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Mar 7, 2023

LULAC National Educational Service Centers Celebrates 50 Years in Creating Life Long Learners, 1973-2023

LNESC is commemorating its 50th anniversary in providing education and leadership programs for Hispanic and other students in need of financial assistance and educational counseling. Through the efforts of 16 education service centers across the U.S., including Puerto Rico, and a host of national programs, we proudly celebrate the positive impact on the future leaders of our communities.

Oct 6, 2022

One in Two Hispanic Households Experience Effects of Digital Literacy Gap; Frito-Lay Partners with LULAC National Educational Service Centers to Provide Free Support

Yahoo! Finance

Frito-Lay invests nearly $250,000 to support families during Hispanic Heritage Month

Jul 18, 2022

Federal grant to help over 300 local students prepare for college

Albuquerque Journal

The Upward Bound program, which encourages low income students to pursue college degrees, will be expanding its reach to Del Norte and West Mesa high schools thanks to a federal grant.

Jun 16, 2022

Students take to the skies with drones, rockets at new summer camp at Harris Middle School


Camp is made possible thanks to a $20,000 grant.

Mar 11, 2022

Ford Scholarships Announced for North Texas Students Who Want to Go to College

Dallas Morning News

High school seniors in North Texas can apply for Ford-sponsored scholarships that award up to $2,000 for their first year of college.

Oct 13, 2021

Robotics program opens doors for first-generation college students

Dell Technologies

Dr. Maria Elena Cruz's pilot exposes underserved teenagers in Oxnard, California, to the world of STEM.

Jan 24, 2021

LNESC-KC director offers scholarship search tips

Dos Mundos / Two Worlds

For any high school student considering college or trade school, looking for scholarships is as important than deciding where to attend college — maybe more so.