If you like McDonalds...You're really going to like their Scholarships!
Ronald McDonalds Hacer Scholarship(s) have both National and Local Scholarships.
To be eligible for a scholarship, a student must:
- Be a high school senior.
- Be a legal U.S. resident.
- Be younger than 21 years old.
- Carry a minimum 2.7 GPA.
- Be eligible to attend a two- or four-year college or university with a full course of study.
- Plan to enroll at an accredited post-secondary education institution during the academic year following their graduation.
- Apply online at http://aim.applyists.net/RMHC or visit www.rmhc.org for more information. Send required supporting materials and documentation to ISTSpostmarked no later than December 20, 2013.
The supporting materials and documentation required includes:
* Personal statement.
* Letter of recommendation.
* Form 1040.
- To apply for the RMHC®/HACER® scholarship program, the applicant must have at least one parent of Hispanic heritage.
The RMHC/HACER program offers four $100,000 national scholarships each year, as well as other local scholarships.
RMHC/HACER National Scholarships
Each year the program awards four (4) $100,000 RMHC/HACER National Scholarships. The award is paid over 4 years ($25,000 per year), provided the student can verify enrollment at any accredited institution providing post-secondary education each year.
RMHC/HACER Local Scholarships
Local scholarships are generally a minimum of $1,000, although some local programs may award different scholarship amounts.
Note: It is only necessary to fill out one application to participate in the RMHC/HACER program. Students can only receive one (1) RMHC/HACER scholarship. If an applicant is awarded a national scholarship, then they will no longer be eligible for a local scholarship.
Scholarship recipients are selected based on:
- Academic achievement.
- Financial need.
- Community involvement.
- Personal qualities and strengths as portrayed in a personal statement.
Recipients must enroll in and attend an accredited institution in the academic year after their selection and provide verification of enrollment. Scholarship funds are paid directly to the schools, and no funds will be dispersed to students directly.