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UPDATE: 2021 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS CLOSED APRIL 9TH

IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ BEFORE CONTINUING

For 2021, Seniors attending High School in one of the following school districts, that meet our scholarship requirements, are eligible to apply: Chaffey Joint Union High School District and Fontana Unified School District.

In addition, College and University students that have previously received an ESFDFS Scholarship, that continue to meet our scholarship requirements and are attending one of our Partner Colleges are eligible to apply for another Foundation Scholarship. Partner Colleges and Universities include: California State University, San Bernardino, University of La Verne, Cal Poly Pomona, and Chaffey College.

 

IF YOU DO NOT ATTEND ONE OF THESE COLLEGES, UNIVERSITIES OR HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICTS, DO NOT CONTINUE.

Attention Applicants: If you are a student applying to the Esperanza Scholarship Foundation Dollars for Scholars and have questions on how to complete the "Student Profile," please refer to our 2021 Application Instructional Manual. However, if you have personal questions you are more than welcome to contact us through email at esperanzascholarshipfoundation@gmail.com.

 

 

MANY OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE FOR INLAND EMPIRE STUDENTS 

 

The Inland Empire Community Foundation published a list of Scholarships available to Inland Empire students. Eligibility requirements vary between scholarships and students without a perfect GPA should still review awards available to see if they may qualify. Many of IECF's available scholarships have been created by individual donors and businesses who are looking to support students living in a particular region or pursuing a certain field of study.

The scholarship programs include: Altura Credit Union Foundation Scholarship for graduating seniors in Riverside County; Reggie Edmond II Scholarship for students graduating from a school within the Riverside and Alvord Unified School District; James Buchner Memorial Scholarship for Hispanic/Latino students attending Cathedral High School; Desert Outreach Foundation Scholarship for students who reside in the Coachella Valley pursuing an undergraduate/graduate degree; Pavement Recycling Inc. Scholarship for graduating seniors in the city of Riverside and neighboring cities; Riverside Construction Company/Harmon-Lounsbury Scholarship for Riverside students (high school seniors and first-year college) studying engineering, particularly in the area of construction or civil engineering; Dr. Barnett and Eleanor Jean Grier Advised Scholarship Fund for underrepresented and disadvantaged students in Riverside; Rosemarie Cionni-Mary Pastore Educational Trust Scholarship for students who graduated from Elsinore High School; Marvin Edward Leggett Jr. Endowed Fund for students graduating from Norte Vista High School and La Sierra High School in the Alvord Unified School District; The Beverly J. Soderling Scholarship Fund for graduating seniors at Banning High School; Dave & Mary Hjorth Family Endowment Fund Scholarship for graduating seniors of Upland High School pursuing a four-year college degree; Elizabeth C. and Jack B. Clarke. Sr. Endowed Scholarship Fund for African-American or Hispanic/Latino students residing in Riverside and San Bernardino; and the Ruth Schroff Scholarship Fund for African-American or Hispanic/Latino students residing in Riverside or San Bernardino Counties.

Each of these scholarships assist students with educational expenses such as tuition, housing and books. Students interested in applying for these scholarship opportunities can visit IECF's website to view eligibility requirements and to apply.

For a comprehensive guide on Scholarships, Internships, Fellowships and Other Opportunities, go to the following:

http://roybal-allard.house.gov/studentguide