Named Endowment Scholarship Funds

G. Jason Conway Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of beloved faculty member Jason Conway, this scholarship is awarded to students who have financial need, show academic promise, and have a propensity for self-directed learning.

Jennifer Frey Memorial Scholarship
In memory of Jennifer Frey, longtime student, lifelong learner, and CCV graduate, this scholarship supports students with a special learning need or who are studying to serve those with special needs.

Joseph and Dale Boutin Scholarship
Joseph “Joe” Boutin, retired President and CEO of Merchants Bank established this endowed scholarship fund to provide need-based scholarships for CCV students. In his 39 year career, Joe was a leader in the banking industry in Vermont and nationally, and has also served on several non-profit boards including the Vermont Student Assistance Fund (VSAC).

Karen Raylene Clark Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship fund was created in memory of longtime CCV-Brattleboro Academic Coordinator Karen Clark, who passed away in December 2015.  It was established to honor Karen’s  passion for helping students persist in their studies, complete their degrees, and reach their career goals.

Leah M. Kalb Memorial Scholarship
One of CCV’s largest named endowments, the scholarship supports female students enrolled in business programs. Established in memory of former CCV President Kenneth Kalb’s wife, Leah.

The Urban and Pauline Bergeron Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a Chittenden County student who demonstrates financial need, has good academic standing at CCV, and has lived in Vermont for 10 years or more.

 

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