Hogg Foundation for Mental Health Bilingual Scholarship
Ina Hogg Foundation scholarships for tuition and fees are available for graduate students who are pursuing a clinical concentration (practice with Latino individuals and families) and who are language proficient in English/Spanish. Additionally, there has to be a commitment to deliver mental health services to Latinos. Email Dr.Lydia Arizmendi firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Child Welfare Training Stipend (Title IV-E)
Stipends are available for undergraduate and graduate students who contract to do their 480/500-hour field internship with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (TDFPS) and accept employment with the Department following graduation. Additionally, stipends are also available for TDFPS employees. Contact Ms. Sonja Arredondo at (956) 665-2421 email@example.com or Mr. Walter Lukaszek at 956-457-0010 firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.