Alumbra Scholarship for Leadership in Engineering

The Alumbra Scholarship for Leadership in Engineering supports students who are actively engaged in the Latino/a community at Columbia. Alumbra is a Spanish word that means to shine or radiate, to bring forth light. Similarly, the Alumbra Scholarship helps equip future engineering leaders to illuminate the world with their service, intellect, and creativity. The Latino/a community is one of the most underrepresented minority groups in engineering. The Alumbra Scholarship for Leadership in Engineering, launched through the generosity of Ana B. Rodriguez '86 '88 and Marcos Rodriguez '83, and with partnership from LAACU, supports Columbia Latino/a leaders, in service of humanity.

 
You can contribute to the Alumbra Scholarship for Leadership in Engineering, and in doing so, support a pipeline of Latino/a leaders in engineering, for generations to come.
 
For more information regarding the Scholarship or to discuss different ways to contribute to the Alumbra Scholarship for Leadership in Engineering, please contact Max Ramstad at [email protected] or at 646-745-8417. If you wanted to give via check please follow directions on the Columbia University giving website. 

 

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