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The Alexander Brown Memorial Scholarship

The Alexander Brown Memorial Scholarship  is open to organ transplant recipients who aspire to better themselves through higher education.  High school seniors who will be graduating from high school in the upcoming spring term and who plan to attend an accredited technical, 2-year, or 4-year institutions of higher education are eligible to apply. The deadline for submission of your application is due March 31, 2020. 

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Desert Storm Memorial Scholarship

Scholarships for the children of Colorado armed forces personnel who were killed or permanently disabled during Operation Desert Storm. Eligible students were confirmed through a qualification process completed in 1991: Daniel Dillon, Jessica Dillon, David J. Hook, Aimie L. Hook, and Kasey P. Scott.

If you received an award through this program and would like to claim your scholarship, contact Charmaine Brown at 303.300.1790.

Excelsior Scholarship Fund

The Excelsior Scholarship Fund helps to bridge the financial gap for college-bound students.  This opportunity specifically looks to support students that come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds who excel academically. Scholarships are awarded annually to students that are currently enrolled at a 2-year community college looking to transfer to a 4-year institution (public or private) or those that will be studying at a vocational/technical school in fall.  Applicants must have at least a 2.5 G.P.A., be planning to attend an accredited college, university, or trade school. 


Please check back for the new application in spring 2020.

George Delos Gardner/Eugene Delos Gardner Scholarship Fund

Scholarships for undergraduate students enrolled in the University of Arizona’s School of Mining and Geological Engineering. Applicants must have a cumulative G.P.A. of at least 2.75 (or 3.0 in their major) and have unmet financial need. For more information, contact Sharon Harper, or 303-996-7348.


Helen M. McLoraine Nonprofit Employee Scholarship

The Helen M McLoraine Nonprofit Employee Scholarship program is for employees at selected metro Denver area human services agencies who are pursuing undergraduate and graduate coursework related to their career. Please click here for a list of eligible organizations. 

Please check back for the new application in spring 2020.


Helen M. McLoraine Foster Care & Emancipating Youth Scholarship

Scholarships for individuals who have been in the Colorado foster care system for a minimum of 24 months between the ages of 13 and 18 who are planning to attend or are attending a career or technical school, community college, or four-year institution. This program is for youth in the Colorado foster care system or youth that have emancipated. Scholars may receive funding for up to four years.  

Please check back for the new application in spring 2020.

Helen M. McLoraine Opportunity Scholarship

The Helen M. McLoraine Opportunity Scholarship is a program created to provide education 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. Please click here for a list of eligible organizations. 

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Painter Service for Others Scholarship

Scholarships for full-time, undergraduate students in their junior or senior years pursuing college degrees in teaching or social work at one of the following schools:  Metropolitan State University of Denver, University of Denver, or Colorado State University.  Eligible candidates will be working toward a K-12 teaching certificate or will be following a course of study in social work with a special emphasis on assisting children and young adults.

For more information please visit this link.

Reisher Scholars Program
The Reisher Scholars Program awards scholarships to Colorado students based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit. The program seeks to help promising Colorado students earn their undergraduate degrees without incurring additional educational debt.   The Reisher Scholars Program is unique in that it focuses on rising college sophomores and transfer students from community colleges who have already demonstrated academic and leadership potential as undergraduates. 

To apply, reach out to the scholarship or financial aid office at participating schools. Click here for more information:

Terry L. Priest  Scholarship

The Terry L. Priest Scholarship is open to undergraduate students who plan to pursue a career in the field of transportation, logistics, or supply chain management. 

Please check back for the new application in fall 2020.

Winifred R. Reynolds Educational Scholarship

Scholarships of varying amounts are awarded to students pursuing a graduate degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE), Child Development, or an equivalent field with coursework focused specifically on ECE. Applicants must have financial need, be a resident of Colorado and have earned at least a 3.5 G.P.A. for graduate level work they have completed (students who are just starting their graduate work should have a strong undergraduate academic record). For more information, please visit this link.



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