This is a great question! Thanks for asking!
You said the word "grant" -- but if it's alright with you, I'm going to take that to mean, "Any money that I can get for college that I don't have to pay back." That can include grants, scholarships, and fellowships.
There are so many! One place to look is professional societies. For example:
The American Association of University Woman offers a curated website of local US scholarships that you can find near you. Check it out at:
https://www.aauw.org/what-we-do/educational-funding-and-awards/local-scholarships/. It looks like their Aurora, CO chapter offers an undergraduate scholarship. Here's a link! https://aurora-co.aauw.net/scholarship/
If you are looking at a particular kind of major, choose the professional society that matches your major of interest. For example the Association for Women in Math offers a curated page of resources for undergraduates at: https://awm-math.org/resources/undergraduates/.
Tanya recommends the following next steps:
- There's a really amazing list of funding opportunities at: http://www.grantsforwomen.org/p/opportunities-grants-for-women-ab.html. Find some that describe you and your interests and apply!