Over $740,000 was distributed among 400+ students this year. Learn more about their backgrounds, what they’re studying, and what their goals are in this year’s Scholarship Yearbook!”
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If you would like a copy of our 2022 scholarship yearbook, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to send a copy via mail.
Thanks to the generosity of people like you, our scholarship program continues to grow, each year helping more and more students realize their college dreams.
Since the program's founding in 1978...
- 140 funds have been created
- Over 9,000 awards have been distributed
- More than $14 million granted
“Your contribution will help me strive to challenge myself, in becoming a better person for my community, and this is not my journey alone; it is OUR journey.” - 2022 Scholarship Recipient
For current high school seniors, one application opens the door to more than 130 unique scholarship opportunities.
Our 2022 Recipients
View a list of all the scholarship recipients. Please note that we have notified students by email of their renewal request outcome; awards will be mailed directly to the college listed on the verification form by the end of July.
Start a Scholarship Fund Today
Generous individuals, families and organizations have used the Foundation to manage their charitable giving through a named fund.
Our Scholarship Funds
The generosity of individuals, families, businesses, and communities is helping students pursue their dreams of higher education. Our directory lists the scholarship funds held by the Foundation'
“I’m grateful to my community for its support as I pursue a career in STEM, a historically male-dominated field. Leonard Leamy recognized the importance of mathematics, the language of science. I hope to use my education to change society for the better.” - Lois Divoll
Contact Jacob Vazquez
Philanthropy Officer, Scholarships
Investing in Leaders
"As investments by members of the Greater Worcester community, Foundation scholarships provide multiple benefits," says Barry Maloney, president of Worcester State University. "Each is a huge endorsement, a statement that the community believes this young person's future is a worthwhile investment. This boost in confidence, as well as dollars to offset college costs, can bolster a student's resolve to attend or complete college." Worcester State University reports an overall graduation rate of 60 percent. But for students with scholarships, the gradation rate is nearly 100 percent. "Many of our graduates return to live and work in our community. We need these educated problem-solvers to lead us in building on the gains we've experienced in Worcester County.