The Hispanic Scholarship Fund: Achieving the Dream
For more than three decades, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) has been helping Latino students achieve their dreams of attaining a college education. Honda first partnered with HSF in 2003 to provide scholarships, and in 2010, the partnership was expanded to provide students access to Honda’s summer immersion/internship program. Eligible students must have declared their major in business administration, chemical, electrical, industrial, or mechanical engineering, and they must also maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. Selections are also based on students’ demonstrated knowledge of the auto industry.
2011 Hispanic Scholarship Fund award winners gathered at Honda’s auto manufacturing operation in Marysville, Ohio.
Claudia Morales, DePaul University – Business Administration
Dustin Gallegos, University of Illinois – Electrical Engineering
Elizabeth Santos, Kettering University – Industrial Engineering
Francisco Michaud, Drexel University – Accounting/Business Administration
Henri Idrovo, Illinois Institute of Technology – Electrical Engineering
Kenneth Castaneda, Yale University – Mechanical Engineering
Nicholas Diaz, Ohio State University – Business Administration
Tanya Miracle, University of Akron – Chemical Engineering