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    Programs that provide or assist students to apply for awards which usually involve money and/or reduced tuition. Included are both needs-based scholarships which are awarded to outstanding students who are in financial need and honorary scholarships which are awarded on the basis of merit alone and normally carry a nominal monetary award. Scholarship funds come from many sources including private endowments, alumni contributions, college or university funds, individual departments or outside organizations.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Academic Support Services - Challenge FoundationProvides tuition scholarships and individualized support services to low-income students. Services include academic mentoring and tutoring, access to college preparatory school, summer programs and enrichment activities.Arapahoe CountyChallenge FoundationChallenge Foundation
    After School and College Scholarship Program (Aurora High School) - Boys Hope Girls Hope of ColoradoProvides an after school program for middle school and high school students in Aurora, who are academically high-achieving and have a demonstrated need for assistance. Services include: - Tutoring and mentoring - Test preparation assistance - Financial assistance through collegeArapahoe CountyBoys Hope Girls Hope of ColoradoBoys Hope Girls Hope of Colorado
    After school (Chaffee) - Boys & Girls ClubTo inspire and empower all young people to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. After-school program.Chaffee CountyIndividual & Family Life (Chaffee) - Boys & Girls ClubBoys & Girls Club (Chaffee County)
    American Association of University WomenProvides scholarships to women who are seeking advanced, second degrees.Advocates for women. Also funds research on women, young women, education and international symposia. Out of StateAmerican Association of University WomenAmerican Association of University Women
    College Planning for Parents - College In ColoradoProvides the following assistance for parents involved in college planning: - Financial aid information and planning - Help finding scholarships - Financial fitness evaluationsDenver CountyCollege In ColoradoCollege In Colorado
    College Scholarships - Colorado Flyers Track ClubProvides young girls and women with an opportunity to attend college on a full scholarship via track and field competition. Also offers a volleyball team.Denver CountyColorado Flyers Track ClubColorado Flyers Track Club
    Early Childhood Programs - Early Childhood OptionsEarly Childhood Options ensures that all young children in Summit County are valued, healthy, and thriving. The four programs offered include: - Summit County Head Start (Ages 0-5) - Child Care Resource and Referral - RRR-NE Early Childhood Council - Right Start Project, which offers early childhood workforce development, child care provider licensing, CCAP, family support and education, and capacity building grantsSummit CountyEarly Childhood OptionsEarly Childhood Options
    Early Childhood Support - Qualistar ColoradoOffers professional development opportunities for early childhood educators, quality assessments for programs, college scholarships for early childhood teachers, and grants for facility improvements.Denver CountyQualistar ColoradoQualistar Colorado
    Education Services - Greenhouse ScholarsGreenhouse Scholars provides comprehensive personal and financial support to high-performing, under-resourced college students. Using our unique Whole Person© approach, which offers intellectual, academic, professional, and financial support, we are cultivating the next generation of community leaders. The day our Scholars leave college, they'll be prepared to succeed in their professional endeavors and make significant contributions in their communities.Boulder CountyGreenhouse ScholarsGreenhouse Scholars
    El Centro - Colorado State UniversityEl Centro provides mentoring, support, tutoring, and assistance with finding financial aid and scholarships information. It coordinates community and campus wide cultural awareness programs.Larimer CountyColorado State UniversityColorado State University
    Family Support Programs - Assistance League of PuebloProvides a variety of support services for children and their families, including: - Summer camp funds for boys and girls ages 7-17 who are financially unable to attend YMCA camps - Information for at-risk pregnant women and new mothers about the importance of literacy, with an emphasis on reading to the child - New school clothing for elementary school children in need - Stuffed bears for traumatized children - Scholarships to students from low-income families so they can continue their educationPueblo CountyThe Bargain BoxAssistance League of Pueblo
    GED Classes and Testing - Emily Griffith Technical CollegeEmily Griffith Technical College offers High School Equivalency Prep (GED, HiSet, TASC) classes and testing to help students who did not graduate from high school but who wish to enroll in a college or university or get a job that requires a high school diploma or its equivalent. Scholarships are also available for students interested in completing their GED.Denver CountyEmily Griffith Technical College Emily Griffith Technical College
    Grants and Scholarships - The Community Foundation Serving Greeley & Weld CountyThe Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld County has helped people invest in Weld County. Utilizing our unique knowledge of the community, expertise in best practices in philanthropy, and sound management of assets, we are a trusted connector between those with philanthropic resources – individual donors, families, and organizations – and nonprofit organizations meeting community needs. Weld CountyCommunity Foundation Serving Greeley & Weld CountyThe Community Foundation Serving Greeley & Weld County
    Milton Foster Children's Fund - CASA of the Pikes Peak RegionThe Milton foster children's fund helps provide foster children with opportunities available to other children and not funded through existing agencies. Includes scholarships for sports and recreation. Examples are tattoo removal, dance lessons, karate lessons, and purchase of musical instrumentsEl Paso CountyIndividual & Family Life (El Paso) - CASA of the Pikes Peak RegionCASA of the Pikes Peak Region
    Residential and College Scholarship Program - Boys Hope Girls Hope of ColoradoResidential program for girls and boys who are college bound and have a reason to live out of the home and an economic need. Students live in the residence until graduation from high school. Program provides: - Room, board, tuition, and personal needs allowance - Medical, dental, and optical services - Tutoring and professional therapeutic counseling, as needed - Financial assistance through collegeArapahoe CountyBoys Hope Girls Hope of ColoradoBoys Hope Girls Hope of Colorado
    Scholarship Program - Community Foundation of Northern ColoradoThe Community Foundation provides students with an easy way to search and apply to our scholarships, which are made possible by our generous donors. Scholarship applications are accepted annually November through March. Decisions are typically made by early May. We offer a wide variety of scholarship opportunities. For example, some awards are based on financial need and others target academic achievement. Some opportunities are available only to students who attend a specific school or live within a specific geographic location. Larimer CountyCommunity Foundation of Northern ColoradoCommunity Foundation of Northern Colorado
    Scholarships - Summit FoundationScholarships are available for Summit County high school seniors; applications are available online in January of each year.Summit CountySummit FoundationSummit Foundation
    Scholarships - Two/Ten Footwear FoundationHigher Education Scholarships: These scholarships are available to students affiliated with the footwear, leather or allied industries. Scholarship awards are based on financial need, academic ability and personal promise. Footwear Design Scholarships: Unlike our traditional college scholarships, these scholarship opportunities are open to any student who is studying design with a focus on footwear.Out of StateTwo/Ten Footwear FoundationTwo/Ten Footwear Foundation
    YouthPower365 Programs - YouthPower365YouthPower365 provides Education, Arts and Athletic development and education through early childhood, K-12 higher education programs. Early Childhood Programs: -Success at Six (5-6 years of age, kindergarten students) -Great Start (4-5 years of age, entering kindergarten) -Magic Bus (3-5 years of age) -Learn Through Play Groups (0-3 years of age) -Parent Mentors Program (adults/parents volunteering in YouthPower365 programs) K-12 Programs: - Power Hours Summer (7-13 years of age, 1st to 8th grade) - Power Hours After-school Program (5-13 years of age, kindergarten to 8th grade) - First Notes (8-13 years of age, 3rd through 8th grade) - Sowing Seeds (5 - 13 years of age, kindergarten through 8th grade) - Celebrate the Beat (6-13 years of age, 1st through 6th grade) - Anti-Bullying Program (6 - 18 years of age, 1st through 12th grades) - Girl PowHER (12-18 years of age, 6th through 12th grade) Higher Education: - Dollars for Scholars (17-22 years of age, high school & college students) - Internships & Apprenticeship Programs Eagle CountyYouthPower365YouthPower365

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