Join Gov. John Hickenlooper, Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne, and dozens of elected officials and community and business leaders from throughout Colorado to participate in visioning workshops and educational programs related to climate preparedness and clean energy development in Colorado.
The Colorado Communities Symposium, Jan. 31-Feb. 2, 2018, will feature a series of plenary sessions, breakout tracks with interactive scenario planning sessions, training events and roundtable discussions, tabletop exhibition, post-conference workshops and meetings, networking events, and an awards dinner.
Scholarship recipients are expected to attend the entirety of the Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 programming. Feb. 2 activities are included but not required.
Eligible costs include registration, housing, meals, and travel. The deadline to apply is Dec. 15.
To apply, submit the online application form by clicking on the "Submit a Scholarship Application" button on the event's website. Applicants will be asked to provide contact information and details on current professional role, responsibilities, and related accomplishments; answers to three questions about organizational and personal objectives related to the symposium; and resume or link to your LinkedIn profile.
The review committee will be selecting individuals with financial need whom they believe are most likely to contribute to the executive committee’s objectives for the symposium. The committee seeks candidates who are eager to engage openly and plan to apply efforts toward implementing climate preparedness and clean energy actions in their communities. Underserved communities and minority individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.