COSI provides events throughout the year to engage with grantees, provide learning opportunities, and time for connecting and building your COSI network
The COSI team will offer five regional meetings throughout the state. This year we will also provide support in completing the CPP and MSS applications.
- September 16, 2019-Adams State University
- September 24, 2019-Front Range Community College, Westminster
- September 26, 2019-Colorado Mountain College, Rifle
- October 8, 2019-Colorado State University-Ft. Collins
- October 9, 2019-Mile High United Way
Please direct questions to your COSI point of contact or firstname.lastname@example.org
|8:30 - 9:00am||Check-In|
|9:00am - 12:30pm||Regional Meeting
|12:30 - 3:00pm||CPP and MSS Application Workshops
The workshops will be held at the same time. If you would like support on both applications, we encourage you to bring along another staff member or to attend more than one workshop date.
If you are also attending the Regional Meeting, please only register once
Interested organizations and current grantees are encouraged to attend
Bring your laptop!
Light snacks will be provided, feel free to bring your lunch
Professional Development Opportunities
National Scholarship Providers Association Conference - October 2019
Click HERE for information
About the NSPA Conference
NSPA’s Annual Conference is a convergence of our profession: the intersection of diverse organizations in the scholarship industry, including foundations, public charities, educational institutions, and corporations. This event unites nearly 600 attendees from across North America, U.S. Territories, and beyond for two and a half days of learning, networking, and sharing. This year's Conference theme is:
Making an Impact! Funding, Supporting, & Connecting Students through Scholarships
This year, our Conference focus is on IMPACT and will feature sessions on program models that make an impact not only on the lives of scholarship recipients, but also on local communities and society as a whole. We would like to explore how we, as scholarship providers, can make the most impact by funding, supporting, and connecting students through our programs.
How do we measure our impact and what outcomes are we striving to achieve?
Our scholarship community has an opportunity to change the world, one student at a time. We already make an impact by providing financial assistance through scholarships, as well as support services for college access and completion.
Can we do more?
This year, we will explore the ways to permanently connect our scholars to each other, to our organizations, to careers, and to service. Let's leverage our relationships to build stronger communities and increase exponentially our impact on society. Join us October 1-3 in Minneapolis to learn how you can making an impact on access to higher education, getting students through college, and connecting students to opportunities for social change and individual success after graduation.