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March 1, 2016

Scholarship Funds Available for Multicultural Students

Deadline for current college students to apply is April 22

Boulder County, Colo. - Boulder
County Community Action Programs (CAP) has scholarship monies to award to
students with low-income. Scholarships range from $500-$1,000 each and are made
possible through proceeds from CAP’s Annual Multicultural Awards Banquet.

Applicants
must meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum one-year
    continuous residency in Boulder County
  • Currently
    attending university, community college or technical school as a full-time
    undergraduate or graduate student
  • Low-to-moderate-income level

Preference
is given to students actively involved in
a student or community service organization.
This scholarship is not for
students who will be graduating from high school this spring or summer.

This scholarship is a
one-time opportunity. Prior CAP multicultural scholarship recipients are
not eligible to apply again.

Applications
are available online, at
www.BoulderCountyCAP.org.

Application deadline
is April 22
. Students of color
are encouraged to apply. Send online applications and questions to Sheila
Goetz, at
sgoetz@bouldercounty.org.