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Collegamenti agli aiuti finanziari per gli studenti italoamericani

Manuale della borsa di studio per studenti italoamericani


Fondazione del patrimonio italoamericano San Jose


Commissione Fulbright USA - Italia


Figli di Sicilia, San Jose


"Full Time" High School Seniors who are currently enrolled in Italian language classes and who have been accepted to an accredited College or University are eligible for consideration for this scholarship. A commitment to a major or minor in Italian Language or Italian Studies is strongly recommended. Consideration will be given to the applicant’s final course of study.

Patrons of Italian Culture
High School Senior Grant Awards Application

Scholarships will be awarded in various amounts. Funding of all scholarships will be deposited to the account of the student at the academic institution he or she will be attending. Please submit the attached entry form, your resume and academic standing, and a letter addressed to: The Board of Directors, Patrons of Italian Culture.

Your letter should contain a detailed explanation of your future course of study, the basis of your interest in the Italian Language or Culture, and how you plan to use your future academic degree to promote the Italian Language and Culture.

Entries must be postmarked no later than May 15, 2022 and mailed to:

P. Romano, President
Patrons of Italian Culture
P.O. Box 4720,
Palm Springs, CA 92263


Ottieni utili traduzioni dall'inglese all'italiano e migliaia di frasi di esempio scelte con cura per le parole e i significati che devi conoscere da un principiante a uno studente intermedio, dal  Cambridge English Corpus


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Immigrants in California

California has long been home to the largest number of immigrants in the United States, as European explorers arrived at its seaports as far back as the 17th century. Immigrants now account for over one-quarter of the state’s population and comprise a third of the entire labor force. As neighbors, business owners, taxpayers, and workers, immigrants are an integral part of California’s diverse and thriving communities and make extensive contributions that benefit all.


More than a quarter of California residents are immigrants, while nearly one in four residents is a native-born U.S. citizen with at least one immigrant parent.