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ASU Nina Mason Pulliam Legacy Scholars Accepting Fall 2019 Applications

| January 29, 2019
ASU Nina Mason Pulliam Legacy Scholars Accepting Fall 2019 Applications

The Nina Scholars program at Arizona State University is now accepting applications for students admitted for the fall 2019 semester. The program dedicated to providing educational opportunities for individuals who would not normally receive traditional academic scholarships and whose personal commitments and financial circumstances would preclude their attendance without substantial, long-term scholarship support.

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NAU Summer Bug Camp Scholarships available

| March 10, 2018
NAU Summer Bug Camp Scholarships available

NAU’s Merriam Powell Center presents a Summer Bug Camp each summer, which is a hands-on summer camp that seeks introduce 6- to 10-year olds to the wonders of science through the fascinating of lives of insects. Campers learn about insect natural history and biodiversity through a series of projects and activities. Children have the opportunity to handle like insects, collect insects, create their own insect collection and make insect cuisine. Parents will be invited to an insect banquet and open house on the last day of camp.

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CCC&Y’s Williams Child Abuse Council Awarded its First Scholarship!

| May 22, 2017
CCC&Y’s Williams Child Abuse Council Awarded its First Scholarship!

CCC&Y’s Williams Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Council has awarded its first $500.00 scholarship to Jordan Jones. Jordan aspires to be a pediatric nurse in the future. She wrote her winning essay about how abuse can negatively impact a child’s life, as well as different methods that can be used and should be implemented to reduce child abuse.

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Summer Bug Camp at NAU Opens Window into Fascinating World of Science

| April 29, 2017
Summer Bug Camp at NAU Opens Window into Fascinating World of Science

Parents of children looking for summer activities that will engage their child in the fascinating world of science may want to consider enrolling their 6- to 10-year old in Northern Arizona University’s popular Summer Bug Camp.

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First Things First College Scholarship

| December 6, 2015
First Things First College Scholarship

The First Things First College Scholarship provides the early childhood workforce working directly with or on behalf of young children birth through age five access to education and training to achieve degrees, credentials and specialized skills to promote children’s development. As the Spring 2016 semester approaches, it is time to begin the process of applying for the FTF Scholarship.

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Baby & Toddler Yoga Teacher Training Scholarship Application

| December 4, 2015
Baby & Toddler Yoga Teacher Training Scholarship Application

A limited number of scholarships are available through a Coconino Community Initiative grant from the Coconino County Board of Supervisors. We will determine the scholarship amounts based on the number of applications we receive. If selected, you would not pay more than half the registration fee ($180).

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona Provides Essential Program Funding to Coconino County in Ongoing Effort to Improve Arizonans Health

| November 19, 2014
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona Provides Essential Program Funding to Coconino County in Ongoing Effort to Improve Arizonans Health

According to the Department of Health Services, Arizona ranks 15th in the nation for childhood obesity. In an ongoing effort to provide Arizona’s youth with a healthier future, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona (BCBSAZ) has partnered with the Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth (CCC&Y), in honor of its 75th anniversary statewide outreach campaign, […]

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