Oportunidad Scholarship fund ApplicationThe Oportunidad Scholarship fund is established to promote college opportunities for students. The scholarship fund is intended to remove financial barriers for students who demonstrate the dreams, goals and aspirations of attending Weber State University and becoming first-generation college students.
- First-generation college student, low income and NOT fafsa elegible
- Ogden, Weber or Davis school district high school graduate who attended high school in Utah for three or more years.
- Incoming freshmen or undergraduate student at Weber State University.
- Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester.
- Minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA.
Cinco de Mayo Fashion Show
The Marshall White Center in Ogden is looking for volunteers to represent different regions of Mexico in their Cinco de Mayo fashow on May 4th.
Download the Flyer and Application
There are atleast 4 opportunities in which you can get involved in with USHLI.
Click on Student Resources to get more info.
The $1000 scholarship is due Nov. 1, 2013.
READ THE SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENTS CAREFULLY.
NO GPA requirement.
Do not delay! Use the summer to work on this simple application process.
Once you get it started, it will be easy to complete.
Stop by the Center for any guidance or assistance.
USHLI Accepting Applications for
MillerCoors Scholars-21st Century Leaders Internship Program
Applicant must submit each of the items listed below by the deadline.Cover Page: Applicant must give their full legal name, home address, phone number, social security
number, student I.D., or ITIN number, college contact person and title, college name, address, phone and
fax number, classification, major, ancestry, and tuition balance for the year (tuition, grants, loans, scholarships=balance).
USHLI is currently accepting applications for its MillerCoors Scholars-21st Century Leaders Internship program. During the 10-week paid internship students will engage local, county, state, and federal officials in discussions of public policy including but not limited to education, employment, and immigration. The performance-based compensation internship program promotes civic engagement while enabling students to earn up to $2,500.
To be eligible students must be enrolled in college or accepted for fall enrollment. For more information, students interested in applying for the internship are encouraged to contact Dulce Diaz at email@example.com. Click here to download an application.