/Hispanic Students from the EUP


Estamos Unidos de Pennsylvania Scholarship

(This scholarship is intended ONLY for undergraduate Latino/Hispanic students who qualify to apply.)

A total of eight hours (8) volunteer service with EUP events is required preferably in the month of July*

EUP announces the availability of scholarships for Latino/Hispanic College BOUND  senior students in high school, non-traditional students* and current UNDERGRADUATE college students. The scholarship’s fund will be applied to recipient’s accounts for tuition, fees and/or books expenses. Awards for 2014-2015 will be $1,000 for full time students or PRORATED to reflect half-time UNDERGRADUATE status.


In 2002, Estamos Unidos de Pennsylvania began as a Latino/Hispanic community-based group of volunteers from the Harrisburg area.  Our goal was to support and encourage Latino/Hispanic students who live in PA in three main areas: Cultural Heritage, Educational Advancement and Mentoring Programs. Today our mission is to offer the Latino/Hispanic community avenues to advance, enrich, and better our lives through education, leadership, and social skills. In addition we provide cultural awareness through the arts, traditions, family values and assist the community, especially our Latino/Hispanic students through the integration process into the community at large.

Purpose of our scholarship

The EUP Scholarship for undergraduate Latino/Hispanic students who qualify has been established to motivate and support talented Latino/Hispanic students, who are American citizens or permanent legal non-citizens that RESIDE in the state of Pennsylvania; who aspire or are working to achieve a technical, vocational, or college undergraduate education.

*Non-traditional student: An adult or non-traditional student is not defined only by age (usually over 24); they are also students with life circumstances different from the typical traditional student. What makes adult students unique from other students and similar to each other is the multiple roles they assume in order to attend college.

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