Middlesex Federal Awards $5,000 in Scholarships to Somerville High School Student

Middlesex Federal recently awarded $5,000 in scholarship funds to Somerville High School students.  These funds include a new $1,000 scholarship that was designated to students participating in the Career & Technical Education (CTE) Program.

Currently, the Somerville High School CTE program offers twelve educational pathways with plans to add three more including HVAC, Plumbing, and Barbering.  “We have more than 150-local business partners, including Middlesex Federal.  We are extremely grateful and appreciative for all of their support,” stated Leo G. DeSimone Jr., Somerville High School Associate Headmaster and Director of Career and Technical Education.

The six Somerville High School students that received a 2018 Middlesex Federal Scholarship have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership skills, and community spirit.  These students and the colleges that they have been accepted at and plan to attend are Oijin Chau (Tufts University); Lizbeth Figueroa (Boston College); Guerline Jean-Francois (Newbury College); Hugo Menjivar (UMass Boston); Nicholas Ragusa (Tufts University); and Sajha El Saudi (U Mass Boston).

A full-service community bank headquartered in Davis Square, Somerville, Middlesex Federal has catered to the needs of the local community for more than 125 years.  Giving to local charities and supporting community organizations through sponsorship and employee volunteering, Middlesex Federal is dedicated to serving the neighborhoods where their customers live and work.  Middlesex Federal can be found in Davis, Teele, and Medford Squares by bike, bus, T, car; online at MiddlesexFederal.com; or on the phone by calling 617-666-4700.

Bottom Photo:Somerville High School Career & Technical Education Program Recipients of a Middlesex Federal 2018 Scholarship.  Pictured left to right:   Guerline Jean-Francois and Hugo Menjivar.

Top Photo:Somerville High School Recipients of a Middlesex Federal 2018 Scholarship.  Pictured left to right:  Nicolas Ragusa, Sajha El Saudi, Oijin Chau, and Lizbeth Figueroa

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