The Fundación Internacional de la Comunidad has established partnerships with national and international corporations, organizations and institutions, for the purpose of awarding scholarships to young people to recognize, promote and strengthen the academic development of good students in Baja California.
FIC continuously regrants funds from donors including:
The Inamori Foundation Kyoto Laureate Symposium San Diego Foundation (2004-2010) The Inamori Foundation annually awards 3 scholarships to young people in their 5th or 6th semester of high school for the purpose of continuing with their university studies. Each student receives a $10,000 US CY scholarship.
Fundación Telmex, A.C. (2005-2010) Scholarships are awarded to Tijuana students pursuing engineering degrees with a gpa of 9, awarding them $850.00 pesos monthly through the end of their degree, in addition to a computer and 2 years of free internet services. The Foundation also supports students in technical careers with a gpa of 9, who commit to 100 hours of community services; the scholarship amount is $850.00 pesos monthly during the remainder of their studies, and if they maintain their GPA, the scholarship may be extended through the completion of their university degree.
Quiera, Fundación de la Asociación de Bancos de México, A.C. (2006-2010) Implemented an educational program awarding academic scholarships to street or at-risk children and young people. The scholarship amount is $800 pesos monthly for a 12-month period.
Fondo Rafael T. Arnaiz (2006-2009) awarded a scholarship for musical composition studies in Milan, Italy to Esteban Rodríguez Macías.
Fondo José y Ángela Calles (2008-2010) awards scholarships to junior high school, high school and university-level students, or for students seeking to take English courses or computer systems, with an average GPA 8. Scholarship recipients should commit to a mínimum of 2 hours weekly community services.
Fondo Bécalo (2008-2010) This Fund was established for the purpose of giving life to the personal, family, professional and social legacy of Benjamin Casillas Lopez, focusing on the conservation of natural resources and the environment in Baja California, based on environmental education, community participation and youth leadership as defined by traits which made him stand out. The youth scholarship recipient should be resident of a low-income rural community planning on returning to implement the knowledge obtained.
ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS 2010
Fundación Telmex, A.C.
52 Scholarships for Technical Schools
11 Cecyte Playas de Tijuana
5 Cecyte el Florido
6 Cecyte el Pacifico
5 Cecyte el Niño
5 Cecyte Zona Rio
5 Conalep I
6 Conalep II
Fondo Alianza por la Educación y el Liderazgo
Emma Esther Aguilar Lucio
Arvy Polanco Carrillo
Víctor Eduardo Márquez Jiménez
Ma. Jessica Secundino Mendoza
Uver Caleb Rebollar Flores
Karla Alejandra Contreras Vidal
Ceferino Romero Hernández Amaya
Brenda Elena García Castillo
Ma. Teresa Aramburo Amarillas
Tania García Nava
Quiera Fundación de la Asociación de Bancos de México, A.C.
15 Casa Hogar para Varones, A.C. (Cahova) Scholarships
15 Fundación Internacional de la Comunidad, A.C. Scholarships
13 Orfanatorio Emmanuel, A.C. Scholarships
11 Proyecto Salesiano, A.C. Scholarships
7 Asociación para los Niños de Tijuana, A.C. Scholarships
6 Casa Eudes Promoción a la Mujer, A.C. Scholarships
4 Cirad, A.C. Scholarships
Orfanatorio Emmanuel, A.C
Asociación para los Niños de Tijuana, A.C.
José Antonio Hernández Campos
Scholarship Recipients Gonzalo Morales Aldama Y Edgar Uriel Sánchez Noguez
Virginia Araceli Sandoval Cervantes
Alicia Alejandra Valenzuela Peña