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									            2010 Community Foundation
       Scholarship Application and Instructions

                                For:

                         Arts Alive! Scholarships
 Marselino “Eddie” Aragon Dollars for Hispanic Scholars Scholarships
                  Sam Chuenchit Soccer Scholarships
                           Deason Scholarship
Fort Lupton Community Scholarship/Floyd E. Acre Memorial Scholarship
                 Judd K. Fulton Memorial Scholarships
                      Mildred Hansen Scholarships
                      Leoma Hunter Scholarships
                Alison Jo Jenkins Memorial Scholarship
             Kristopher G. Mansfield Memorial Scholarship
               Carl Mason Family Agriculture Scholarship
       Dr. John A. and Patricia C. Rosales Memorial Scholarship
 The Highland Community/R. Lee and Rebecca Seward Scholarships
                        Lynn Shipps Scholarship
                     Marvin Stonemets Scholarship
                   Weld County Builders Scholarships
              M.C. Widmaier Family Nursing Scholarship
            Winograd Family Fund Allied Health Scholarships
                    G.E. Wood Memorial Scholarship
                           Woolf Scholarships



             PLEASE READ THROUGH THE ENTIRE PACKET
              PRIOR TO COMPLETING YOUR APPLICATION.

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Frequently Asked Questions .............................................................................. 3

Important Information ......................................................................................... 5

Application Instructions ...................................................................................... 6

2010 Community Foundation Scholarship Application ....................................... 7

Detailed Scholarship Criteria ............................................................................ 10

Other Awards Available Not Using the CF Scholarship Application ................. 13




                           Deadline: Monday, March 15, 2010




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                                                       Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Community Foundation?
The Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld County has been working to improve the quality of
life in Weld County since 1997. It is an organization dedicated to encouraging and managing the
philanthropic efforts of individuals and organizations in Weld County. Since 1997, the Community
Foundation has awarded nearly $1.4 million in scholarships to students.

What is the Community Foundation Scholarship Application?
The Community Foundation offers a variety of scholarships to provide resources for a range of
educational opportunities including vocational schools and two- and four-year colleges/universities. The
Community Foundation Scholarship Application allows you to apply for several different scholarships
using one application and submitting one set of application materials (additional copies are required). All
Community Foundation scholarships require an application, two letters of reference/
recommendation; a transcript of grades including class rank and ACT scores (or GED certificate
of completion); a personal statement and a copy of the FAFSA Student Aid Report or Tax Form
1040. You will be required to submit five (5) copies plus the originals (6 total) of every item except
the transcript of grades and the FAFSA Student Aid Report or Tax Form 1040.

How are eligibility requirements determined?
Scholarships are available through the Community Foundation thanks to the generosity of donors who
have established scholarship funds. Each donor determines the eligibility criteria of their scholarship.
Scholarships may focus on academic achievement, academic potential, community service or financial
need. Please note: Applicants who are current employees or members of the Community Foundation’s
Board of Directors or who are related to employees or members of the Community Foundation’s Board of
Directors are not eligible to apply; this includes applicants that are a child, stepchild, grandchild, great
grandchild, spouse, brother, sister, brother-in-law, or sister-in-law of any employee or member of the
Board of Directors of the Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld County.

What if I am not a “straight A” student?
The Community Foundation offers scholarships for a variety of students. While academic performance is
important to the scholarship advisory committees, it is not the only criteria for scholarship applicants.

What if I am not sure where I will be going to school?
If you are unsure, you should indicate your first and second choice. Once you have made your final
decision, please notify the Community Foundation.

May I apply for more than one scholarship?
By completing the Community Foundation Scholarship Application, you will automatically be included in
any scholarship pool for which you are eligible.

How much will I receive if I am selected as a recipient?
Awards for each scholarship vary depending upon the criteria. Scholarships range from $500 to up to
$5,000, with the average award being $1,000. Please see specific scholarship information for award
amount.

How many scholarships does the Community Foundation award?
Community Foundation scholarships are awarded from endowment funds. The scholarships we award
are dependent upon the investment market. The number of scholarships awarded will vary from year to
year.


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Do I receive a check if I am awarded a scholarship?
No. All scholarship checks are made payable to your school and go directly to your school’s financial aid
or scholarship office. There is no exception to this rule. Checks are sent to schools in August upon receipt
of necessary paperwork and other verification requirements provided by you or the school.

Are scholarships taxable?
For degree-seeking students who use the scholarship for tuition, fees, books and required supplies, the
scholarship is not taxable. However, if the scholarship is used for room, board, travel or miscellaneous
expenses, it is taxable to the student. The Community Foundation recommends that you and/or your
parents consult a tax expert or your school’s financial aid office for advice.

If I receive a scholarship one year, will I automatically receive it the following
year?
No. While a few scholarships are renewable, others are one-time only. Each scholarship varies; please
check scholarship specifics on pages 10-13.

Does the Community Foundation make the decisions about who is awarded?
Each scholarship fund has an advisory committee who makes recommendations to the Community
Foundation Board of Directors for their approval.

Will my personal information be shared?
No, your application information will not be shared with anyone except Community Foundation staff and
the advisory committee. Financial information (SAR or 1040 form) will be held at the Community
Foundation and will not be shared with the Scholarship Advisory Committee. For security reasons, we
only require the last four digits of your social security number on your application. Please mark out all but
the last four digits of your social security number if it appears on any of the documents you submit with
your application.

When will I be notified?
All applicants are notified in writing of the status of their application by the end of April. The Community
Foundation hosts a scholarship reception in May to present a certificate to the winners and also give the
students a chance to meet living donors.




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                                                                        Important Information

Eligibility
Each scholarship fund has specific eligibility criteria which were defined by the donor when the fund was
established. Upon completion of the Community Foundation Scholarship Application, you will be included
in any of the scholarship pools for which you are eligible.

Required Application Material
    •    Completed scholarship application (pages 7-9)
    •    Two letters of reference/recommendation
    •    Transcript of grades including class rank and ACT scores (please make sure your counselor
         includes this information) or your GED certificate of completion
    •    Personal statement (see instructions on page 6)
    •    Copy of your complete FAFSA Student Aid Report or Tax Form 1040

Additional Awards
Please inform the Community Foundation of any awards received after mailing in the completed
application. It is the policy of the Community Foundation to not award scholarships to students who have
received other scholarships or grants that exceed the total cost and actual ‘need’ as established by the
federal government. This includes full-ride scholarships that may be reduced by other scholarship
awards. Scholarship winners are permitted to accept additional scholarships or grants to acquire funds
necessary to offset school related expenses that exceed Community Foundation Scholarship funds. We
feel it is important, however, that scholars do not abuse this policy by accepting funds beyond those
needed, thereby depriving other deserving students of the opportunity to procure scholarship money.
Additional dollars cannot be retained for use beyond legitimate school expenses. You may call, write, fax
or e-mail this new information to us.


Application Deadline
All materials must be received by:


                             4:00 pm on Monday, March 15, 2010

Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.


Mail or deliver completed applications to:            The Community Foundation
                                                        Serving Greeley and Weld County
                                                      711 8th Avenue
                                                      Greeley, CO 80631


Who should I contact if I have questions?
You may contact Lauren Weber, Program Officer, at 970.304.9970 or lauren@cfsgwc.org.




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                                                                Application Instructions
We recommend you send your application and all of the supporting documents to us in one envelope.
Please be sure to mark each item with your name.

1. Application
   Applications must be complete to be considered. Do not staple documents. Make sure all pages
   include applicant’s name. All correspondence will go to the address you specify on your application.

2. Letters of Reference
   Provide two letters of reference only.
        • One letter from a teacher, coach or academic advisor (non-family member);
        • One letter from a work or volunteer supervisor, a youth leader or personal acquaintance (non-
             family member and not from a teacher, coach or academic advisor).
   All letters must be signed and dated. Photocopies are acceptable.

3. Transcripts of Grades, Class Rank and ACT Scores or GED certificate
   All applications must include an official high school transcript including class rank and ACT scores
   in an official and sealed envelope. If you have received your GED, include your certificate of
   completion. If you have taken college courses, an official college transcript must also be included for
   all work completed. Photocopies and copies from the Internet are unacceptable.

4. Signed and Dated Personal Statement
   Include a typed statement (double-spaced up to two pages). In the statement, you should include:
       • A brief history about your background including information about your family influences.
       • Your life goals and what you hope to achieve.
       • Describe how you have been a positive role model in your school or community.
       • Who or what has been the biggest influence in your decision to pursue additional education in
           your chosen field? Why?
       • Describe any special circumstances that may affect your family’s ability to pay for college
           (medical, divorce, unemployment, child support, other).

5. Financial Need
   If you applied for federal financial aid, enclose a copy of all pages of your 2010-2011 Student Aid
   Report (SAR). For more information, see www.fafsa.ed.gov. If you did not apply for federal financial
   aid, enclose a copy of the first two pages of your parent’s or guardian’s most recent Federal Tax
   Form 1040 (or your own if you are not a dependent). Please note: this information will be held at the
   the Community Foundation and will not be given to the Scholarship Advisory Committee.

6. Additional Copies
   Please provide five (5) copies plus the originals (6 total) of all of the above items except for your
   transcript of grades, class rank and ACT scores (or GED certificate) and the FAFSA Student Aid
   Report or Federal Tax Form 1040.




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                             2010 Scholarship Application

Applicant Contact Information

Name:
                   First                                 Middle                                                   Last

Permanent Address:
                                      Street                                          City ,         State        Zip Code

Phone Number:                                                E-mail:

Name of High School/College last attended                                                      Date of Birth: ____/____/____

Ethnicity:                                                   Last 4 digits of SSN#:

College/University/Vocational School Student ID#:                                                                        (if known)

Education
Education Institution you plan to attend in the fall of 2010:

    1)
          (First choice – Name)

    2)
          (Second choice – Name)

Have you been accepted at your first choice? Yes___ No ___            If no, when do you expect to be notified?    ___/___/_____

Have you been accepted at your second choice? Yes___ No ___           If no, when do you expect to be notified?    ___/___/_____

Intended major/minor(s):

Intended career:

Household/Financial Information
If you applied for federal financial aid, enclose a copy of all pages of your 2010-2011 Student Aid Report
(SAR). For more information, see www.fafsa.ed.gov/ or if you did not apply for federal financial aid,
enclose a copy of the first two pages of your parent’s or guardian’s most recent Federal Tax Form 1040
(or your own if you are not a dependent).

Please list any grants or scholarships you have applied for or received for the upcoming academic year.




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Applicant’s Name:

                                                  Student Resume
                                           Please use the form provided below.

Awards and Honors
List up to four awards/honors you have received during high school and briefly explain their significance.

Awards/Honors                          Significance                                                       Date Received




School Involvement
List up to four school-related activities (including athletics, music, clubs or theatre) in which you have
participated during high school.
Activity                               Honors, Positions Held, Letters earned      Dates of Involvement       Hours per Month




Community Involvement
List up to four principal community activities in which you are or have been involved. Please provide a
name and phone number of someone we can contact to verify your involvement.

Activity                               Org. Contact               Positions Held       Dates of Involvement   Hours per Month




Employment
Beginning with your present or most recent job, list your last three paid work or business experiences.

Employer                               Position                                    Dates of Employment        Hours per Month




To what use have you put your earnings?



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Applicant’s Name:



Application Checklist
Did you remember to…
□   Complete and sign the application form?
□   Include 2 letters of reference?
□   Include an OFFICIAL copy of the required transcript including class rank and ACT scores (or GED
    certificate of completion)?
□   Include personal statement?
□   Include financial statements?
□   Remove staples from the application?
□   Include the original and five (5) copies (6 total) of your application, 2 letters of reference, and personal
statement?



Required Signatures
I certify the information provided in this application is, to the best of my knowledge, true and correct. I
certify that I am not related to any individual employed by the Community Foundation or anyone who sits
on the scholarship selection committees for the scholarships for which I am applying. I understand this
application is subject to verification by the Community Foundation at its discretion.

Signature of Applicant:                                                                   Date: ____/____/____


Notification will be mailed by April 2010 to the address provided. Awards will be sent directly to college
financial aid offices after the Community Foundation receives verification of admission and enrollment by
you or the school.




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                                                                                Detailed Scholarship Criteria
Marselino “Eddie” Aragon Dollars for Hispanic Scholars Fund
This Fund was established to recognize and support active Weld County Hispanic/Latino/a high school seniors who are pursuing a college
education.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: Active Hispanic/Latino/a high school seniors in Weld County.
College Enrollment: Must be accepted or pending acceptance into an accredited institution of higher learning.
Other Criteria: Must provide service to the Latino/Latina community.
Scholarship Amount: Varies (minimum $500)

Arts Alive! Scholarship Fund
This Fund was started in 2003 to celebrate those whose spirit is expressed through the arts and to nurture human creativity in Greeley.
Renewable: Must reapply each year.
Designated for: A first or second year student at Aims Community College OR a continuing student at the University of Northern Colorado OR a
graduate of any Greeley high school (public or private).
College Enrollment: Must attend Aims Community College or the University of Northern Colorado.
Specialized Study: Student must be admitted full-time to an arts degree program.
Scholarship Amount: $1,500

Sam Chuenchit Soccer Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established in 2008 in memory of Sumret “Sam” Chuenchit, a long-time soccer coach in Greeley.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: One female and one male graduating senior from Greeley Central, Greeley West or Northridge High Schools.
College Enrollment: Any accredited two- or four-year college or university.
Other Criteria: Must have participated soccer, display community involvement and commitment to academics.
Scholarship Amount: $1,000

Deason Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established through bequest gifts from William and Nelle Deason, long-time Fort Lupton residents and community members.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: A graduating senior from Fort Lupton High School.
College Enrollment: Any accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational school in Colorado.
Other Criteria: Must display community involvement and commitment to academics.
Scholarship Amount: $1,000

Fort Lupton Community/Floyd E. Acre Memorial Scholarship
This Fund was developed with memorial gifts from the family of Floyd E. Acre, a long-time Fort Lupton educator and administrator.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: A graduating senior from Fort Lupton High School.
College Enrollment: Any accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational school in Colorado.
Other Criteria: Must display community involvement and commitment to academics.
Scholarship Amount: $500-$1,000

Judd K. Fulton Memorial Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established in 2005 in memory of Judd K. Fulton, a 2003 Northridge High School graduate.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: One graduating senior from Northridge High School and one graduating senior from any of the Weld County School District Six
High Schools.
College Enrollment: Any accredited two- or four-year college or university.
Other Criteria: Must have earned at least one varsity letter in football, wrestling or track and field.
Scholarship Amount: $578

Mildred Hansen Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established when the late publisher of the Greeley Tribune, Mildred Hansen, left a bequest to the Greeley Area Foundation, which is
now the Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld County.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: Graduating seniors from Weld County School District Six high schools.
College Enrollment: Any accredited two- or four-year college or university in Colorado.
Minimum GPA: Must be ranked in the top 1/3 of graduating class.
Other Criteria: Must have demonstrated financial need, proven academic achievement and great potential for success.
Scholarship Amount: Tuition and fees up to $5,000.
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Leoma Hunter Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established by the late Leoma Hunter, a long-time supporter of youth and education.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: A graduating senior from each public high school located in Weld County or a home school graduate residing in Weld county
(excludes Greeley school district).
College Enrollment: Any accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational school.
Minimum GPA: 2.5.
Other Criteria: Must have demonstrated financial need, be a Weld County resident and reside in a Weld County public school district.
Scholarship Amount: $1,000

Alison Jo Jenkins Memorial Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established in memory of Alison Jo Jenkins, whose passion was helping others in their time of need.
Renewable: No
Designated for: Graduating seniors from any Weld County high school or GED students.
College Enrollment: Must attend Aims Community College and be enrolled in the Emergency Medical Services Department.
Minimum GPA: 3.0
Other Criteria: Student must have demonstrated financial need and be pursuing additional education in the Emergency Medical Technician field.
Scholarship Amount: $2,000

Kristopher G. Mansfield Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established in memory of SrA Kristopher G. Mansfield, 460th Space Communications Squadron, who was tragically killed by a drunk
driver.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: A graduating senior from Windsor High School.
College Enrollment: Any accredited trade school or two-year community college.
Minimum GPA: 2.0
Other Criteria: Must display community involvement and student leadership.
Scholarship Amount: $500

Carl Mason Family Agriculture Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established by the children of the late Carl and Mildred Mason who were farmers dedicated to promoting agriculture.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: A graduating senior from Fort Lupton High School.
College Enrollment: Any accredited two- or four-year college or university.
Specialized Study: Student must be pursuing a career in agriculture or a related field.
Scholarship Amount: $500

Dr. John A. and Patricia C. Rosales Memorial Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established to provide an opportunity to extend John and Pat’s deep rooted belief in the value of an education to others who may not
have the means to pursue their educational dreams.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: An incoming freshman, including non-traditional students that have graduated from a Greeley or Pueblo educational institution.
(e.g. public or private high schools, alternative high schools or G.E.D. programs.)
College Enrollment: Any accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational school.
Specialized Study: Student must be pursuing additional education in Education, the Arts or Religious areas of study.
Scholarship Amount: $500

The Highland Community/R. Lee and Rebecca Seward Education Fund and the G.E. Wood
Memorial Scholarship
This Fund was developed by Lee and Becky Seward to help those who might not otherwise pursue additional education or training as
encouragement or financial assistance.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: Graduates from Highland High School in Ault, Colorado.
College Enrollment: Any accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational school.
Other Criteria: Awards will be based on academic performance and test scores, financial need, school and community involvement and work
experience.
Scholarship Amount: $1,000




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Lynn Shipps Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established by Bob and Brandi Nauta to honor her grandfather who was a dedicated member of the Nunn Fire Protection District for
51 years.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: A graduating senior from any public high school in Weld County or a student enrolled in the EMT or Fire Sciences program at
Aims Community College.
College Enrollment: Any accredited two- or four-year college or university in Colorado.
Specialized Study: Student must be pursuing additional education in any emergency services program (excluding law enforcement, nursing and
first responder certification training).
Scholarship Amount: $500.

Marvin Stonemets Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established by Bob and Brandi Nauta to honor her grandfather who was a kind, gentle family man who dedicated his life to his farm
and family.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: A graduating senior from Eaton, Highland or Windsor High School.
College Enrollment: Any accredited Colorado two- or four-year college or university.
Specialized Study: Student must be pursuing additional education in any agricultural-based education program.
Scholarship Amount: $500

Weld County Builders Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established in 2001 by the Weld County Builders Association.
Renewable: Must reapply for subsequent awards.
Designated for: All undergraduate students are welcome to apply as well as graduating high school seniors and Colorado GED recipients as long
as they reside in Weld County.
College Enrollment: Any accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational school.
Specialized Study: Student must be pursuing additional education in the construction industry, including architecture, construction or engineering
(related to construction).
Scholarship Amount: $500

M.C. Widmaier Family Nursing Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established by William and Marylouise Widmaier in memory of Marion C. Widmaier (1906-1975) – a businessman in the Ault and
Eaton communities.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: A graduating senior from any public high school in Weld County.
Special Preference: Preference will be given to an Eaton or Highland High School student.
College Enrollment: Any accredited college or university in Colorado.
Specialized Study: Student must be pursuing additional education in nursing or a related field.
Scholarship Amount: $2,000

Winograd Family Fund Allied Health Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established by Florence Winograd to support students in health services fields.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: A graduating senior from any public high school in Greeley, Colorado.
College Enrollment: Any accredited public two- or four-year college or university.
Specialized Study: Student must be pursuing additional education in health services related field.
Scholarship Amount: $2,500

Woolf Scholarship Fund
This Fund was created by Amelia and Joseph Woolf and shepherded to the Community Foundation by Marvin Woolf, a grandson, in memory of his
grandparents.
Renewable: Must reapply each year.
Designated for: Graduating seniors from Weld County School District Six High Schools.
College Enrollment: Any accredited college, university or institution that offers instruction in the fine arts of music or ballet, or the graphic or
performing arts.
Specialized Study: Student must be pursuing additional education in the fine arts of music or ballet, or the graphic or performing arts.
Scholarship Amount: $2,500




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                                                                      Other Awards Available
                                                              NOT using Common Application

Peschel Memorial Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established in 2007 in memory of Klaus Peschel by friends and family members.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: A graduating senior from Valley High School who is pursuing additional education in an agriculture major.
College Enrollment: Any accredited two or four-year college or University.
Other Criteria: Must be a member of the Valley FFA Chapter and have completed the program of agricultural education at Valley High School.
Scholarship Amount: $1,000.
Application Information: The application is available in the counseling office at Valley High School or the Valley H.S. Ag-Ed Department and is
due by April 5th.

SasonsFund Scholarship Fund
This Fund was established by family members in 2007 after the tragic and accidental death of Sason Sharify, a respected high school math
teacher, athlete and coach.
Renewable: No.
Designated for: One student from Greeley Central High School, Greeley West High School and a third student from Wasson High School.
College Enrollment: Any accredited four-year University.
Minimum GPA: 3.0
Other Criteria: Must be active academically and athletically.
Scholarship Amount: $1,500.
Application Information: The application is available on the Community Foundation web-site or the counseling office at each of the three high
schools. Please check with the counseling office at each high school for the deadline submission date.

Winograd Family Fund Scholarships
These scholarships were established by Harold and Florence Winograd to honor a Greeley Central High School, Greeley West High School and
Northridge High School senior. It is the Winograd’s opportunity to give back to the Greeley schools for all they did for their four sons.
Renewable: Up to three additional years.
Designated for: One student from Greeley Central High School, Greeley West High School and a third student from Northridge High School.
College Enrollment: Any accredited Colorado two or four-year college or university.
Minimum GPA: Must be in upper 40% of graduating class.
Special Preference: All qualifications being equal, preference shall be given to a member of a minority group.
Scholarship Amount: $1,200.
Application Information: The application and deadline is available at the counseling office at each of the three high schools.




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