As part of our mission to Educate, Empower, and Connect Latinx leaders, CHCI is proud to collaborate with the following organizations to reach even more young Latinos across the Nation. Through our partnerships, CHCI seeks to raise awareness on key issues impacting the Latino community and forge pathways to educational attainment and professional development.
Hispanic Heritage Foundation
To create pathways to education and leadership development for young Latinos in STEM and beyond.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund
To ensure Latino students across the country access critical scholarships and support services throughout their college careers.
Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity
Through its fundraising and volunteerism, Lambda Theta Phi supports CHCI’s R2L Next Gen program, a week-long civic engagement experience for 9th, 10th and 11th grade Latino students to learn about the federal government and explore Washington, DC.
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Thanks to CHCI’s partnerships with nationally-ranked colleges and universities, CHCI Alumni have greater access to premier graduate programs and critical financial support, to advance them on their path towards careers in public policy.
Carnegie Mellon University Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy
Qualified CHCI alumni will receive scholarships that cover a minimum of 30% of tuition per semester when enrolling in Heinz College’s master’s programs.
Indiana University Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Qualified CHCI alumni will receive an application fee waiver and, 50% tuition reduction benefit, thanks to a new program at the Indiana University Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
Syracuse University – The Maxwell School’s Department of Public Administration and International Affairs
Qualified CHCI Alumni admitted into the MPA or MA IR degree program (including any PA/IR joint degree with the exception of dual JD candidates) will be granted a CHCI – Maxwell Graduate Award upon admission, covering at least 30% of the tuition cost of a single- or dual-degree course of study in Maxwell’s Master of Public Administration or Master of Arts in International Relations on-campus programs. All admitted candidates will also considered for further merit-based aid based on the strength of the application for admission.
Partnership Programs and Matching Awards
University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service
In-person: 30% tuition scholarship with consideration for additional merit-based funds.
Online: 30% tuition scholarship with consideration for additional merit-based funds. Waive technology fee and one-time programming fee.
University of California Los Angeles Luskin School of Public Affairs
Beginning Fall 2020, qualified CHCI alumni will receive a $7,500 scholarship if they enroll in a master’s degree at UCLA Luskin. The scholarship is renewable in the second year of study.
University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy
Qualified CHCI alumni will receive merit-based scholarships of $10,000 and a waived application fee when applying to USC Price’s two-year master’s programs starting in Fall of 2020. The applicants will also be considered for additional merit-based aid based on strength of application for admission.
University of Virginia Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy
Qualified CHCI Alumni will receive a waived application fee and a minimum annual fellowship of $12,500 for Virginia residents and $20,000 for non-Virginia residents in each of the Master’s of Public Policy’s program’s two years.