Current Scholarship Recipients

LAEF Announces New Scholars Recipients
Adam Carranco, Colorado School of Mines, Northglenn, CO
Alayna Edwards, Western Governors University, Cedaredge, CO
Alondra Hernandez, University of Colorado-Denver, Aurora, CO
Brionna Huertas, Pueblo Community College, Pueblo, CO
Dalila Rodriguez, Colorado State University-Ft. Collins, Wheat Ridge, CO
Elsie Vazquez, University of Northern Colorado, Hotchkiss, CO
Emily Montes-Ramos, Colorado State University-Ft. Collins, Denver, CO
Eric Gutierrez-Camacho, Colorado State University-Ft. Collins, Montrose, CO
Jacqueline Valenzuela, Colorado State University-Ft. Collins, Holyoke, CO
Jazmin Martinez-Miranda, Metropolitan State University of Denver, Arvada, CO
Jimena Becerra, University of Colorado-Boulder, Aurora, CO
Juan Carlos Ramirez Valdivia, Colorado State University-Ft. Collins, Commerce City, CO
Judit Tijero, Metropolitan State University of Denver, Denver, CO
Luis Vargas, University of Colorado-Denver, Aurora, CO
Marianay Robles, University of Colorado-Denver, Denver, CO
Mariano Guerrero, University of Colorado-Boulder, Denver, CO
Marina Banuelos Villagrana, University of Colorado-Denver, Denver, CO
Melissa Diaz, Colorado School of Mines, Westminster, CO
Nancy Urrutia Perez, Community College of Aurora, Aurora, CO
Natalie Calderon-Diaz, Community College of Denver, Lochbuie, CO
Richard Morales-Villalva, Colorado State University-Ft. Collins, Denver, CO
Roman Garcia-Martinez, University of California-Berkeley, Longmont, CO
Sandra Hernandez Gonzalez, Adams State University, Rocky Ford, CO
Thalia Rodriguez, Metropolitan State University of Denver, Thornton, CO
LAEF is excited to announce our 2020-2021 LAEF Scholarship Recipients. LAEF is providing scholarship funds to more than 100 students, including first-time scholarships to 24 incoming freshman and upper-class students, as well as 77 renewing scholarship recipients. LAEF is proud to support Colorado's best and brightest scholars.
 
Our new freshman scholarship recipients have an average GPA of 3.9,
and 100% are first-generation college students.
 
The COVID pandemic has created significant economic hardships for our students. Our students need financial support more than ever. In response, this year LAEF took bold action and decided to increase our scholarship award amounts. LAEF is committed to providing the necessary resources for our students, ensuring that our scholars have the financial support to continue their education and earn their degree.
 
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