In addition to the scholarships available through our online system, explore the opportunities listed below:
The Cox Volunteers Development Fund allows Cox employees to develop their professional skills while benefitting the community. It was established in honor of Ivan Johnson, former Cox Communications VP of Public Affairs. During Johnson’s 32 years of leadership in Arizona’s telecommunications industry, he inspired, worked with and mentored aspiring leaders and was a leader among the community. Under Ivan’s direction, the Arizona Cox Charities program was established in 1996 followed by the Cox Volunteers program in 2006, thus solidifying Cox’s commitment to community. A strong supporter of continuous education at every level, this Cox SW Region fund carries on that legacy.
The Navajo Youth Achievement Award
supports Navajo youth that are seeking to participate in an extra-curricular activity that has a fee, program expense, or travel costs. This is not a college scholarship.
The International Caterers Association Educational Foundation Scholarships make it possible for qualified individuals including owners, managers and employees of member firms, to attend designated educational conferences in connection with the International Caterers Association. The Art of Catering Food Conference, the next such conference, is scheduled for August 4 through 6, 2014, in Atlanta.
The Mary Crafts / Culinary Crafts Scholarship was created by Mary Crafts, the owner of Culinary Crafts Catering in Salt Lake City, Utah, for professionals who want to take their business to the next level. This scholarship includes tuition to both The Art of Catering Food and the Catersource conference in Las Vegas. It also offers one-on-one mentoring for four days at Culinary Crafts, including airfare and accommodations.