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The HITEC (Hispanic Information Technology Executive Council) Foundation is proud to announce the selection of a record-breaking one hundred scholars who will receive scholarships for the upcoming 2023-2024 academic school year.
The HITEC Foundation, a 501c3 organisation, is dedicated to nurturing the next generation of Hispanic technology talent. With a mission to empower students across the United States, the foundation provides essential support in the form of financial aid, personalised mentorship, and career development workshops. These programs also grant access to internships and early career opportunities. The HITEC Foundation’s corporate partners invest in these young technologists, recognising their potential to drive innovation and advance technology solutions. The generous contributions from like-minded partners and individuals enable the HITEC Foundation to create programs that profoundly impact the Hispanic community.
The foundation is committed to championing the aspirations of these scholars, encouraging them to pursue technology-related degrees. This is achieved through scholarships that can amount to as much as $5,000, coupled with ongoing support such as inspirational mentorship and valuable career development resources.
Kelley Francis, Executive Director of the HITEC Foundation, expressed enthusiasm for the Class of 2023, saying, “We are thrilled to share our impressive Class of 2023 and look forward to working with them this year and beyond. This program is provided by the generous support of our donors and program sponsors including Morgan Stanley and HPE.”
Congratulations to the one hundred deserving recipients who have been selected to receive scholarships for the upcoming 2023-2024 academic year.
The HITEC Foundation extends a heartfelt thank-you to its supporters, whose contributions make these scholarship opportunities possible. Their generosity is deeply appreciated.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor or volunteer, or if you wish to sponsor a recipient from the Class of 2023, please contact Kelley Francis at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your involvement can make a significant difference in the lives of aspiring Hispanic technologists.