Pete Suazo Local Internship Scholarship
The Senator Pete Suazo Leadership Foundation was founded in November 2001, shortly after the tragic death of the late Senator Suazo. The Foundation was established at the University of Utah to honor the legacy and commitment of the Senator. The Foundation provides internship scholarships to local interns with a demonstrated involvement in their culture and community.
- Successful completion of local HNKLY internship (Utah State Leg. excluded)
- Cumulative 3.0 GPA
- Students must register for Hinckley credit to qualify.
- Preference is given to ethnic minorities
- Must be a U.S. citizen, lawfully present in the U.S., or have graduated from a Utah high school.
Scholarship applications for Fall 2014 semester are due November 14.
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If you have specific questions, contact the Hinckley Institute at 581-8501 for additional information.
2017: Connor Davis, Emma Martin
2016: Joseph Sorenson, Hans Liu, Alyssa Charles, Megan Hansen, Fatema Ahad, Elizabeth Espinoza
2015: Joowon Jung, Chantelle Allphin
2014: Monica Lizet Allen, Vivian Nguyen, Wogai Mohmand, Camila Esposito, Samantha Pannier, Nicole Daniel Montgomery, Rachel Anne Jackson, Gevon Jeanette Guerra
2013: Jessica Andrea Chamorro
2012: Evan Leung Hatch, Veronica Andrea Pineda, Tessa Lopez
2011: Javier Nelson Segura, Jiangnan Zhu, Antonio Brazao, Gildas Tsaty
2010: Tesch Leigh West, Samson Miriti Mutua
2009: Jordan Imani
2008: Julia Wee, Zain Siddiqui
2006: Reyna Nebeker
2004: Jeremy W. Smith, Robert Kagabo
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