The Greater Miami Chamber and its 501c3 not-for-profit organization, the South Florida Progress Foundation, award scholarships in the spring to seniors from Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Scholarships are limited to 12th grade students.
Carlos J. Arboleya Jr. Scholarship is presented to a male, high school senior from a Miami-Dade County Public School who intends to pursue a degree in business. The scholarship is a legacy in name of Carlos J. Arboleya Jr., son of Chamber Chairman Carlos J. Arboleya who served the organization in its 1992-1993 year.
Click here to download Carlos J. Arboleya Jr. Scholarship Application
Jeanne Bellamy Scholarship named in honor of the Chamber’s first female chairperson, is presented to a female, high school senior from a Miami-Dade County Public School who intends to pursue a degree in business. Bellamy’s contributions during her term as chair, her on-going efforts on behalf of the community and her career in business, truly exemplify the spirit of this award.
Click here to download Jeanne Bellamy Scholarship Application
El Poder En Ti Scholarships, created in partnership with NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises, recognize and celebrate academic excellence, leadership skills and the pursuit of higher education. Five scholarships will be awarded to selected graduating seniors from a Miami-Dade County public high school planning to pursue a career in broadcast journalism, communications, electronic media, digital media or journalism at a South Florida college or university.
Click here to download El Poder En Ti Scholarships Application
For information about these scholarships or details about how you can set up a scholarship fund through the Chamber’s charitable foundation, the South Florida Progress Foundation, contact Liane Ventura, 305-577-5445 or [email protected]