Tam Tran Scholarship Fund for Undocumented Students in Rhode Island

Formerly The César Chávez Scholarship Fund


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The Tam Tran Scholarship Fund provides scholarships and grants for undocumented or DACAmented students enrolled in a high school in Rhode Island, who are seeking to attend any college or university.
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LOCAL ARTISTS: Check out this opportunity to receive a $1,000 cash prize to go toward your college tuition, plus for an opportunity to have your work in a public exhibition. Deadline to apply is January 31, 2022. Click here to download a copy of the guidelines and then once you've read them, click below to apply.

You do not have to be of Latino/Latina/Latinx heritage to qualify, nor do you have to be an art student. The only requirement is that you are Undocumented at the time of application, a graduate of a Rhode Island high school, and seeking to attend a college or university of your choice.

All submissions will be featured on the
Rhode Island Latino Arts (RILA) website.
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Financial Aid and Scholarship Information

Scholarships for Graduating High School Students: The next deadline to apply for the Tam Tran Scholarship is Fri. February 18, 2022. Click here to apply

For 2022-2023 ONLY we will be accepting 8-10 applicants for $1,000 awards.

All our awards are based on our ability to raise funds throughout the year. Find out how you can donate.

Financial Aid: Applications for the Rhode Island Student Success Application (RISSA) are currently being accepted and awarded on a first-come-first-serve basis. Get yours in soon — the application can be viewed here.
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Yaruska Ordinola
Programs Assistant
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Our Founders | 2009
José González, Michelle DePlante (Carr), Marta V. Martínez and Roberto González