Kids’ Chance of Kansas is a 501c organization with the mission to provide educational scholarships to the children of Kansas workers who have been catastrophically or fatally injured in work-related accidents. If you know a parent or guardian of a child who may qualify, please share the website, where they can apply for a scholarship for post-secondary education at a university, college or technical school.
The Planning for the Future initiative is administered by the Kids’ Chance of America and designed to reach potential scholarship applicants, specifically those who are not yet of college age. Kids’ Chance collects and maintains contact information for identified students and communicates with them when the time comes to start considering higher education. If you know a parent or guardian of a child who may qualify, even if their college-age years are far away, Click here to submit information for potential scholarship opportunities. At Kids’ Chance of America, when the time is right, they will share the information with the appropriate Kids’ Chance state organization to begin the scholarship application process for the applicant to be considered for Kids’ Chance support.
You may follow Kids’ Chance of Kansas on LinkedIn for up to date scholarship recipient stories, fundraising events and more.
If you have any questions, are interested in volunteering and would like to speak with a Kids’ Chance of Kansas Board member please email.
An overview of the Kansas Micro-Internship Program administered by the Kansas Board of Regents and sponsored by the Kansas Department of Commerce and the DeBruce Foundation. This session is intended for Kansas Companies and Organizations.
- This program is part of the Kansas Board of Regents’ “Building a Future” strategic plan and the Kansas Department of Commerce’s aim to “connect businesses, job seekers, educational institutions and training providers to ensure the state’s workforce is equipped to meet industry needs and to help create economic success for Kansas residents and businesses.
- Through this program, Kansas-based companies and nonprofit organizations that select a student who is currently enrolled in a Kansas public two-year college or four-year university is eligible to receive a 50% matching micro-grant up to $250 per project (for a maximum of two projects).
- About Micro-Internships
- Can Micro-Intern Help
- KS Micro-Internship Program Employer Guide
- Date: Tuesday evenings; Feb 4, 2020 – Apr 28, 2020.
- Cost: $614.00 per student + $550.00 (tax included) for 2020 SHRM Learning System
- Details: 5:30pm – 8:30pm, 3 hours
- Location: Butler CC – Andover
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