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By Natalie Gross Latino Ed Beat It wasn’t that long ago that tech entrepreneur Sahari Espinoza Salamanca thought she’d never be able to go to college. As an undocumented immigrant, financial-aid opportunities were limited, and despite her long list of academic…

El Tiempo Hispano The Bank of America Charitable Foundation announced that five high school juniors and seniors from Delaware will be awarded eight-week paid summer internships at local nonprofits through the Bank of America Student Leaders program. Although the…

By Katherine Leal Unmuth Latino Ed Beat A Florida scholarship program known as Bright Futures may soon no longer have such a sunny reputation. Recently announced eligibility requirement changes mean that significantly fewer Latino and black students will qualify…

By Dennise Barajas The Venture HOUSTON, TX — Undocumented students who are trying to pursue their goal of higher education will be able to learn more about what aid is available to them at the fourth annual DREAM summit…