Forms & Deadlines
Learn more about available Broomfield Community Foundation scholarships and how to apply.
Below are the current scholarship application deadlines. Please check back for updates.
March 2019 Deadline
Kim Wilkerson Memorial Scholarship
George DiCiero Scholarship
BROOMFIELD COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ACCEPTING SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS
The Broomfield Community Foundation is accepting applications for the following three scholarships:
George Di Ciero Scholarship—This scholarship, established to honor Mr. Di Ciero’s long and dedicated service as Broomfield’s City Manager, is awarded to a high school senior who is pursuing a course of study that will prepare him/her for a public service position. To be eligible, the student must have resided within the city limits of Broomfield for a minimum of 3 years prior to high school graduation; must be a candidate for high school graduation in the spring of 2019; must be accepted and enroll at any Colorado college or university; and must demonstrate a strong interest in a career in public service. It is desirable that the applicant participated in activities that would be considered community service.
The Di Ciero scholarship is up to $5,000 for an academic year and is renewable for up to four years, upon certified proof of a 3.0 GPA and successful completion of the past year’s full time course work. Applications are available at the Broomfield Community Foundation office, P.O. Box 2040, Broomfield, CO 80038 (physical location is 26 Garden Center, Suite 2 in Broomfield) or on the Foundation web site: www.broomfieldfoundation.org. Applications are also available in the counseling offices of Broomfield High School, Legacy High School, and Holy Family High School. Completed applications and supporting materials must be received by the Broomfield Community Foundation by mail or electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 5 pm on March 8, 2019 to be considered.
Kim Wilkerson Memorial Scholarship—This scholarship, in memory of Kim Wilkerson, a former Broomfield High School math teacher, is awarded to a Broomfield High School student who has demonstrated desire and persistence in learning math, at any level, throughout their high school years. Candidates for this scholarship do not have to show intent to continue in the field of math in post graduate study, but must attend an institution of higher learning. Forms are available in the Broomfield High School counseling office and on the Foundation web site: www.broomfieldfoundation.org. Completed applications must be submitted to the Broomfield High School counseling office by March 8, 2019. This is a one-time $1000 scholarship.
Cody Steven Oser Legacy Scholarship— This scholarship, in memory of Cody Steven Oser, an incredible 24-year old Broomfield High School and Colorado State University graduate, is awarded to a CSU Junior or Senior Engineering student. The purpose of the scholarship is to help like-minded engineering students attending CSU to pursue their dreams. Cody’s extraordinary engineering skills allowed him to be noticed as a volunteer because he dedicated his life to working with impoverished communities around the world to find solutions to their technological needs.
The amount of the scholarship is $10,000, and the scholarship payment is sent directly to Colorado State University, applied to the recipient’s account for tuition purposes. Applications are available at the Broomfield Community Foundation office, P.O. Box 2040, Broomfield, CO 80038 (physical location is 26 Garden Center, Suite 2 in Broomfield) or on the Foundation web site: www.broomfieldfoundation.org. Completed applications and supporting materials must be received by the Broomfield Community Foundation by mail or electronically to email@example.com no later than 5 pm on March 15, 2019 to be considered.