The Aspen Institute moves leaders from success to significance through world-class leadership programs. Through our exclusive scholarship opportunities, selected Latino executives and emerging leaders receive financial support to participate in the Aspen Institute’s public events, policy roundtables, leadership seminars and other convenings. The Aspen Institute also benefits from incorporating diverse perspectives into Institute conversations, fellowships and seminars. Upon culmination of their participation, scholarship recipients become members of the AILAS Alumni Network, a community of 320+ changemakers and leaders and are provided with opportunities to further engage with the Aspen Institute and participate in Alumni-exclusive events.

The Ricardo Salinas Scholarship Fund is a program managed by the Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program that serves to increase the participation of American Latinos and Mexican Nationals in Aspen Institute programming.

For more information on Aspen Institute scholarships, to be a partner organization or to learn more about eligibility and requirements, please reach out to Silvia Green at [email protected]

Apply to the Ricardo Salinas Scholarship

Eligibility: U.S. Latinos and Mexican Nationals (for details click the link above)

Apply to the Woody and Gayle Hunt – Aspen Institute Fellowship

Eligibility: Residents of the Borderplex area (El Paso, TX, Las Cruces, NM, and Ciudad Juarez, MX) (for details click the link above)