Many non-profits and higher education institutions offer scholarships, internships, and fellowships specifically for Latino/a and migrant students. Check back periodically to find out about local, state, and federal opportunities!
Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Non-Profit Internship Program (NPIP) for pell grant eligible North Carolina undergraduates. Undergraduates must be in a four-year college or university. Students ineligible for a Pell grant due to documentation issues or criminal conviction should contact Jose Oliva, 336-725-7541 ext. 112. Host organization applicants contact: Khaetlyn Grindell, 336-725-7541 ext. 113. All other Student applicants contact: Jose Oliva, 336-725-7541 ext. 112
The application will be available in November, 2017.
Witness for Peace Southeast is looking for interns for the following positions: Pilgrimage for Peace & Justice (Spring), Fundraising Intern, Data Management Intern.
The Southern Coalition for Social Justice seeks a student intern to assist in its immigrants’ rights project. The position pays $15 per hour for 10 hours per week. The intern must have a car and be a fluent Spanish-speaker. Please contact George Eppsteiner at George@southerncoalition.org for further information.
Deadlines in 2018
ZSR Non-Profit Internship Program–Each summer, the program awards 20 college and university students, enrolled in four-year institutions across the state, with paid internships at ZSR-grantee organizations that are working to advance the Foundation’s values in the areas of Community Economic Development, Public Education, Social Justice & Equity, Environment, and/or Strengthening Democracy. Deadline is February 12th at noon.
SAF Into the Fields Internship and Sowing Seeds for Change Fellowship–Through these programs, you will support farmworker agencies and organizations and get trained on the issues surrounding farmworkers’ lives and the broader context of the agricultural industry. Each summer, Student Action with Farmworkers places 30 college students with organizations that serve, organize or advocate for farmworker justice. SAF interns come from diverse backgrounds and about half are from farmworker families. Deadline to apply is February 3rd.
CHCI Guide to Applying for Financial Aid & Scholarships
Educators for Fair Consideration Undergraduate Scholarship List & Guide (Proof of citizenship or legal permanent residency not required)
Educators for Fair Consideration List of Graduate Scholarships & Fellowships-2014 (Proof of citizenship or legal permanent residency not required)
MALDEF Scholarship Resource Guide 2018-2019
Univision Scholarship Information.