On thing I constantly worry about as a parent of a tween is guiding her and getting her on the right path, academically. I want her to be able to go to the college of her choice and I want to be able to afford it.
Coca-Cola understands the value Hispanic families place in education and is proud to continue its long-standing partnership of 35-years with the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, the nation’s largest not-for-profit organization supporting Hispanic American higher education.
As part of the Coca-Cola – HSF For The Dream National Scholarship Program, this year Coca-Cola is donating $150,000 to HSF to be awarded via scholarships to qualifying students who apply from January 1 to March 30, 2016 at www.Coke.com/ForTheDream, to help Hispanic families plan, prepare and pay for college.
Besides financial restrictions, oftentimes Hispanic parents face other challenges when leading their teens along the road to college, such as lack of information. Coca-Cola wants to empower moms and provide them with the resources to help them successfully guide their teens towards achieving their higher education dreams.
Here’s a very information graphic titled “Coca-Cola’s Roadmap to Your Teen’s College Acceptance”, a to help us moms understand key steps in supporting our children through the college application process.
Share Your Tips and Advice to Win $100!
If you guys share your personal experiences guiding your teens to college, from the everyday challenges we faced to consejos (advice) with the hashtag #ForTheDream, the 3 most compelling stories will win a $100 gift card and a Coca-Cola educational toolkit with school supplies and valuable information about the college and scholarship application processes.
Good luck and cheers to a bright future!
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