Caminos al Futuro: Caminos Scholars walk Supreme Court steps

Frequently Asked Questions

Students currently attending high school in the United States who will have finished their junior year (11th grade) by Summer 2020 and who have demonstrated their commitment to the Hispanic/Latinx community. Citizenship is not considered, but students must reside within the United States.

Because the program is only three-weeks long, we unfortunately cannot accept anyone who will miss any part of the program.

Our review committee strives to release results by April 15 each year. Everyone receives an answer whether or not they are accepted. We ask that you do not call the office to inquire about your application status.

No! When you go through the instructions listed in the "How to Apply" section you will be given a fee waiver for the application.

Unfortunately, given the number of applications we receive each year we have a strict deadline for our applications.

Check out our "Advice from an Alumna" for tips on creating a strong application. If you have other questions not in this list, you can contact us via email at [email protected].

 


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Check out the Caminos al Futuro blog to learn more about the program from past participants!

 

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