Youth Grants «The Copper Mountain Foundation»


Secondary (K – 12th)

Available to students participating in academic or career and technical educational activities, including but not limited to SAT/ACT Preparation Courses and tutoring services.
· Youth Grant up to $250 per academic year.
High School Completion or General Equivalency Diplomas
Available to students enrolled in an accredited Adult Basic Education (ABE) programs that lead to a GED, or High School Completion Programs that lead to a high school diploma for young adults under 20 years old.
· Actual cost, not to exceed $1000 per calendar year.


Applications must be submitted to the Copper Mountain Foundation before the deadline to be considered for funding. Complete applications include all required documentation as outlined in this policy as well as on the application. No award will be processed until all required documentation has been received.
· Before start of program or activity

Secondary Check Disbursement

Scholarship checks are issued to the school or institution on behalf of the student. Any scholarship funds remaining after tuition, books, and fees have been paid will be issued to the student from the school for associated living and educational costs while attending school.


Funding for subsequent terms will not be issued until student submits an unofficial transcript showing successful completion of previous term’s course work, and a class schedule (to include credit hours) for the following term. Upon receipt of completed application a check will be issued to the school.


By accepting scholarship funding the student agrees to successfully complete all courses/vocational/certificate program requirements for which funding is provided. Successful completion is defined by maintaining a cumulative and current GPA of 2.0 for undergraduate students, a cumulative and current GPA of 3.0 for graduate students, or a passing grade as define by the vocational or technical program. Students must also maintain the level of credits or courses enrolled for at the beginning of the funding period. Failure to meet this obligation will place the recipient’s scholarship on hold for the next funding period. If these terms are not met while on the probationary period, funding for the next period will not be granted until terms have been met.