As a Stryker scholarship recipient, you will participate in a year-long program of personal support and leadership development.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS and APPLICATION PROCEDURE
- Identify as an underrepresented woman on campus (including, but not limited to: age, ethnicity, race, first generation in college, has dependents, undocumented status)
- Admission to the University of Northern Colorado; enrolled in a degree seeking program as a full-time student
- Completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) preferably by the March 1 priority deadline (if applicable)
- Invitations to apply from the Stryker Institute are sent out in late May. All applicants will undergo a selection process and be notified of their acceptance status before the next academic year.
If you would like to be added to our 2015-2016 Scholarship interest list, please fill out this survey.
Fall and Spring Retreats: leadership foundation workshops and team-building exercises
- Social Justice and Identity workshops: participating in discussions about oppression, privilege, race, class, gender, sexuality, and activism
- Leadership Development Seminars: workshop curriculum is based on Kouzes and Posner: The Student Leadership Challenge: The Five Practices for Exemplary Leaders and Tom Rath: Strengths Finder 2.0
- Community Engagement: participation in the Stryker Institute Sisters (SIS) program, in which we partner with the Greeley Dream Team to mentor youth from local middle schools
- Special Guests: Outstanding leaders who make a difference share their stories