Filipino-American Scholarship

Funded by
Lee Cortez
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$1,500
3 winners, $500 each
In Review
Next Application Deadline
Sep 15, 2022
Next Winners Announced
Oct 15, 2022
Education Level
Undergraduate
Recent Bold.org scholarship winners
Eligibility Requirements
Experience:
Must have community service experience
Ethnicity:
Must be Filipino
Education Level:
Must be an undergraduate student
Experience:
Ethnicity:
Education Level:
Must have community service experience
Must be Filipino
Must be an undergraduate student

Filipinos have a long history and large presence in the United States, yet they remain underrepresented in many fields.

Only 37% of Filipinos in the US complete a Bachelor’s degree, and only 9% complete a postgraduate degree. These figures are even lower among U.S.-born Filipinos. A Harvard Kennedy report states that U.S.-born Filipinos are less likely to obtain a college degree compared to their Filipino immigrant counterparts and other U.S.-born Asian Americans. 

In order to boost the representation of Filipinos in academia and the workforce, it is critical that Filipino-Americans have the resources they need.

This scholarship seeks to support any Filipino-American who is interested in community service. 

To apply, please write a 350-word essay telling us about your story and the impact you would like to make on the Filipino-American community.

Published March 25, 2022
$1,500
3 winners, $500 each
In Review
Next Application Deadline
Sep 15, 2022
Next Winners Announced
Oct 15, 2022
Education Level
Undergraduate
Recent Bold.org scholarship winners