In a world enriched by diverse cultures, traditions, and histories, Percy Martinez places great faith in the power of understanding and unity. The Percy Martinez Cultural Diversity Scholarship has been established to extend support to students who passionately advocate for cultural understanding and the bridging of divides.
Drawing upon his extensive experience across various domains, Percy Martinez acknowledges the paramount significance of cultural awareness in our contemporary globalized landscape. This scholarship aims to empower individuals deeply committed to nurturing unity, fostering cultural understanding, and celebrating the vibrant tapestry of global traditions.
Throughout his journey, Percy Martinez has been a steadfast advocate for the harmonious coexistence of diverse communities. His efforts in Miami and beyond consistently revolve around forging connections between communities, embracing diverse cultural intricacies, and championing harmony.
Benefits: Successful applicants will receive a guaranteed scholarship award of $5,000 to support their educational pursuits.
Requirements: To be eligible for the Percy Martinez Cultural Diversity Scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:
Educational Status: This scholarship is open to individuals at various educational levels, including high school, undergraduate, and graduate students.
Engagement with Cultural Activities: Applicants should demonstrate one of the following:
- Volunteering or participating in cultural exchange programs.
- A clear interest in promoting cultural understanding.
- Involvement in organizing or participating in events that celebrate diversity.
Recommendations: Two letters of recommendation are required, which may be provided by teachers, community leaders, or other professionals who can attest to the applicant’s commitment to advancing cultural understanding and unity.
Documents Required for Application: To participate in this exciting opportunity, applicants should complete the following:
Express Themselves: Choose between a 3–4 minute video or a short essay spanning 400–600 words to address the following question: “How would you promote cultural understanding and unity in a diverse community?” Applicants are encouraged to share a personal experience or propose a project idea.
For additional information and to submit your application,
Application Deadline: December 31, 2023