CCD team schp list - Excel file

The College and Career team is excited you are looking for additional funding to support your educational goals.  This is a list of scholarships that have been compiled for students.  Features: select a different number of entries, search field option, sort feature for each column. Don't forget to hit next at the bottom of the list, for more. You can see more scholarships listed by changing the number in show entries field. If you are searching for a specific detail of a scholarship you may use the search field. For students in 9th grade you can search by 9th and see which scholarships apply to you. Another great search option is to find scholarships that are due soon, you can search by month (for example - January or Jan.)

 

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Deadline by MonthScholarship Applicant's Grade/AgeAmountDue DateMinimum GPAEssay(s)?NotesCO-ASSETDACAUndocumented
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OctoberKidGuard for Education9th, 10th, 11th, 12th$500-$1,000Oct-31-Y
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OctoberACT Student Champion Award12th$500Oct-313YMinimum ACT: 22
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JanuaryBuenas Opiniones' Scholarship for Latino Students12th, Undergrad, Grad$2,500/yearJan-313YYesYesYes
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JanuaryUniversity of Colorado Professional Service Awards12th, Undergrad$500-$2000Jan-312.8YMinimum ACT: 20
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JanuaryUniversity of Colorado Community Leadership Awards12th, Undergrad$500-$2000Jan-312.8YMinimum ACT: 20
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FebruaryFrank Kazmierczak Memorial Migrant Scholarship12th$1,000Feb-1-YRequirements:
1. Child of a Migrant Worker
2. Teaching as a Career Goal
3. Two letters of Rec
4. Official Transcript
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FebruaryVolunteerism/Community Service Scholarship12th$1,500Feb-12.51. Two Letters of Rec
2. Signficant Volunteer Work
NoNo
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FebruaryCatherine C. Owen Memorial Scholarship12th$1,500Feb-281. Letters of Recommendation
2. Academic Record
3. Financial Need
NoNo
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MarchFRCCUndergradvariesMar-1Prefered: 2.5+Y1. Minimum GPA of 2.0, preferred GPA of 2.5 or higher
2. Enrolled in a degree or certificate program at FRCC
3. Must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours
4. Completion of the 2021-2022 FAFSA or the Colorado Application for State Financial Aid is required by April 1, 2021
5. Some named scholarships may require students to meet additional qualifications (up to 2 letters of rec and transcript)
NoNo
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MarchDr. Abdus Saleem Family Scholarship12th$10,000Mar-13.5Y1. G.P.A of 3.5 or higher. (Exceptional candidates with lower grades will also be considered)
3. Entering Freshman in College
3. Majoring in the areas, but not limited to medical technology, oil and energy, computer science, journalism, or business administration
4. American Citizenship or Permanent Residency
5. Two Letters of Rec
6. EFC from FAFSA
NoNo
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MarchBoulder Community Health Ambassadors12th, Undergrad, GradUp to $4,000Mar-143Y1, interested in a Health Related field/study/profession
2. Two letters of Rec
3. Potential Interview
4. Transcripts
NoNo
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MarchBHS Vintage Panthers12th$3,500Mar-31-Y1. Two letters of Rec
2. Financial Need
3. Picture
4. Must be attending BHS
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MarchFoothills Kiwanis Scholarship12th$1,000Mar-31Y1. Student of BVSD
2. Two letters of Rec
3. Transcript
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AprilCredit Union of Colorado Foundation12th$5,000Apr-163.5Y1. Demonstrate community service
2. Proof of Colorado Residence
3. Transcript
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AprilMilagros - The Community Foundation9th, 10th, 11th,12th$2,500Apr-28-unknown1. Latina
2. BHS Graduate
3
. Undocumented
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AprilAAC Behavioral HealthUndergrad$5,000Apr-303.2Y1. Majors: psych, nursing, social work, ...
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AprilCommunity Action Development CorporationUndergradunknownApr-30-Y1. Boulder resident for at least one year
2. Currently enrolled in post-secondary education
3. Low-to-moderate level income
4. One to Three Letters of Rec
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MayCOSI12th(up to) $5,000May-12.5Y1. Apply through IHAD Common App Scholarship
2. 250% Pell Eligible
3. US citizen or permanent resident
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MayFRCC Longmont Campus12th, Undergrad$500 - $1,500May-32
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MayPremier Members Credit Union12th, Undergrad$5,000May-72.5Y1. Must be a member of the Credit Union.
2. Transcript
3. Letters of Rec
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MayOptimist Oratorical Contest 8th,9th,10th, 11th, 12th$26,000May-15-
YSpeech Content with multiple rounds. Must start a local optimist competition.
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MayNational Black Police Association12th, Undergrad, GradUnknownMay-18-Y
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MayBennati Law Firm12th, Undergrad$2,000May-313Y1. Preference given to those who have been in or know someone who has been in a car accident
2. Must be studying legal, medical or business related degree.
3. Letters of Rec optional but encouraged.
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JuneBerrien Fragos Thorn Arts10th, 11th, 12th, Undergrad, Grad$2,500Jun-1-"Descriptions"1. Migrant Farmworkers
2.
Interest in art
3. Letter of Rec
4. Portfolio of Artwork
5. Budget
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JuneMike Rowe Work Ethic Scholarship12th Amount variesJun-4Y1. Interested in Vocational Program.
2. Two Letters of Rec
3. Video submission
4. School attendance record recommended
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JuneHoratio Alger - Community College12th, Undergrad, Grad$2,500Jun-152unknown1. US Citizen
2. Critical Financial Need (eligible for Pell Grant by completing FAFSA)
3. Copy of Parent's Tax Transcript
4. Pursuing Career or Technical School
No
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JulyNFWL/NRA Bill of Rights11th, 12th$3,000Jul-20-Y 1. Must be nominated by a mentor
2. Female only
3. Conference in Memphis, Tennessee
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AugustI Have a Dream Foundation Dreamer (Guest) Scholarship12th$1,250/semesterAug-31YesYesYes
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JanuaryLAEF12th, Undergrad, Grad$500/$1,000Jan-103Yes1. Colorado Resident (Regardless of legal residency)
2. Latino or actively involved in Latino community
3. Minimum 3.0 GPA
4. Two letters of recommendation
5. Transcript and FAFSA
YesYesYes
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JanuaryLatinas First Foundation12th, Undergrad, GradJan-15NoNoNo
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JanuaryLatinas First Foundation Scholarship12th$1,000 or $2,500Jan-17YesYesyes
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JanuaryAffinity Plus Foundation12th$5,000Jan-31-YMember of Affility Plus Credit Union in good standing
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FebruaryHispanic Scholarship Fund12th$500-$5,000Feb-153unknown1. Must be of Hispanic heritage

2. U.S. citizen, permanent legal resident, or DACA

3. Minimum of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for high school students; minimum of 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for college and graduate students

4. Plan to enroll full-time in an accredited, public or not-for-profit, four-year university, or graduate school, in the US, for the 2021-2022 academic year

5. Submit the FAFSA or state-based financial aid forms (if applicable)
YesNo
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FebruaryRed Thread Women12th$1,000Feb-28-Y
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MarchMark Martinez Scholarship12thUp to $10kMar-12.5YesYes
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MarchElevations CU: Don E. Neuburger12th$500-$5,000Mar-1-Y1. Must be in Thompson School district
2. Two Letters of Rec
3. Official Transcript
4. FAFSA
NoNo
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MarchElevations CU: Wm. C. “Bill” Sterner Memorial12th$1,000-$2,000Mar-1Y1. Must be going to CU Boulder
2. Two letters of Rec
3. Official Transcript
4. FAFSA
NoNo
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MarchElevations CU: M. R. Hellie12th$500-$5,000Mar-1-Y1. Two letters of Rec
2. Official Transcript
3. FAFSA
NoNo
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MarchAscend St. Vrain Scholarship12th$2,000Mar-3NoNo
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MarchBoulder County Latina League12th, Undergrad, Grad$1,000Mar-102.5Y1. Must be First Generation College student
2. Transcript
3. One letter of rec
4. FAFSA
YesYes
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MarchBoulder Rotary Grants and Scholarships12th$500 - $1000Mar-13-Y1. Must be aspiring for a four-year degree, but can be enrolled in community college.
2. Must attend college in Colorado
3. Transcript
YesYes
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MarchNever Forgotten12th$5,000Mar-313Y1. Strong background of community service
2. U.S. Citizen or legal resident
3. Jefferson County
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AprilRocky Mountain Relocation Council9th, 10th, 11th, 12th$1,500Apr-13Y1. Must have moved to Denver Metro area at some point from 9th-12th grade
2. Transcript
3. Extracurricular activities
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AprilCESDA12th$1,000Apr-5HS GPA 2.80 (non-weighted)Y1. Demonstrate Financial Need (or be first-generation, and/or a student of color)
2. Resume
3. Transcript
4. FAFSA
YesYesYes
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AprilOptimist International Essay Contest8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th$2,500Apr-15-Y1. Must be in the Optimist club
2. Under 19 before October 1
YesYes
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AprilDennie and Donna Wise12th$1,000Apr-20-Y1. High school seniors enrolled in the Boulder Valley School District
2. Must pursue a vocational, technical or community college education (full or part-time)
3. Three letters of Rec
4. Transcript
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MayColorado County Clerks Association12th$1,000May-13.25Y1. Community involvement w/gov, polisci or business
2. Trascript and Resume
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MayBoulder Luncheon Optimist Club Felton Scholarship9th, 10th, 11th,12th$2,000May-1-Y1. Persuing higher education in field serving youth
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MayYMCA of Boulder Valley College Scholarship 12th1. $2,500 2.$500May-1-Y1. Seniors who have had a significant experience or connection with the YMCA
2. Letter of Rec
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MayColorado NAHRO 12th, Undergrad, Grad$1,000May-15Y1. Live in BHP
2. Official Transcript
3. Two Letters of Rec
NoNo
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MayElevate Pest Control12th, Undergrad$500May-31NoneDepends on choice of submission1. Submit a Joke, Story, or Quick Video of something funny
2. Resume of extracurricualr activities and employment history
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JuneI Have a Dream Foundation COSI Scholarship12thUp to $8,000Jun-12.5≥ GPA on a 4.0 scale
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JulyQue Lleva Cafe Scholarship12th$500Jul-31-Y1. Must be undocumented
2. Up to two letters of rec
3. Transcript
YesYes
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SeptemberFrom Failure to Promise$10,000Sep-12.5Y1. Transcripts
2. Must read "From Failure to Promise"
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SeptemberGreenhouse12th$5k - $20kSep-13.5Y1. Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and a legal resident of Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, New York, or North Carolina.
2. Demonstrate financial need (annual household income no greater than $70,000)
3. Possess excellent leadership skills, an ability to persevere through difficult circumstances, and a strong interest in and commitment to their community
4. Two letters of rec
5. Transcript w/ SAT or ACT scores
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SeptemberThe Gates Scholarship12thFull cost of attendanceSep-153.3≥ GPA on a 4.0 scale (ideally in Top 10% of Class)Y1. Must be Pell Eligible
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SeptemberQuestbridge12thFull cost of attendanceSep-29Academically outstanding high school seniors1. From families earning less than $65,000/year for a family of four with minimal assetsYesYesYes
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OctoberDr. Pepper12th, Undergrad, Grad$100,000Oct-18-Y1. Need 50 Online Votes and a Video Submission responding to prompt
60
OctoberZonta9th, 10th, 11th, 12th$1,000Oct-23-Y1. Female only
2. Two letters of Rec
3. Three different scholarships aviailable
YesYes
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OctoberPaul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New AmericansGradup to $45,000Oct-29-Y1. Must be first-gen AMerican or DACA recipient
2. Three letters of Rec
3. Transcript
4. Must be under 30 years old
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OctoberThe Cooke College Scholarship12thUp to $40,000/yearOct-30Cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.5 or above. SAT Total Score of 1200 and above OR an ACT Composite Score of 26 or above.1. Demonstrate financial need (family income up to $95,000)YesYesYes
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OctoberState Farm Good Neighbor Scholarship12th$2,500Oct-312.5Y1. Financial need
2. Parents' 1040
3. Transcript
NoNo
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OctoberCoca-Cola Scholars Foundation 12th$20,000Oct-31The Coca-Cola Scholars Program scholarship is an achievement based scholarship. Applicants are evaluated on leadership, academics and service.1. US citizen or permanent resident
65
NovemberHubShout Internet Marketing ScholarshipUndergrad$1,000Nov-131. Must demonstrate interest in internet marketing
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NovemberBoettcher Scholarship12thFull tuition & feesNov-1Superior scholastic abilityYesYes
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NovemberPrudential Spirit of Community12th$1,000Nov-10-unknown1. Must show evidence of community service/volunteering
2. Earn a trip to DC
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NovemberElks Most Valuable ScholarshipUndergrad$1,000-$12,000Nov-15-Yes1. Must take SAT/ACT (except for 2022)
2. Demonstrate leadership, community inovlvement, and academic success
3. Will need to submit FAFSA if a quarter finalist
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NovemberDaniel's Fund12thLast DollarNov-153.0 in high school, 2.0 in collegeunknown1. Minimum 490 SAT for both writing and Math or
Minimum score of 18 on ACT for both reading and math
2. US citizen or permanent resident
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NovemberHACU Institutional ScholarshipUndergrad, Grad$2,000Nov-20Student is attending a Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities institution: check here: https://www.hacu.net/assnfe/CompanyDirectory.asp
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NovemberDr. Juan Andrade Scholarship for Young Hispanic Leaders12th, Undergrad$1,000Nov-302.8Y1. Three letters of Rec
2. Resume
3. Transcript
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DecemberDell Scholars12th$20,000Dec-12.4Y1. FAFSA (must be Pell eligible)
2. INcludes a laption + 4 year warrant and chegg subscription
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DecemberNational LGBT Chamber of CommerceUndergrad, Grad$3,000Dec-11N/A*Y1. Must identify as a member of the LGBTQ community
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DecemberLEDA Scholars Program11thhelp with college application costDec-143.6Y1. Letter of recommendation
2. Household income less than 90,000
75
DecemberAXA Achievementsm Scholarship12th$2,500, $10,000 or $25,000Dec-15Demonstrate ambition and self-drive as evidenced by outstanding achievement in school, community or work-related activitiesY
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DecemberUniversity of Colorado Youth Triumph Awards12th, Undergrad$500-$2000Dec-182.8Y
1. Can be applied to trade school, community college or 4 year university
2. Commitment to service
3. Must be nominated to submit an appolication
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DecemberPerseverence AwardUndergrad, Grad$3,000Dec-182.5Y1. Must be aprevious Trimph Award Recipient
2. Display perseverance through current success
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DecemberUniversity of Colorado Bright Futures Awards9th, 10th, 11th $500-$2000; Refurbished Laptop?Dec-18N/AY1. Receive a refurbished laptop or tablet
2. Must show determination despite financial circumstances
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DecemberCU Be Bright Award12th, Undergrad$20,000 (over 4 academic years)Dec-182.9 HS or 2.5 College1. Min ACT of 22 or SAT of 1100
2. Must attend CU
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JanuaryFormswift Scholarship Program12th, Undergrad, Grad$1,000Jan-15-1. Create a business plan infographic
2. Cannnot be related to a Formswift employee
NoYesYes
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JanuarySTEM Scholars ProgramUndergradFull Ride Jan-15-Y1. Must inntend to major in one of the following STEM fields: Biology, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Studies, Health Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, and Psychology
2. Prioritize first generation and low income students
3. Must go to Gettysburg college
NoNo
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JanuaryJCI Senate Scholarship12th$1,000Jan-22-Y1. Mail-in Application Package
2. Can be used for vocational schools
NoNo
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JanuaryPoint Foundation12th, Undergrad, GradunknownJan-27-unknown1. Financial need
2. Identify within LGBTQ community and show work to better the community
3. Community service and leadership
yesyes
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FebruaryJackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship12th$7500/yearFeb-1Y1. Demonstrated communiity service and leadership potential.
2. Minimum SAT score of 1000 combined or ACT score of 21
3. One letter of recommendation.
4. Demonstrate financial need.
NoNo
85
FebruaryBurg Simpson Scholarship 12th$2,500 (1) and $1,000 (9)Feb-1-Y1. Essay is research oriented - must cite 4 sourcesYesYes
86
FebruaryHacer National Scholarship12th$1,000-$100,000Feb-32.8Y1. Must have at least one parent of Hispanic heritage.
2. One letter of Rec
3. Transcript
4. 1040 Tax Form
YesNo
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FebruaryLegacy Awards Scholarship12th$4,000Feb-5Unknown1. Must be a child or grandchild of an Elk memebr
2. Can apply to multiple Elk scholarships, but can only win one
Yesyes
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FebruaryPresident Leadership Class 12thVariesFeb-15-Y1. Must be admitted to CU
2. FAFSA
NoNo
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FebruaryVegetarian Resource Group Scholarship12th$5,000Feb-20-Y1. Demonstrated promotionn of vegetarianism in their school or community
2. Three letters of rec
3. Transcript
YesYes
90
FebruaryThe Dream.US12th, UndergradAssociates: up to $12,500
Bachelors: up to $25,000
Feb-252.5YMust have DACA or fulfill other eiigibiilty requirements based on immigration status
Transcripts
Attend MSU, CSU, or CCD
YesNo
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MarchBob Kossman Scholarship12thFull Ride to UniversityMar-13.5Y1.A descendant (child or grandchild) of a US military personnel killed or injured in service of our country or are a current US military, police or fire service employee or member of their immediate family
2. Majoring in a degree that will lead to a public service career, such as medicine, nursing, and education majors
NoNo
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MarchBenjamin and Patricia Allen12th, Undergrad, GradVariesMar-13unknown1. Priioritze first generation students
2. Must attend Iowa State University
NoNo
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MarchColorado Benevolent Fund's AssociationUndergradUp to $7,000 per yearMar-1-Y1. Must graduate from Colorado High School
2. Four Letters of Rec
3. interview
4. Transcript
NoNo
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MarchFontana Transport Inc12th$5,000Mar-143.5unknown1. Must plan to major in one of the following fields: Transportation Management, Math, Science
Engineering ( Any field of engineering), Architecture, Environmental Design, Pre-Med, Psychology, Spanish Language/Literature
2. Letter of Rec
YesYes
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MarchCOLORADO MASONS’ BENEVOLENT FUND VOCATIONAL GRANT12th$1,000Mar-15Only for vocational schoolsNoNo
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MarchLULAC National Scholarship Fund12th$250-$2,000Mar-31-unknown1. Preference to Latinos
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MarchVolunteers for Outdoor Colorado Grossman Scholarship12th, Undergrad, Grad$5,000Mar-31-Y1. Pursuing post-secondary education through an accredited environmental, natural resource, climate, or outdoor industry related education program in Colorado
2. Two letters of Rec
3. Trascript
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MarchDavis-Putter12th(up to) $10,000Mar-31-Y1. Demonstrated activism in the progressive movement
2. Preference to those who plan to work in the United States
3. Two letters of rec
4. FAFSA
5. Transcriipt
99
MarchGateway Scholarship12thMar-31Y1. Priority given to students looking to attend vocational or technical school
100
AprilHazel Huckabay Memorial Scholarship12thUp to $10,000Apr-1Can be renewed with a 2.5 GPA in collegeY1.Must be a resident of Louisville, CO
2. Must demonstrate financial need (FAFSA)
101
AprilBVEA Careers in Education12thVariesApr-1-unknown1. Graduating from BVSD 2.Wish to pursue a degree in education 3. Transcript 4. Letter of unusual financial circumstances
102
AprilWe the Students9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, Undergrad$500-$5,000Apr-15YyesNo
103
AprilAyn Rand - Anthem8th, 9th,. 10th, 11th,12th$100-$2,000Apr-29-Y
104
AprilAyn Rand - The FountainHead11th, 12th$500-$5,000Apr-29-Y
105
AprilAyn Rand - Shrugged12th, Undergrad, Grad$500-$10,000Apr-29-Y
106
AprilInfinitus DreamUndergrad$3,000Apr-30Y2 letters of rec and transcript. Must be resident of Colorado or attend a Colorado college
107
MayVisionary Scholarship Program9th, 10th, 11th, 12th$1,000-$5,000May-1Y1. Transcript
108
MayB Davis Scholarship11th, 12th$1,000May-22-Y1. First judged by essay 2. Then send transcript and letter of rec
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MaySILA FoundationUndergrad, Grad$2,500May-3131. Citizen or perm res 2. Business, education, finance/account, insurance, marketing, or math 3. Full time or half time + full time work 4. Transcript 5. Letter of rec 6. Proof of residency
110
JuneAbbott & Fenner11t, 12th$1,000Jun-12-Y
111
JuneNavigate Your Future12th$2,500Jun-25-Y1. Must be accepted into an aviationn program
2. Letter of Rec
112
JuneDesign Your Future12th$10,000Jun-28-Depends on Project Choice1. Long Term project (multimedia)
2. Go through design process (user interviews, rapid prototyping, evaluations, etc)
YesYes
113
OctoberHoratio Alger - National12th$25,000Oct-25The Association does not require a minimum score on the SAT or ACT... All applicants must have and maintain at least a 2.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.1. Critical financial need
2. Copy of parent's traanscript
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OctoberHoratio Alger - State12thup to $10,000Oct-2521. Critical financial need
2. Copy of parent's traanscript
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