09/28/18 (Denver, CO) – RMICC announces the list of recipients for the 2018 American Indian Achievement Awards Scholarships. Special thanks to all students that took time to apply. The scholarship selection committee faced a genuine challenge, as all applicants were truly deserving of the honor and recognition.
Stay tuned for additional announcements of recipients, as CIEF will release their list of recipients next week.
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.
Milender White Construction Scholarship – Raelene Woody Navajo Psychology University of Denver
Milender White Construction Scholarship – Joaquin Gallegos Jicarilla Apache Nation/Pueblo of Santa Ana Juris Doctor University of Denver Sturm College of Law
Milender White Construction Scholarship – Brandon Tabaha Navajo Electrical Engineering University of Colorado Denver
Lloyd Running Bear Scholarship (Dr. Ursula RunningBear sponsored) – Autumn Tsosie Navajo Biological Sciences University of Northern Colorado
Xcel Energy Scholarship – Colten Fredericks Three Affiliated Tribes International Affairs, pre-Law University of Colorado Boulder
Kaiser Permanente Scholarship – Roselyn Small Navajo Masters in Counseling in Mental Health Adams State University
The Fort/Tesoro Foundation Scholarship – Sage Lewis-Wilde Muscogee Creek Nation Pre-Med Community College of Aurora
Native American Bank – Joshua Emerson Dine’ (Navajo) Economics Fort Lewis College
Colorado Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Scholarship – Halle Sago Zuni Pueblo and Mescalero Apache ENVD/ Architecture University of Colorado at Boulder
DMNS Scholarship Recipient – Liliana Castrellon Brule Lakota (Lower Brule) and Hunkpati Dakota (Crow Creek) Physics (with concentration in astrophysics) University of Denver
DMNS Scholarship Recipient – Cassidy Kramer Alaska Native Health Sciences Colorado Christian University
DMNS Scholarship Recipient – Donovan David Navajo Biology University of Colorado Denver