Butterfly Peer Mentorship Scholarship

The Butterfly Peer Mentorship Scholarship is funded by the Wings of Hope fundraiser, a yearly fund raising event established to help the Division of Student Affairs through the Dream Success Center. A portion of the Wings of Hope funds support not only the Butterfly Peer Mentorship Scholarship but also the Butterfly Peer Mentorship Program which serves to empower and support the academic and personal success of undocumented students. For more information about how to become a Butterfly Peer Mentor, visit the CareerLink job position.

Criteria:

  • Minimum 3.0 GPA;
  • Must be at least part-time Undergraduate, Credential, Graduate or Doctorate student;
  • Must be in good standing;

Additional Requirements:

  • Essay (250 Words): What have you accomplished to create positive changes in the undocumented community?
  • Essay (250 Words): How has being part of the undocumented community impacted you and your family?
  • Essay (250 Words): How do you plan to use your education to support the undocumented community?

Award
Up to $1,250/semester
Scopes
Dream Success Center, Student Affairs, University Wide
Deadline
09/30/2020
Supplemental Questions
  1. What have you accomplished to create positive changes in the undocumented community?
  2. How has being part of the undocumented community impacted you and your family?
  3. How do you plan to use your education to support the undocumented community?