The Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group (RMOUG) is committed to supporting others in their pursuit of technical knowledge.  Since 2001, the RMOUG Scholarship Fund has provided funds to encourage future IT professionals in their efforts to broaden their knowledge.  RMOUG currently offers two scholarships to college students pursuing degrees in IT.

Stan Yellot Scholarship

"We can never replace all the great things you do.. but we will help carry on all the things you started" - George T.

In 2007, RMOUG voted to rename its scholarship fund to rename the scholarship fund to honor the memory of Stan Yellott.  A long-time member of RMOUG, Stand supported the user community by serving on the Board with a focus on expanding educational opportunities.  Stan took this commitment beyond colleagues by including high school and college students; the next generation of IT professionals.

Scholarship Details

Women in Technology (WIT) Scholarship

"Dreams do come true, but not without the help of others, a good education, a strong work ethic, and the courage to lean in." - Ursula Burns, CEO of Xerox

In 2015, the RMOUG Board of Directors established an annual "Women in Technology" scholarship to encourage women who are pursuing degrees in Information Technology, an industry in which they are currently underrepresented.  Our hope is that by providing encouragement and assistance to these women, they will pursue Information Technology careers and become leaders in our industry.

Scholarship Details

Scholarships are awarded to students interested in pursuing studies related to Information Technology. By contributing to the Scholarship Fund, you are joining with RMOUG and the Oracle User Community to assist deserving students to achieve their IT educational goals.

To contribute to our scholarship fund, please contact Peggy King
or write
RMOUG % Peggy King
P.O. Box 10142
Scottsdale, AZ

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 a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation in Colorado

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