Scholarships

Boulder County Latina League Scholarship

The mission of the Boulder County Latina League (BCLL) is to help increase the graduation rate of young men and women who are graduating from high school and seeking a college degree.   Award Criteria: applicant must be planning to attend college for the academic year 2014-2015, demonstrate a commitment to the Latino community, a Boulder Valley School or St. Vrain Valley School District graduating student.

Questions: Contact Leticia deLozano, 303-817-4630 or email leticia.delozano@comcast.net.

You may also contact Sharon at the Impact on Education office at 303-524-3865.

                                 

  2014-15 BCLL NEW Scholarship Application

  2014-15 BCLL RENEWAL Scholarship Application


Boulder High School Links Scholarship

The Boulder High School Links scholarship was funded in 2008. The recipient is chosen by the Boulder High School Links program coordinators. $1,000 is awarded to one student.  Impact on Education is honored to administer the Boulder High School Links Scholarship. 


To apply contact your
Boulder High School counselor.


Gould-Foothill Scholarship

Established in 1984 by James & Bernice W. Gould. The applicants are selected by a committee appointed by Impact on Education.   $1,500 awarded per year for 4 years.  Award Criteria:  One male & one female; Boulder High graduate and must pursue a degree as an elementary school teacher.

The application period is now open! Application Deadline: April 11, 2014

2014-15 Gould – Foothills Application


oddfeloowlogo1Independent Order of Odd Fellows

Founded in Baltimore, Maryland in 1819, this organization has been organized for the purpose of giving aid to those in need and supporting those pursuing projects for the benefit of mankind.  As the first American fraternity to include both men and women, Odd Fellows also pioneered by becoming the first fraternal organization to establish homes for seniors and orphaned children.  The Boulder chapter annually budgets $10,000 to fund $1,000 renewable scholarships to qualifying BVSD high school seniors.  Impact on Education is honored to administer the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Scholarship.

The application period is now open! Application Deadline: April 15, 2014

2014-15 Odd Fellows Application


Rick Sinner Scholarship

Established by Dave Blessing, a Boulder High School teacher in memory of Rick Sinner a past Boulder High School teacher. The graduate is chosen based upon economic need as well as the pursuit of art studies at any accredited college or university or recognized art institute. $400 awarded to 1 student.  Impact on Education is honored to administer the Rick Sinner Scholarship.

For more information contact Dave Blessing via email.

boulderhighlogoSally Smyth Scholarship

The Sally Smyth Scholarship Award was established by her husband, Clark and their children, Clark A. and Jennifer Smyth. This award is in honor of Sally Smyth’s many years of dedication, contribution and service to education in Boulder Valley Schools. The scholarship provides $20,000 ($5,000 per year) to one Boulder High School graduate. The counseling staff of Boulder High School will make the final determination of who will receive the scholarship. Qualifying applicants must provide evidence of financial need.  The intent of this scholarship is to allow the student to fully participate in the college experience.  Impact on Education is honored to administer the Sally Smyth Scholarship.

 Past Recipients

2012 – Natalia Lesjack-Randall, Carnegie Mellon
2011 – Jordan Ford, The Boston Conservatory
2010 – Savannah LeJeune-Stodeck, University of Southern California
2009 – Lisa Campbell, Barnard College
2008 – Natalie Eakin, University of San Francisco
2007 – Zoe Griffin Davis, University of Colorado, Boulder
2006 – Julia Sensing, University of San Francisco
2005 – Shawna Larkowski, George Washington University
2004 – Elysha Fuchs, Hamline University

 

To apply contact your Boulder High School Counselor

Dennie & Donna Wise Scholarship

Established by Dennie Wise and his children in memory of Donna. The scholarship annually awards a $1,000 two-year scholarship. Award Criteria:  qualifying BVSD high school seniors for post-graduate study at vocational, community or technical colleges.  Impact on Education determines the number of scholarships awarded each year.

The application period is now open! Application Deadline: April 11, 2014

2014-15 Wise Application

Other Helpful Scholarships that are not managed by
Impact on Education

Elevations Credit Union