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College to Career

College to Career

In 2012, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) commissioned research addressing a critical issue facing corporate America in the upcoming decade: a dramatic shortage of college-educated workers who are adequately trained for high-demand occupations.

Managerial Papers — English (425 KB) S.T.E.M. Papers — English (414 KB)

Resources for Increasing Latino Participation and Success in Higher Education

Resources for Increasing Latino Participation and Success in Higher Education

Profiles of successful programs at schools, colleges, and outreach organizations nationwide that serve Latino students.

PDF Document — English (1 MB)

A Gathering Force: A Survey of Two Cohorts of Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholars

A Gathering Force: A Survey of Two Cohorts of Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholars

This study of the high school, college, and post-collegiate experiences of HSF scholarship recipients explains those who were first-time freshmen at 4-year institutions in 2000–2001 and those who were seniors at 4-year institutions in 1999–2000 and their comprehensive picture of the secondary and postsecondary experiences as a HSF Scholar.

PDF Document — English (1 MB)

Revelations and Recommendations: The 2000 HSF Hispanic Education Study

Revelations and Recommendations: The 2000 HSF Hispanic Education Study

In this study, the 2000 United States Census has focused the nation’s attention on the country’s Hispanic population. But the astounding growth and great potential of U.S. Latinos is only part of the story. The Hispanic Scholarship Fund set an incredibly ambitious goal: to double the rate at which Hispanics complete their college degree.

PDF Document — English (858 KB)

HSF Roundtable Transcript

HSF Roundtable Transcript

The purpose of the roundtable was to help HSF take account of progress made in the three decades since its founding and consider potential steps the Fund might pursue to increase the proportion of Hispanics in the U.S. who seek and attain a four-year college degree.

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