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Delia & John W. Haefeli Opportunity Fund

The purpose of the Delia & John W. Haefeli Opportunity Fund is to provide additional resources to help students reach academic goals, grow personally, and/or support professional and/or career goals. Students may apply for up to $500 to help offset costs with things such as college/career certification fees, career pathways materials, internet access, athletics and extracurriculars, and other unforeseen costs that students may incur throughout the year.

*NOTE: If the need is greater than $500, please contact the Success Foundation.

The Success Foundation will distribute funds through the school where student(s) are attending.

**This application MUST be completed by a District 6 student or student group. Applications submitted by a teacher of guardian will not be considered.

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RLH Engineering Scholarship

The Success Foundation is excited to offer the RLH Engineering Scholarship to District 6 Students! The application will be open from February 18 to April 15 2022. If you have any questions, please contact us.


  • Must be a senior in Greeley-Evans School District 6, graduating Spring, 2022

  • Available to students pursuing a degree from a 4-year college or university, or a 2-year college, starting Fall, 2022

  • Eligible fields of study include: Architecture, Engineering (civil, electrical, environmental, or mechanical), Construction Management, or Landscape Architecture

  • Must display a commitment to academics and community involvement

Scholarship Details

  • One $1,000 scholarship will be awarded

  • Scholarship funds will be paid directly to the awardees college or university at the beginning of the second semester of postsecondary enrollment upon proof that awardee has achieved a GPA of 2.8 or higher during the first semester in eligible field of study

  • Scholarship funds may be used for educational costs including tuition, fees, and books

  • Student must be enrolled full-time to receive award

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