Scholarships of county 'Denver' within Colorado

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Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation High School Essay Competition

Amnesty International USA, with the generous support of the Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation, invites high school student activists to examine the turmoil associated with the popular uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East by answering the following essay question: What is the significance of the popular uprisings for the Middle East North Africa region and for the international human rights community? What is the role of young people and social media in mounting this challenge to so many established governments? And how should an organization like Amnesty International respond to this largely unforeseen development? Two winners will be selected and awarded cash prizes of $1,500 and a trip to Denver, CO to attend AIUSA's Annual General Meeting from March 30 - April 1, 2012. Additional awards include two second place awards of $500 and two third place awards of $250! This is a unique and exciting opportunity for high school activists to explore their thoughts and feelings about the promotion or defense of human rights. Entrants must be a current high school student and a member of a registered AIUSA high school student group for 2011-2012 or a dues-paying member of AIUSA Extended Deadline: January 21, 2012 Click here for more information including the submission form and rules. Please contact Joshua Rubenstein, the Northeast Regional Director at with any questions.

Colorado Technical University – Denver Campus Only Scholarship

Criteria:Scholarship is for enrollment at one of the Denver, Colorado campus locations (Tech Center or Westminster) of Colorado Technical University (CTU). Total scholarship amount is $2,000 (US) and is applied as a tuition credit spread out over the prescribed program length. Scholarship is open to any student preparing to enter or currently enrolled in a Master’s degree level program with a concentration in Project Management at the Denver campus. Scholarship awardees must meet admission requirements, maintain full-time status, comply with university standards of conduct and maintain satisfactory academic progress with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater. International students may apply but must also meet the additional requirements for international students as defined in the university catalog. CTU is a regionally accredited university, a PMI Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) and certified for PMI Global Accreditation.CTU’s website address is The Denver campus website is will be made on merit by the PMI Education Foundation (PMIEF) from those candidates that meet all scholarship requirements.