Estudiantes reciben becas del Hispanic Heritage Scholarship Fund

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HHSFMO ( Hispanic Heritage Scholarship Fund of Metro Orlando) 2019 scholarship recipients, from L to R: Paula Contreras, Alicia Pérez, Rocío Taire Vázquez Beltrán, Aimmy de Jesús Rodríguez, Italia Rico-Hurtado, Belén Infante, Karen Campos, Vanessa Galeano, Daniel Roque, Cielomar Maldonado Suárez, Gabriela Fernández, David Silva-Meléndez, Jennifer Castañeda, Tarisha Rosa Le Bron, María Cedeño, Erica Cardin, Lidia Galeas-Girón, y Luis López

Estudiantes reciben becas del Hispanic Heritage Scholarship Fund

Por Marco A. Jiménez Potenza – El Osceola Star

Osceola, FL – El 3 de octubre del 2019, 18 estudiantes de la Florida Central provenientes de Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras, Perú, Puerto Rico, México y Venezuela recibieron becas para continuar estudiando en instituciones universitarias como Florida Technical College, Seminole State College, Rollins College, University of Central Florida y Valencia College.
Gracias a la colaboración de Disney, Orlando Health, Helios Education Foundation, Advent Health, Macy’s, Valencia College, JP Morgan, entre otros, se pudieron ayudar a estos estudiantes a continuar sus carreras en diferentes campos, entre los que se encuentran medicina, biología, antropología, ingeniería, diseñó gráfico, y negocios.
Desde su inicio en el año 2000, el fondo de becas y sus socios han podido proporcionar $1.65 millones en becas para ayudar a más de 330 estudiantes a seguir una educación universitaria.
Para obtener más información sobre cómo presentar una solicitud, visite http://www.hhsfmo.org/scholarships.

Students received scholarships from the Scholarship Hispanic Heritage Fund

By Marco A. Jiménez Potenza – El Osceola Star

Osceola, FL – On october 3, 2019, 18 Central Florida students from Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras, Peru, Puerto Rico, Mexico and Venezuela received scholarships to continue studying at high education institutions such as Florida Technical College, Seminole State College, Rollins College, University of Central Florida and Valencia College.
Thanks to the collaboration of Disney, Orlando Health, Helios Education Foundation, Advent Health, Macy’s, Valencia College, JP Morgan, among others, these students are going to continue studying in different fields, such as medicine, biology, anthropology, engineering, graphic design, and business.
Since its inception in 2000, the scholarship fund and its partners has been able to provide $1.65 million in scholarships to help more than 330 students pursue a college education.
For more information about how to apply visit http://www.hhsfmo.org/scholarships.

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