Hispanic Education Initiative
Education is a fundamental building block for having options in a chosen career path. The goal of the Hispanic Education Initiative is to keep students in school through graduation and then on to college, reclaiming students who left school and helping preschoolers be prepared for Kindergarten.
Many students think that money doesn’t exist to help them go to college. Here is a list of websites that provide scholarship information. [ More ]
Baptist Joint Committee Scholarship
This opportunity is for H.S. juniors and seniors to write on Religious Liberty and get a scholarship up to $2,000, sponsored by the Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs. Learn more »
Read through these PowerPoint presentations on school dropouts and myths of immigration reform. [ Dropout Presentation for CLC ]
Hispanic Education Day in Austin, TX
Where do you start? How much does it cost? How do you choose a major? What do you study? What is a FAFSA? Here is a website that will help you answer questions and get you started on the road to college. It is a great place for students, parents, and leaders to visit.
Choosing a University
Use the following matrix to help identify which College or University best fits your academic needs. [ Click for matrix ]