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Offered by Pinnacol Foundation
Are you the child of a worker who was left injured or killed in a work-related accident while working for a Colorado-based employer? If so, you may qualify for the Pinnacol Foundation Scholarship. The scholarship is open to the children of workers who were left disabled or killed in a work-related accident while working under a Colorado-based employer. Applicants must also be currently enrolled in or planning to attend a postsecondary institution.
Offered by the Pinnacol Foundation, the scholarship works to support students pursue their academic goals. They are dedicated to ensuring that the children of workers who were injured or killed on the job have the opportunity to pursue their desired education. Thus, every year, recipients of the scholarship earn up to $4,700 to cover the costs of attending school. If this sounds like a fitting opportunity for you, look into applying! Keep in mind that the scholarship cycle runs from November 1st to February 15th of each year.
The scholarship is open to the children of workers who were injured or killed in a compensable work-related accident during the course and scope of employment with a Colorado-based employer. Applicants must also be between the ages of 16 and 25, pursuing a postsecondary degree, and meet the below eligibility requirements.
High School Seniors & College Students
Applicants must submit an online application, a completed FAFSA form, documentation of their parent's workplace injury, and the below application materials.
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