Serving our latino community since 1983
NCHN is committed to helping exceptionally promising Latino students who have financial needs. For over 36 years, NCHN has awarded over 500 first - generation Napa County Latino students. We recognize that without your help, we would not have been able to reach as many youths. Thank you for your dedication and contribution to our community.
to our applicants
Born and raised in our community, I became the first member of my family to attend a higher education institution and receive a degree. There were mentors, many of whom were in the NCHN, helping me be where I am today. After college I came back to Napa to ensure our youth have the same opportunities I had while growing up. In 2013, I had the privilege of serving on the board with many of the mentors that I had looked up to. Fast-forward to 2018, I got elected as the Board President. Our mission motivates me to support our youth, advocate for cultural, educational and leadership opportunities. However, this is a team effort. I, nor the Board of Directors could do this alone, which is why I would like to thank our donors, supporters and volunteers.
How do I apply?
The NCHN invites high school seniors or current college students who meet the qualifications as stated on our application to apply. Should you have any questions or doubts, feel free to contact Rosalinda Hurtado via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see the scholarship link below as well as a frequently asked question section below.
Step 1: Click the link to access and complete the electronic application file.
Step 2: Email professional photo to:
Subject Line must include Name & School
(Example Subject: Maria Oviedo Napa High School attached Large, well lit photo, example Senior Photo below)
frequently asked questions
Q: When is the application due?
A: Typically end of January early February
Q: I applied last year,
can I re-apply?
A: Yes! Please submit again.
Q: I don’t live in Napa County, will I be considered?
A: Preference is given to current Napa County residents
Q: When will I be notified if I’m selected as a recipient?
A: Typically Late March or Early April.
"you are always a student. never a master. you have to keep moving forward."
- Napa HS
I'm captain of my track team demonstrating leadership, respect, and compassion. While also on the Honor Roll and Lamp of Knowledge with a 4.0 GPA, 1590 SAT with 18 Advanced Placement classes. I will attend Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI thanks to the NCHN. My goal is to earn a doctorate in physical therapy and use my bilingual skills to help people
My supportive soccer coaches helped my confidence and composure through difficult obstacles. My hardworking ancestry reinforces my dedication to my dreams and academics by earning a 4.23 GPA including 10 Advanced Placement classes. My goal is to major in Sports Medicine at UC Davis with determination to give back to my Latino community through medicine. I'm thankful to the NCHN for their help.