Philanthropist Scott Reiman supports several educational organizations in Denver. A contributor to the Graland Country Day School and member of the University of Denver Board of Trustees, Scott Reiman serves on the Advisory Council for the Denver Scholarship Foundation as well.
The Denver Scholarship Foundation operates largely through the assistance of volunteers, who have collectively donated more than 14,000 hours in various roles, depending on interests and prior experience, since the foundation’s establishment. At the foundation’s Future Centers, volunteers work directly with high school students as they write college application essays and prepare for college interviews. Students additionally rely on volunteers for assistance with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Volunteers also contact potential donors, participate in community outreach efforts, and take on other projects.
To begin volunteering with the Denver Scholarship Foundation, complete an application online at www.denverscholarship.org and plan to attend an upcoming new volunteer orientation. Interested parties can also learn more about specific opportunities at the website.