James Downton Community Leadership Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2004 by Timothy and Linda Stancliffe to support the INVST Community Leadership Program and to recognize the contributions of James Downton, former Department of Sociology chair, to the INVST Community Leadership Program and to the community. Downton co-founded the INVST Program in 1990 to help train students for community service work. He also served as faculty director and an advisor to the program for six years. He was instrumental in the growth and success of the program. It is Tim’s and Linda’s wish to provide tuition support to students enrolled in the two-year INVST program in the School of Education. Eligible students must be Colorado residents, enrolled in the INVST program, committed to community service, and hold a minimum GPA of 2.5. To submit an application to INVST and for more information please visit: www.colorado.edu/invst/

Schools, Colleges, Departments
School of Education
Supplemental Questions
  1. Have you submitted an application to the INVST Community Studies program?