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Offered by Silicon Valley Community Foundation
This Immigrant Justice Scholarship is intended to support high school seniors from select Northern California schools who express and demonstrate an interest in and activities towards social justice causes, especially in support of immigrants. Eligible high schools include: Menlo-Atherton High School, Woodside High School, Carlmont High School, Sequoia High School, Redwood High School, TIDE Academy, Summit Everest High School, Cañada Middle College, East Palo Alto Academy, and Eastside College Preparatory in East Palo Alto, California. Applicants must also have a minimum 2.5 GPA, demonstrate financial need, and be planning to enroll in a two- or four-year university. Preferred applicants will have a demonstrated interest in immigrant-oriented social justice AND/OR are an immigrant themselves AND/OR were raised in a first-generation immigrant family.
If you’re a college-bound high school senior from an East Palo Alto School, and you’re an immigrant yourself or have a passion for helping them, we encourage you to apply. Keep on reading to learn more!
The Silicon Valley Community Foundation advances innovative philanthropic solutions to challenging problems, engaging donors to make their region and world a better place for all.
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
High School Senior
US Citizens, Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, DACA, Other
Low Income, First-Generation Student, Immigrants
Applicants must be a current, graduating high school senior or currently enrolled college student who is attending or attended one of the following high schools: Menlo-Atherton High School, Woodside High School, Carlmont High School, Sequoia High School, Redwood High School, TIDE Academy, Summit Everest High School, Cañada Middle College, East Palo Alto Academy, or Eastside College Preparatory (East Palo Alto, Calif.).
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