MinKwon Dreamers Scholarship Lee Kyoung Hui $2000 Award: Open to any Undocumented Person age 16- 28 (You don’t have to be a student!)

The MinKwon Center for Community Action is offering the Lee Kyoung Hui Award of $2000 to any undocumented person between the ages of 16 and 28. This scholarship is awarded to undocumented people (ages 16 – 28) who demonstrate commitment to building and serving their communities. You don’t have to be a student to be eligible for this scholarship. Recipients will be selected by a committee consisting of community members and MinKwon staff and board.

The MinKwon Center is also offering two additional types of scholarships:

Sussan Lee Award: open to all undocumented people (ages 16 -28) who plan to pursue a career in law or attend law school or a pre-law program

Minkwon Youth Award: Open to all undocumented people who have participated as a youth member of the Minkwon Center.

Applications are due Friday, August 4th, at 11PM.

Please contact the Youth Organizer, Dahee Lee, at dahee.lee@minkwon.org with any questions, concerns, or accommodations. 

For more information and to apply, visit their official webpage.


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