- High school seniors who are of Hispanic heritage (50% or more) with 2.8 GPA or above and enrolling as a full time student in a post-secondary institution
in the fall of the upcoming school year.
- High school seniors who live in Wichita, Andover, Derby, Haysville, Goddard, Maize & Valley Center are eligible to apply.
KHEDF scholarship recipients are required to submit the following forms to receive their scholarship funds:
1) Enrollment Verification Form
Scholarship recipients are required to submit an Enrollment Verification Form each semester to verify enrollment and grades. The form must be typed.
Visit your Registrar’s Office and complete a student’s written consent form to release your enrollment, academic progress, and graduation status to Irma Luna at KHEDF. Scholarships funds will be mailed to your college after both forms are received. 11/27/17: KHEDF HOLIDAY RECEPTION – JANUARY 5, 2018
Please join us and meet our new Executive Director, Natalie Olmsted. We look forward to making connections and hearing your stories. INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
The Kansas Leadership Center is partnering with KHEDF to offer internships to KHEDF scholarship recipients.The internships are part-time unpaid (10-20 hours), and the hours are flexible. Applicants will need to submit a resume and cover letter for consideration. Interns will be assigned meaningful tasks and projects and will be able to build a valuable experience making them stronger candidates for jobs after graduation. Each intern will receive a free one year subscription to the Your Leadership Edge online portal and access to additional training at KLC free of charge. To apply contact Irma Luna at email@example.com or 259-2532. DEFERRED ACTION FOR CHILDHOOD ARRIVALS (DACA)
KHEDF remains steadfast in our support for those directly impacted by this Administration’s recent decision to repeal DACA. DACA Statement TRUSTEES’ CIRCLE
CHANCELLOR’S‘ CIRCLEESTABLISH A SCHOLARSHIP
Establishing a Kansas Hispanic Education & Development Foundation scholarship can be a way to recognize your organization, honor a mentor or a loved one. You can create a new scholarship or contribute to an existing fund. Whether you fund it yourself or gather friends, family, co-workers or your employees together, a scholarship will allow you to make a meaningful difference in the life of a Hispanic high school senior.