Financial support for scholarships is one of the most direct and tangible ways that donors make a difference. Two scholarship funds are supported through individual, corporate and foundation support.
Education is an expensive investment. Because North Bennet Street School is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges, students are eligible for federal and state financial aid including Pell Grants and subsidized loans. To help meet the gap between financial aid and tuition and to ensure that everyone has equal access to the unique education at North Bennet Street School, the school is committed to building and maintaining robust scholarship funds.
Through the generous support of donors, more than $300,000 in scholarship grants have been awarded to students enrolled in the 2014-2015 school year.
President's scholarship fund
Current use scholarship assistance for today.
Gifts to the President's Scholarship Fund are used to make scholarship grants to incoming students for the following year. One hundred percent of the value of the gift is given to students who meet the scholarship criteria. Current use scholarship gifts may be directed to a particular program – or the choice of program may be left up to the discretion of the School. Gifts to a current use scholarship fund can be made through the online donation form or by contacting Christine Murphy, Director of Development, at 617-277-0155 x170 / email@example.com.
The Walter McDonald Scholarship Fund – An Endowed Fund
Scholarship assistance for today and for the future
- Walter McDonald
The Walter McDonald Scholarship Fund was established in June 2007. The Fund is named after North Bennet Street School’s long-time Associate Director, Walter McDonald, who served the school for 35 years during the school’s transformation from a local trade school into an accredited and internationally-recognized school of fine craftsmanship and traditional trades.
In the time since the Fund was launched in 2007, the school has raised over $700,000 including a significant matching gift from a generous anonymous foundation. Today the Fund stands at over $1.2 million.
Gifts to the Walter McDonald Scholarship Fund can be made on the school’s website via the online donation form or by contacting Christine Murphy, Director of Development, at 617-277-0155 x170 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applying for Scholarship Assistance
Current and new students are encouraged to apply for scholarship assistance by completing the NBSS financial aid form and the online FAFSA form. Information and forms are online, or by contacting Director of Financial Aid Jamie Dergay by telephone at 617-227-0155 or by email at email@example.com.