This scholarship opportunity supports employees of Denver area nonprofit organizations who are pursuing undergraduate and graduate coursework in human services. Applicants do not need to be pursuing a degree and can attend school part-time or full-time.
This scholarship program was created to provide educational scholarships for individuals who have had to face extraordinary or challenging circumstances, have actively taken steps to improve their lives, and are committed to advancing their education.
This scholarship program provides scholarships for youth who are in the foster care system and are pursuing post-secondary education.
The purpose of the scholarship is to create opportunities for outstanding graduates of Highline Academy who plan to pursue a career in teaching and/or education broadly. The scholarship was created in honor of Kelly Linderman, whose passion for education impacted many students.
The Jim and Peggy Curtis Scholarship was created to support students graduating from Moffat Consolidated School or Mountain Valley High School. Scholarships of varying amounts are awarded to students planning to enroll in a trade school, technical school, community college, or four-year accredited college in the Unites States.
The purpose of the John C. Ensslin Memorial Scholarship program is to support students who are committed and engaged in the field of journalism.
The John W. & Edna Wilson Mosley Scholarship aims to assist African American students from Aurora Public Schools (APS), Denver Public Schools (DPS), and Cherry Creek School District in attending their first year at the college, university, or another accredited post-secondary school of their choice.
This scholarship program provides opportunities for undergraduate students in Colorado who have been in foster care for at least two years at any time within five years before the scholarship deadline.
The Make Your Mark Scholarship is available for employees, family members of employees, or residents of a RedPeak Property seeking to pursue higher education for the upcoming academic year.
The purpose of the Mary J. Mullarkey Scholarship is to support students of color, women, and LGBTQ+ students graduating with an undergraduate degree from an accredited Colorado college/university or from St. Norbert College and entering law school for the upcoming fall semester.