The Boulder Chapter is proud to announce the launching of the Boulder Chapter Scholarship Endowment Fund. Awarded annually, these scholarships assist outstanding local area high school students enrolled at The University of Colorado selected in accordance with established merit-based and/or need-based criteria.
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The Boulder Forever Buffs Alumni Chapter and The CU Advocates program in the Office of the President invite you to get the scoop on CU. We are hosting programs on matters involving CU where you’ll gain insight that you can share with others. Supplied with good information, you can help tell the CU story, promote the university across the state and raise awareness of challenges facing higher education in Colorado.
Benoit Gorgemans is currently a senior at Boulder High School, and will graduate in May 2017. His favorite academic subject is history, and on his free time he enjoys looking at maps, run- ning and biking on local trails, participating in outdoor volun- teer activities, and spending time with family and friends. At the University of Colorado-Boulder, he plans on majoring in Finance at the Leeds School of Business, participating in the Presidents’ Leadership Class (PLC) and will likely be a member of the Naval ROTC unit.
Isabella Martinez is currently nishing her senior year at Boulder High School and is ecstatic to be attending the University of Colorado at Boulder in the fall of 2017. Throughout her high school career, Isabella has contrib- uted tremendously to the Boulder community. She volunteered as Communications Director for a section of the Boulder Creek Festival, as well as obtained a grant from the Youth Opportunities Advisory Board to hold a poetry read- ing honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. Ms. Martinez invited the community to her event by distributing pamphlets and advertising for performers in local newspapers. Isabella’s dedication paid off when the venue, the Laughing Goat Coffee Shop, reached maximum capacity. During her sophomore year in high school, Isabella Marti- nez won a grant from Awesome Boulder to write and pub- lish her book,“Petals of Poetry” (written with renowned poet, Jack Collom). It is currently for sale at Boulder Bookstore and other vendors, including the Trident.
The board consists of a president, vice president/treasurer, and secretary. The board shall not exceed nine (9) members or seat less than one (1) member at any time. The committee shall not exceed twenty-five (25) members.
President – Bill Goldstein (Endowment Committee)
VP / Treasurer – Orland Varela (Endowment Committee)
Secretary – Andrew North (Scholarship Committee)
Mark Chance (Email Coordinator / Scholarship Committee)
Scott Clingan (Endowment Committee)
Beth Dobos (Web Content Manager)
Stephen Hatfield (Holiday Party Chair)
Vanessa Lopez (Scholarship Committee)
Camdria Low (Social Media)
Bruce Manchon (Scholarship Committee)
Scott Steinbrecher (Scholarship Committee)
Teddy Vardell (Athletic Events)
Interested in joining the Chapter Board and getting involved? For more information please contact:
The purpose of the chapter is to provide charitable financial contributions for the benefit of the University of Colorado. We encourage CU Alumni to support our charitable efforts through financial contributions and participation in social networking and philanthropic events.
Membership is open to all of those alumni of the University of Colorado who reside in the Front Range area of Colorado.