Saugus, MA – Saugusbank (www.saugusbank.com) recently awarded two $750 scholarships to North Shore Community College students pursuing an academic study program in Accounting. This year’s recipients, Musa S. Jallow of Danvers and Narine Musaelyan of Swampscott, were recognized at the North Shore Community College Foundation’s Annual Awards Breakfast, held at Danversport Yacht Club on May 17th.
Saugusbank, Senior Vice President and North Shore Community College Trustee, Joanne Fortunato explained
“The bank is so proud to be a part of this event — it’s hard not to be inspired by the effort and commitment that these students put forth. With many overcoming a variety of challenges and hardships, we’re thrilled to be able to assist financially.”
Overall, 181 NSCC students were awarded scholarships this year totaling $147,000. The North Shore Community College Foundation administers more than 80 named and corporate scholarship funds.
Saugusbank is an independent community bank with approximately $200 million in assets. Founded in 1911, the organization operates out of three convenient branches and a loan production facility, all located in Saugus. Saugusbank offers a wide variety of loan and deposit products that cater to the individual and business needs of the community. In addition to its chartered mission, the bank is also an active supporter of philanthropic ventures throughout the area.
About the North Shore Community College Foundation
The NSCC Foundation, Inc. was established in 1985 to build necessary endowment through private fund-raising to ensure quality and accessible education for students. The mission of the Foundation is to raise funds for technical assistance, facilities, cultural and educational programs, and to provide direct financial assistance through scholarships to academically distinguished NSCC students.
Saugusbank Senior Vice President, Joanne Fortunato presents North Shore Community College Student, Musa S. Jallow one of the bank's scholarships at the recent Foundation Breakfast.< Back to list