OCIYU 2015 Scholarship opportunity!


Screen Shot 2015-01-21 at 12.29.33 PMThe Orange County Immigrant Youth United recently opened its 2015 scholarship program! Since 2011, OCIYU has provided $11,500 in scholarships. They are one of few nationwide scholarship programs that is by, and for, undocumented youth!

DEADLINE: Monday February 16, 2015 by 5:00pm (Early submission is encouraged)

Scholarship awards available:

  • $500: Continuing College, Vocational School, or Graduate School
  • $250: Graduating High School Seniors or GED Program Graduates attending college or vocational school in Fall 2015

To apply, you must submit: 

  • A completed application form 
  • Personal statement
  • Proof of current enrollment in school.

For more information, the application form, and frequently asked questions please visit their official website: “Apply to OCIYU’S 2015 Scholarship for Undocumented Students”

There is also information on their official website about donating to their scholarship fund!


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