Scholarships are available to KHEDF recipients who are sophomores, juniors, and seniors majoring in business and engineering. 
Applicants will need to complete an online application and mail an official transcript to:
PO Box 4248
Wichita, KS 67204
Deadline to apply is July 28, 2017.
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July 29-Wichita State University
Rhatigan Student Center, RM 256 Edmiston Room
The 2017 Lead to Succeed workshop will be held Saturday, July 29 at Wichita State University. KHEDF is looking forward to sharing with you and assisting you in your educational and career pursuits.The program is geared for freshmen and sophomores.
Students who attend the workshop will have their name entered in a drawing for $100 book scholarships. Come and learn, and get some money to help pay for your books!

2017 Lead to Succeed Agenda
Register at Eventbrite by July 21.
KHEDF Scholars Summer Get Together
July 29-Home of Gene and Yolanda Camarena
Come and meet and mingle with other KHEDF Scholars, college representatives, and business mentors. This is a good time for you to network with individuals who can help you succeed in college and get ahead in your career!
The KHEDF Summer Get Together is limited to KHEDF scholarship recipients.
Register at Eventbrite by July 21.

Enrollment Verification Form

Scholarship recipients are required to submit an Enrollment Verification Form each semester to verify enrollment and grades.

Enrollment Verification Form>>>

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Consent Form
Visit your Registrar’s Office and complete a student’s written consent form to release your enrollment, academic progress, and graduation status to KHEDF.
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Establishing a Kansas Hispanic Education & Development Foundation scholarship can be a way to recognize your organization, honor a mentor or a loved one. You can create a new scholarship or contribute to an existing fund.

Whether you fund it yourself or gather friends, family, co-workers or your employees together, a scholarship will allow you to make a meaningful difference in the life of a Hispanic high school senior.