The Migrant Students Foundation, Inc. is a 501c-3 non-profit organization dedicated to serving the hundreds of thousands of existing migrant farmworker families within the U.S. today by helping them connect with scholarships, internships and service learning opportunities. We also aim to support the many dedicated staff and educators within the migrant education community as well as other professionals within the government and private industry that help migrant youth gain access to a higher education and a better future.
MSF was orginally founded in 2002 as the College Assitance Migrant Program Alumni Association (CAMPAA). CAMP is a group of individual federal grants sponsored by institutions of higher education dedicated to recruiting and supporting students of migrant/seasonal farmworking background to succeed in college. Glen Galindo, the founder of MSF/CAMPAA was one of those thousands of students that CAMP grants have helped since 1972. In 2012, CAMPAA became MSF in order to better serve and more adequately identify with all migrant students nationwide. Though CAMP grants will always remain the most special partner for the Migrant Students Foundation.
Our organization primarily operated by volunteer staff. We invite you to join us!
"The past is our heritage, the future is our legacy, and the present is our responsibility." - by unknown.