March 15, 2017

ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP BANQUET

COMTO Colorado offers a Scholarship Program which helps promote, strengthen and expand the roles of minorities in all aspects of transportation. In order to provide these opportunities and meet our goals, COMTO Colorado relies primarily on funds raised through its annual Scholarship Awards event donations, Sponsorships and annual Golf Tournament. Through these efforts we award thousands of dollars annually in local scholarships to minority high school graduates who are pursuing higher education in the transportation industry.

Interested sponsors feel free to contact us.

2018 COMTO Colorado Scholarship Winners

COMTO Colorado Scholarship Winners (High School)

Jessica Moran – Phil Washington Pinnacle Award for Distinguished Leadership 

Myles Pace – Pathfinder Scholarship

Jonathan Matoke – Role Model Scholarship

Mia Serrano – Bridging the Gap 

COMTO Colorado Repeat Scholarship Winners (College/University)

Niat Geberkidane – University of Colorado Boulder– Civil Engineering

Victor Gonzalez – University of Colorado Boulder – Architecture

 

Your donation is tax deductible since COMTO is a Not for Profit 501(c) 3. This is a great opportunity to promote your products and services to current and potential customers, support the youth of the local community and help a student secure a great education!

COMTO’s Scholarship Program supports our strategic goals to ensure the continuing legacy of minorities in transportation.

 

COMTO Colorado 2018 Scholarship Recipients

 

2017 COMTO Colorado Scholarship Winners

COMTO Colorado Scholarship Winners (High School)

Niat Geberkidane – Phil Washington Pinnacle Award for Distinguished Leadership – University of Colorado Boulder – Mechanical Engineering

Keita Aylesworth – Colorado School of Mines – Civil Engineering

Geordan Baker – Florida A&M University – Business

Caroline Jeffords – Colorado School of Mines – Civil Engineering

COMTO Colorado Repeat Scholarship Winners (College/University)

Casandra Diaz de Leon – University of Colorado Denver – Architecture

Javier Hollines – University of Colorado Boulder – Civil Engineering

Lamar Lee, Jr. – Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis – Engineering


Your donation is tax deductible since COMTO is a Not for Profit 501(c) 3. This is a great opportunity to promote your products and services to current and potential customers, support the youth of the local community and help a student secure a great education!

COMTO’s Scholarship Program supports our strategic goals to ensure the continuing legacy of minorities in transportation.

COMTO Colorado Annual Scholarship Banquet 2017