SHPE is proud to announce its annual Scholarship Program for the 2017-2018 academic year!
Founded in 1974, SHPE continues to serve its mission of changing lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development.
Scholarships actualize each of these components by increasing student access and support to higher education STEM programs. Our aim is to bridge the disparities in STEM degrees between Hispanics and their non-Hispanic counterparts.
Opportunity for Individual Contribution to SHPE Scholarships!
This year, SHPE is happy to announce that individual contributors can start a tax-deductible Scholarship through SHPE Scholarships. The minimum contribution for an individual scholarship fund that will be named after the contributor is $2,500.
If you would like to make an individual contribution of less than $2,500, please donate to SHPE Scholarships by clicking here.
How to Become an Individual Scholarship Sponsor:
To become an Individual Scholarship Sponsor, please fill out the Scholarship Commitment Form below.
SHPE Scholarship Program FAQs
- How are student scholarship applications reviewed?
Scholarship applications are reviewed by an independent committee. Each written application component is anonymously reviewed by three different reviewers to ensure fairness.
- What kind of parameters can an individual sponsor set?
Scholarship sponsors can submit specific parameters for their SHPE scholarships including but not limited to the following: career goals, citizenship/visa type, community involvement, creative/innovation accomplishments, diversity of background, financial need, gender, geographical area, GPA, grade level, leadership, major, preferred university, standardized test scores. SHPE will do its best to accommodate the sponsor’s parameters.
- Are sponsorships for SHPE scholarships tax-deductible?
SHPE Scholarship Program is administered by and through SHPE. Contributions are tax deductible, as permitted under the IRS 501 (c) (3) section rules.