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Spectrum Scholars

Spectrum Scholars is an educational program for eligible rising juniors with financial need who identify as Asian/Pacific Islander, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino or Native American. Charter is collaborating with national nonprofit organizations to provide a structured, two-year program that will award 20 students $20,000 total, half during their junior year and the other half during their senior year.

Spectrum Scholars
Community Impact

Charter Welcomes Inaugural Class of Spectrum Scholars

Charter has announced the winners of its Spectrum Scholars program, a new, two-year educational and mentorship initiative 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.

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Program Details

Charter Launches Spectrum Scholars, Awarding $400,000 in Scholarships to Eligible College Students

Charter and its nonprofit partners will award each student $20,000 in scholarships, a professional career mentor and the potential for future opportunities with Charter.

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Our Program Partners

Learn more about the Spectrum Scholars program by clicking on the links below. You will be leaving Charter’s site to visit websites operated by our nonprofit partners in this initiative.