Excellent Scholarships for Students in Colorado for 2019 – 2020
Thinking about how to afford college? Scholarships are a common form of support for education and many small local scholarships go unclaimed each year. At Going Merry we bring local and statewide scholarships to you and let you fill out your applications all in one place! We’ve compiled an excellent list of scholarships in Colorado for you to apply for.
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Provider: Emily Johnson Play it Forward Fund (Charity Smith)
Amount: Up to $2,000
The purpose of The Emily Johnson “Play it Forward” Scholarship is to annually award scholarships to high school seniors to assist with the cost of attending a college or university. The scholarship will be funded with an annual 3v3 soccer tournament and contributions from generous friends and businesses that will bring a community together to celebrate Emily’s life. A $3,000.00 scholarship awarded to one recipient annually. Awarded at $500.00 per semester for 3 years. This scholarship may be used at any college, university or vocational school. The scholarship will be paid directly to the Financial Aid Office of the selected college.
Provider: Dalton’s Moon Scholarship Foundation (Charity Smith)
Amount: Up to $1,000
Dalton believed strongly in giving back to his community and helping those in need. We established this memorial fund with the hope of honoring his memory and providing both an annual scholarship for a Legend High School student who exemplifies the same qualities and passion for learning and helping others that Dalton did, and support to professionals who care for pediatric cancer patients or are engaged in cancer research.
Provider: Mountain Pine Woman’s Club of Parker
Amount: Up to $1,000
Mountain Pine Woman’s Club of Parker is delighted to sponsor annual scholarships to encourage students to achieve their educational goals. Scholarships have been awarded in varying amounts for the past thirty-four years. Mountain Pine Woman’s Club (MPWC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of intellectual, educational, charitable, social and civic improvements, and participation in the programs of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC) and Colorado Federation of Women’s Clubs (CFWC).
Provider: ARRL Foundation
Amount: Up to $5,000
The ARRL, a national association dedicated to Amateur Radio in the U.S., offers scholarship awards to support the awareness and growth of the industry. Each scholarship requires that you hold some form of an active Amateur Radio License Class.
Given to students at a four-year school entering their junior or senior year. Students must be a U.S. citizen and a resident of one of the eight RMCMI member states and looking for a career in the coal industry. The scholarships are $2,750 per year and may be given for up to two years. The selected students are also offered an all-expense paid trip to the RMCMI Annual Meeting and Convention in late June where they have the opportunity to meet industry leaders and attend all of the technical sessions.
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