Scholarships

The Association of Hispanic Professionals, Inc. is proud to offer the following scholarship opportunities to students graduating in June, 2019. Students only need to submit one application and check off all the scholarships they wish to be considered. The deadline for all applications is February 18, 2019. All awards are for one year except the Monroe College Scholarship

 

Class of 2019 Citywide Scholarship

 

Class of 2018 Citywide Scholarship


Association of Hispanic Professionals, Inc. Scholarship

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A graduating high school senior of Hispanic descent
  • Achieved a strong record (B or better) in a solid college preparatory program
  • Strong personal recommendations from teachers and counselors
  • Financial need
  • Outstanding record of community service
  • Acceptance to any accredited school of higher learning.
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: Three (3) one-time $1,000.00 awards.

La Piñata Scholarship

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A graduating senior of Mexican descent
  • Achieved a strong record (B or better) in a solid college preparatory program
  • Strong personal recommendations from teachers and counselors
  • Financial need
  • Outstanding record of community service
  • Acceptance to any accredited school of higher learning.
  • AMOUNT OF AWARD: $1000.00

The Diaz Family Scholarship

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A graduating high school senior of Hispanic descent
  • A student who has overcome extraordinary circumstances
  • Strong personal recommendations from teachers and counselors
  • Financial need
  • Outstanding record of community service
  • Acceptance to any accredited school of higher learning.
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: $1000.00

Galbán-Lebrón Scholarship

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A graduating high school senior of Puerto Rican descent
  • Achieved a strong record (B or better) in a solid college preparatory program
  • Applicant must pursue a career in the arts or in a humanitarian field
  • Strong personal recommendations from teachers and counselors
  • Financial need
  • Outstanding record of community service
  • Acceptance to any accredited school of higher learning.
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: $500.00

The Monroe College Scholarship

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Student must have applied and been accepted to Monroe College
  • Submit application to the AHP with all necessary documentation
  • Student is selected by Monroe College
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: varies from $500.00 to full scholarship depending on need and academic record

 

The Elsie Vasques Scholarship

 

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A graduating high school senior of Hispanic descent
  • Achieved a strong record (B or better) in a solid college preparatory program
  • Strong personal recommendations from teachers and counselors
  • Financial Need
  • Outstanding record of community service
  • Candidate must pursue a career in law
  • Acceptance to any accredited school of higher learning.
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: $500.-$1,000

The Maymi-Bayonet Memorial Scholarship

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A graduating Yonkers Public Schools high school senior of Hispanic descent
  • Achieved a GPA of 3.0 or better in a high school program
  • Documentation that will permit him/her to attend a communitycollege, four year college or university in the United States.
  • Strong personal recommendations from teachers and counselors
  • Applicant must have been admitted to an institution of higher education to receivethis award.
  • Candidate must pursue a career in law
  • Acceptance to any accredited school of higher learning.
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: One time $1,000 award.

The Grandparent’s Scholarship

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A graduating high school senior of Hispanic descent, preferably a student raised by a grandparent
  • Achieved a strong record (B or better) in a solid college preparatory program
  • Strong personal recommendations from teachers and counselors
  • Financial Need
  • Outstanding record of community service
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: $500.00

The Guardian Angel Scholarship

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A graduating high school senior of Hispanic descent
  • Achieved a strong record (B or better) in a solid college preparatory program
  • Strong personal recommendations from teachers and counselors
  • Financial Need
  • Outstanding record of community service
  • A student who has faced and overcome obstacles in his or her school career
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: Varies

The Torres Family Scholarship

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A graduating high school senior of Hispanic descent
  • Achieved a strong record (B or better) in a solid college preparatory program
  • Strong personal recommendations from teachers and counselors
  • Financial need
  • Outstanding record of community service
  • Acceptance to any accredited school of higher learning.
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: $1000.00

The Dia & Noche Scholarship

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A graduating Yonkers Public Schools high school senior of Hispanic descent
  • Achieved a GPA of 3.0 or better in a high school program
  • Applicant must pursue a career in Business Administration or in an Entrepreneurship field
  • Strong personal recommendations from teachers and counselors
  • Applicant must have been admitted to an institution of higher education to receive this award
  • Acceptance to any accredited school of higher learning
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: One time $1000 award

Anamaria Roselló Scholarship

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A graduating high school senior of Hispanic descent
  • Achieved a strong record (B or better) in a solid college preparatory program
  • Strong personal recommendations from teachers and counselors
  • Financial need
  • Outstanding record of community service
  • Acceptance to any accredited school of higher learning.
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: $500


Therapeutic Imprints Scholarship

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A graduating high school senior of Hispanic descent
  • Achieved a strong record (B or better) in a solid college preparatory program
  • Demonstrates financial need
  • Possesses an outstanding record of community service
  • Accepted to an accredited 4 year college.
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: $500.00

The National Association of Hispanic Nurses Scholarship


 

 

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A graduating high school senior of Hispanic descent
  • Achieved a strong record (B or better) in a solid college preparatory program
  • Applicant must pursue a career in Nursing or Healthcare 
  • The recipient will join the network of National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN)
  • Possesses an outstanding record of community service
  • Accepted to an accredited 4 year college.
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: $1000.00

The Angela Rodriquez Scholarship

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A graduating high school senior of Hispanic descent
  • Achieved a strong record (B or better) in a solid college preparatory program
  • Demonstrates financial need
  • Possesses an outstanding record of community service
  • Accepted to an accredited 4 year college.
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: $500.00

 

The Vazques Family Scholarship

 

 
SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:

 

 

  • A graduating high school senior of Hispanic descent
  • Achieved a strong record (B or better) in a solid college preparatory program
  • Demonstrates financial need
  • Possesses an outstanding record of community service
  • Accepted to an accredited 4 year college.
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: $1000.00


The Lt. Luis Lopez Scholarship

SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • A graduating high school senior of Hispanic descent
  • Achieved a strong record (B or better) in a solid college preparatory program
  • Demonstrates financial need
  • Possesses an outstanding record of community service
  • Accepted to an accredited 4 year college.
  • AMOUNT OF AWARDS: $1000.00

This scholarship is offered in memory of Lt. Luis Lopez who died
after a three year battle with a lung disease he contracted as a first
responder at the World Trade Center after 9/11.

Lt. Lopez was born in the Bronx, but was raised by his aunt and
uncle in Yauco, Puerto Rico after his mother's death. In Yauco, he
worked picking coffee beans, and decided to return to New York in search
of better opportunities. After a string of menial jobs, he passed the
New York City Police Officer Exam and worked as a Police Officer for 27 years, starting
as a transit police officer, to Sergeant and later Lieutenant. He loved
people and he loved motivating young people to want better for
themselves. Lt. Lopez is survived by his wife, Jacqueline Lopez, who
worked in the Yonkers Public Schools for 12 years, and his son Anthony,
who is graduating from college this year.