Each Spring, the Cambridge Savings Charitable Foundation awards educational scholarships to public high school students, focused on two areas: secondary education and music education.
Our scholarships are named in honor of two of our retired CEO’s: Kevin J. Fitzgerald and Robert M. Wilson. Mr. Fitzgerald began working for the Bank while in college through a cooperative education program and started his full-time banking career upon graduation and spent his entire career at Cambridge Savings Bank. The scholarships in Mr. Fitzgerald’s name are for secondary education in all areas of study. Mr. Wilson joined Cambridge Savings Bank in 1995 and moved into the CEO position in 2006. The scholarship in Mr. Wilsons name is for graduating high school seniors moving on to secondary education with a focus on music.
To be eligible, students must attend public high school in Cambridge, Acton-Boxborough, Arlington, Bedford, Belmont, Burlington, Concord-Carlisle, Lexington, Newton, Somerville and Watertown, including Minuteman Regional High School and Shawsheen Valley Technical High School.
For more information about the program and to receive an application, please contact the guidance office of any of the public high schools listed above.