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Spectrum Scholars

Spectrum Scholars is an educational program for eligible rising college juniors with financial need who identify as Asian/Pacific Islander, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino or Native American. The annual scholarship program awards 20 college students $20,000 each, half during their junior year and half during their senior year.

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Charter Announces 2022 Spectrum Scholars

Charter has announced the 2022 class of Spectrum Scholars. Each college student will receive a $20,000 scholarship, a professional Charter mentor, and the opportunity for an internship at one of the company’s corporate campuses in Stamford, Charlotte, St. Louis or Denver.

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Charter Doubles Investment in Spectrum Scholars

Charter Communications has doubled its investment in Spectrum Scholars, the company’s college scholarship program for underrepresented students with financial need. Beginning with the 2022-2023 academic year, Charter will award scholarships to a new class of 20 rising college juniors annually instead of biennially, for a $400,000 total yearly commitment.

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An Investment in Our Future

The 2020 class of Spectrum Scholars has a lot to be proud of. In addition to receiving a $20,000 scholarship, select Scholars in this inaugural class have been given the opportunity to participate in an internship with the company. Come see what this opportunity means for these students through the eyes of three Scholars Interns.

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Charter Welcomes Inaugural Class of Spectrum Scholars

Charter has announced the winners of its Spectrum Scholars program for 2020. The annual educational and mentorship initiative is for underrepresented college students with financial need. The program is in keeping with Charter’s ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion and service of local communities.