Latino Educators of Tomorrow Scholarship

The Latino Educators of Tomorrow Scholarship was established in 2002 by Corona businessman and city council member Jeff Bennett in recognition of the excellent work of the College’s Latino Educators of Tomorrow in motivating and preparing students for careers in education. The scholarship was established in memory of Karen J. Beloz, a graduate of Corona High School who passed away in 1994 at the age of 21 while a pre-med student. This scholarship is awarded to a Norco College student involved in community service who has financial need.

Basic requirements and reviewer notes:
Major: Education
Cumulative GPA required: 2.0
Financial need required: Yes
Student activities, volunteer work required: Yes
Other special requirements: 300-500 word essay on how this scholarship will help them in entering the education field.

Varies - Amount to be determined
Supplemental Questions
  1. Are you an active member of the Latinos Promoting Education and Culture Club?
  2. Please provide a 300-500 word essay describing how this scholarship will aid you in entering the field of education.
  3. This scholarship requires volunteer activities, community service or club involvement. Please list up to three volunteer, community service or club activities you have participated in. You must include the complete name of the organization (no initials please), type of activity, dates of involvement, a brief description and contact information for each item listed.
    • Volunteer, community service or club activity #1:
    • Volunteer, community service or club activity #2:
    • Volunteer, community service or club activity #3: