CHCI Education Center
CHCI's mission is to develop the next generation of Latino leaders by promoting higher education, providing unmatched career development experience, and award-winning leadership development curriculum.
In 1987, CHCI created its Education Center to meet the needs of Latino youth, parents and educators looking for resources to assist Latino students through the educational process. Twenty-seven years later, we continue to provide the most up-to-date information so students have all the resources they need to finish high school, go to college, and begin successful careers on their way to becoming the next generation of Latino leaders.
By 2030, if projections hold, over 50 percent of the Latino population will be under 24 years of age. By 2025, at least one out of every two workers entering the U.S. labor force will be of Hispanic descent - it is imperative that we improve Latino graduation rates. CHCI's Towards 2030 initiative aims to address the critical need for higher education and improved graduation rates among the country's fastest growing and youngest demographic - Latinos.
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CHCI's Resources for Students and Parents
CHCI NextOpp NEW!
Please note: The last edition of the National Directory of Scholarships, Internships and Fellowships for Latino Students was published in 2011. Since it's publication, information contained in the guide has become outdated. CHCI highly recommends that users visit www.chcinextopp.net for a current of over 800 opportunites for students and recent graduates.
Nervous about financial aid? Don't be! This guide will provide you with all you need to know about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, as well as tips on comparing financial aid award letters and information on applying to scholarships. This guide, written in both English and Spanish, is helpful for both students and their parents.
Many Latino parents lack the information and knowledge needed to assist their children in better preparing for college. It is critical for students and parents to begin planning for college as early as the 6th grade. This checklist, which includes information in both English and Spanish, outlines the various practices students and parents should take on the road to being better prepared for college. It is never too early to begin planning your future!
This tool kit provides high school students with the informatoin they need to prepare, select, and apply to college. Packed with information (in both English and Spanish) on the steps high school students need to take to be college ready, selecting a college, the college application process, writing your admissions essay and more, this kit will help high school students and their parents navigate the process of preparing for and getting accepted to college.
Limited quantities of these publications are available at no charge to schools or educational programs. Please download the CHCI Educational Resources Order Form and review ordering procedures.
More Resources for Students
Planning for College
More Resources for Parents
- Tools and Resources for Parents and Youth
- Tools and Resources for Parents and Youth (en Español)
- Tips Parents Can Use to Help Their Children
- Resources for Parents
- School Principals Share Advice for Parents
- CHCI Report: The Future of Latino Homeownership
- Download Sustainable Homeownership: Market & Policy Implications for Communities
- CHCI Housing Resources Directory
- True Life Stories Download HOGAR Novella