The Denver Council on Foreign Relations World Affairs Challenge Grants 2015
The Denver Council on Foreign Relations (DCFR) is providing three grants in an amount up to $750 each to three rural Colorado junior high/middle or high schools for the schools to use in participation at the 2015 World Affairs Challenge at Regis University. The DCFR will award funding on the basis of merit and need. Merit will be judged by the quality and content of the application, and need by the proportion of students qualifying for free or reduced price lunch. These grants may be used for any of the following: participation fees (a team of up to 8 students), travel to Regis University, lodging, or expenses related to preparation. Of each grant, $100 is to be set aside as an honorarium for the organizing teacher.
Registration deadline is December 31, 2014
For an application and more information on these grants, click here.
The Colorado Springs World Affairs Council Grant 2015
The grant, made possible by James and Diane Cameron, is available to high schools, and junior high and middle schools in the counties of El Paso and Teller for the school's use in participating in the 2015 World Affairs Challenge. The grant may be used for participation fees, travel to Regis University in northwest Denver, lodging and any expenses related to preparation. Of each grant, $100 is to be set aside as an honorarium for the organizing teacher. For more information, please email Deb Schaffer, WAC Program Director, at Deb@ctir.org.
Registration deadline is February 1, 2015.
For an application and more information on this grant, click here.
Through generous private donations, we offer a small number of partial scholarships for Aurora Public Schools teams and International Teams. Please contact the Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to designate a donation to assist a team financially.