Hispanic Scholarship Alliance Ceremony
The Hispanic Scholarship Alliance of Greater St. Louis (HSA) traces its founding to 2007. In 2008, five Hispanic not-for-profit organizations in the St. Louis region joined formally in support of efforts to increase the number of Hispanic and Latino students pursuing college/university education and/or vocational schooling.
Students supported by these scholarships demonstrate intentional about improving the socio-economic and cultural well-being of the Hispanic community in the St. Louis region specifically and the world in general. The members of HSA are:
Bolivian Society of St. Louis
HACEMOS, Hispanic/Latino Employee Association of AT&T*
Hispanic Educational, Cultural and Scholarship Fund (Hispanic ECS Fund)
The Hispanic Leaders Group of Greater St. Louis (HLG)
Puerto Rican Society, Inc. (Sociedad Puertorriqueña - SPR)
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers – St. Louis Gateway Chapter (SHPE)
Venezuelan Association in Missouri (Asociación Venezolana)
Once a year these organizations gather together in a great ceremony, the HSA Ceremony, to distribute their organizations scholarships to the awarded scholarships. The HSA Ceremony is organized by the HLG with the participation of all the organizations listed above. The ceremony is usually late July. The information about the HSA Ceremony will be available at this website main page.