Let’s go together — words that define the long-standing relationship between the Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) and Toyota. Together, they have helped to empower, support and educate Latino families, making college education a priority for every Hispanic American student.
In 1988, Toyota became a partner with HSF and began supporting their merit-based scholarships and student support services, as well as the HSF endowment. Over the years, Toyota has been a predominant sponsor of HSF events, like the Alumni Hall of Fame Gala and the Leaders in Education Awards Luncheon. And currently, TMNA vice president and controller Anthony Salcido serves on HSF’s Board of Directors.
As the nation’s largest non-profit supporting Hispanic American higher education, HSF has awarded over $500 million in scholarships, more than $5 million from Toyota, and offers a broad spectrum of programs for students, HSF Scholars, Alumni and parents.
The HSF Scholarship is a merit award designed to assist eligible students of Hispanic heritage obtain a university degree based on a specific set of academically focused criteria, with an emphasis on STEM majors.