Margaret Addis Memorial Scholar Program

The Margaret Addis Memorial Scholar Program fund enables secondary school counselors from underrepresented areas to attend our Annual Meeting and Conference. "Underrepresented Areas" are defined as rural or urban secondary schools, EOP/TRIO programs, agencies and community/technical colleges in New England. To qualify, candidates should work in settings adversely impacted by budget cuts or limitations, and as such, cannot afford the cost of NEACAC membership or attendance to the Annual Meeting and Conference. It is a primary goal of NEACAC and the IDEA Committee to find ways of providing access to professional development opportunities and the Margaret Addis Memorial Scholarship assists in this effort. 

The 2019 Annual Meeting & Conference will be held at The University of Rhode Island between May 29-31

The next application for the Margaret Addis Scholarship will be available in November and due by March 1. Decisions will be released in late March 2019. 

2018 RECIPIENTS 

 First Name Last Name Organization State
Jesse Blackburn Bowdoin College Upward Bound  ME
Nada Bourji Stoughton High School  MA
Naomi Brown-Jones Urban Scholars Programs at the University of Massachusetts Boston MA
Kiera Christian Newport Middle School NH
Mairsa DeCollibus Brown College Advising Corps for Rogers High School  RI
Hayley Emery Newport Middle School NH
Christopher Evans Stoughton High School MA
Beth Fullerton Quinsigamond Community College  MA
Asim Kaban Ace It Education  MA
Marisa Krebs JM Wright Technical High School  CT
Matthew Lee-Masiello Malden Catholic High School  MA
Helene Mourneu Global Communications Academy  CT
Katie Morrison Educational Talent Search, UNH NH
Eric Ouellette Massabesic High School ME
Zahayra Razo Thomas College ME
Matthew Rosen Naugatuck High School CT
Amy Scully Hampshire Regional High School MA
Jessica Slater Newington High School CT

 

 Previous Margaret Addis Memorial Award Scholars are listed here.