2020 Scholarships

As the Latino population in the United States continues to grow, the number of Latino school children grows as well. In fact, it is projected that Latino children will make up 25 percent of the school-age population by the year 2025. Currently, the proportion of Latino school administrators, as compared to students, is disproportionally low.

The mission of ALAS-Utah is to develop and support current aspiring Latino educators, helping them advance into positions of leadership. Accordingly, ALAS-Utah is offering multiple scholarships to aspiring Latino school educators.

ALAS-Utah is currently accepting applications for the following scholarships. The application submission date is May 15, 2020. For additional information on the application process, please contact Paula Espinoza at paula.espinoza84542@gmail.com

ALAS Utah Scholarship

The Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents- Utah will award two $5000 scholarships to attend a Utah college or university or an online program while the candidate resides in Utah in an educational leadership program that leads to an administrative license.

Scholarship Recipients must meet the following criteria:

  • Be an aspiring Latino educator
  • Be a current dues-paying member of ALAS-Utah
  • Be enrolled in or accepted into an educational leadership program
  • Have an eventual goal to serve as an administrator at the school or district level
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ALAS-Utah/Grand Canyon University Scholarship

The Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents – Utah in partnership with Grand Canyon University will award one $5,000 scholarship to attend Grand Canyon University in an educational leadership program that leads to an administrator license. This program will be 100% online.

Scholarship recipients must meet the following criteria

  • Meet Grand Canyon University admissions requirement
  • Be an aspiring Latino educator
  • Be a current dues-paying member of ALAS-Utah
  • Be enrolled in or accepted into an educational leadership program at GCU
  • Have an eventual goal to serve as an administrator at the school or district level
  • Be able to document two years of classroom teaching.
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