Berkshire Bank Foundation, Inc., one of the charitable arms of Berkshire Bank, sponsors the Berkshire Bank Foundation Scholarship Awards Program. Under the program scholarships will be awarded to seniors attending a high school in a city or town of Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut and Vermont served by Berkshire Bank or where the bank has a presence. Children of bank employees are eligible to apply and should contact the Foundation directly for more information.
Berkshire County, MA: Scholarships are available in Berkshire County for seniors attending any high school in Berkshire County.
Pioneer Valley, MA, Central/Eastern, MA, Greater Hartford, CT: Scholarships available in the Pioneer Valley, MA, Central, MA, Eastern, MA, and Greater Hartford, CT for seniors attending high school in a city or town served by Berkshire Bank.
New York: Scholarships are available in the Capital District of New York and Central New York for seniors attending high school in a city or town served by Berkshire Bank.
Vermont: Scholarships are available in Vermont for seniors attending high schools in a city or town served by Berkshire Bank.
Program Guidelines & Priorities:
* Seeking graduating seniors with a record of volunteerism in the community in non-school sponsored activities and participation in extracurricular school activities.
* Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0; a total family annual income under $75,000, and plan to attend a 2 or 4 year college or technical school.
Thank you for applying for the 2013 Berkshire Bank Foundation Scholarship Awards. Applications were due on March 27, 2013. Program Guidelines and details on the 2014 Scholarship Program will be available in January 2014.
Please submit questions via email to email@example.com. In subject line, please state – scholarship question. Thank you!
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