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10/02/18 (Denver, CO) - The Colorado Indian Education Foundation (CIEF) announces the list of scholarship recipients, to be awarded at the American Indian Achievement Awards.  Each year, Coloradans help support this program by donating a minimum of $25.  Donors are recognized via the American Indian Scholars Plates.

If you want to support the program, visit to start the donation process.    

We hope you join us at the 2018 American Indian Achievement Awards, Saturday October 27 at Denver Marriott Tech Center to honor the recipients, Veterans, and additional Business Awards.  

2018 CIEF Scholarship Recipients:

Rebecca Plumage (Assiniboine) Law  - The University of Denver Sturm College of Law
Queana Maher (Standing Rock Sioux Tribe) Nursing  - University of Colorado Denver
Tyrone Smith (Navajo) Applied Computer Technology - Colorado State University

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