With the help of performer Bad Bunny, McDonald's inspires high school students to apply for its HACER National Scholarship and attend college


McDonalds urges young people to apply for HACER Scholarship

McDonald's urges young people to apply for HACER Scholarship

McDonald's is encouraging students to apply for the company's HACER National Scholarship. To celebrate application season, Latin trap and reggaeton artist, Bad Bunny, visited Hialeah High School.

Bad Bunny made the visit during the USHLI Student Leadership Summit Presented by McDonald’s, which includes informational sessions about applying to college, available resources and a college and career fair. 

McDonalds HACER Bad Bunny

Bad Bunny talked to students about to his passion for education, saying “Education is a tool to help you achieve your goals. You can all do whatever you'd like, depending on what's in your heart. If you want to be a professor, an astronaut or a musician, you have to study because it will benefit you."

HACER: encouraging Hispanic college enrollment

The McDonald’s® HACER National Scholarship helps Hispanic young people reach their full potential by providing the resources they need to succeed.

Bad Bunny motivated students to apply to the McDonald’s HACER National Scholarship which awards Hispanic students a total of $500,000 annually to 30 students with scholarships of up to $100,000. 

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