Siena Gibson, 3rd Grade, Aspen Country Day School
Winner of the 2009 Student Literary Awards

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Volunteer at programs, in the office, or for a special project or event. You can attend a soiree, a Humanities gathering, or make a tax-deductible donation to help Colorado Humanities grow our outreach efforts and continue to offer and expand our quality programming.

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We regularly post employment and internship opportunities. Our e-newsletter is a good way to stay informed.

Each year Colorado Humanities reaches approximately 200,000 people in 30 counties in Colorado. Your DONATION can make a difference.

For All Inquiring Minds/General Public
Black History Live
Chautauqua Overview
Colorado Book Awards
High Plains Chautauqua
Two Rivers Chautauqua

For Community Organizations/Partner Agencies
Chautauqua Overview
Host a Black History Live Program
Host a Speakers Bureau Program
Host Motheread/Fatheread®
Young Chautauqua

For Educators
Hinono 'Eiteen: The Arapaho Through History
The Cheyenne Way: The History and Culture of the So Taaeo'o Naa Tsetsestakese

Chautauqua Overview
Motheread/Fatheread®
Picturing America
Professional Development Opportunities for Educators
Letters About Literature
River of Words
Writers in the Schools
Yes or No: How Do You Choose?
Young Chautauqua

For Parents
Motheread/Fatheread®

For Publishers
Colorado Book Awards

For Scholars
Chautauqua Overview

Speakers Bureau

For Students
Chautauqua Overview
Letters About Literature
River of Words
Writers in the Schools
Young Chautauqua

For Writers
Colorado Book Awards
Writers in the Schools