Golden Door Scholarship: Open to undocumented high school students with DACA


Golden Door Scholars is a non-profit committed to investing in DACA students’ access to education and career opportunities.  They provide four-year college scholarships, as well as professional development & internship support.  Their Golden Door Scholarships provide students with funding to cover full tuition, room and board for a four-year degree at Golden Door partner schools.  If awarded a scholarship, you will also have access to mentors, assistance in pursuing internships and other career-building opportunities.  Note: If you have applied to or are interested in other colleges outside of their partner schools, you should still apply to this scholarship.  Golden Door will support students at other schools on a case-by-case basis.

This scholarship opportunity is open to undocumented high school students (or recent high school graduates) who are eligible for DACA or TPS (Temporary Protected Status).

The deadline to apply is October 3, 2016.

For more information, and to apply, please visit their official website: Golden Door Scholars


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