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  • Steven Cutter Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Student

    From Foundation for Seacoast Health

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    The Steven Scott Cutter scholarship was established by the Board of Trustees in 1999 in memory of Steven, son of Nancy L. Cutter, retired Foundation for Seacoast Health Administration Executive. Steven was a 1989 graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas High School and a 1994 graduate of the University of Connecticut College of Pharmacy.

    In keeping with the mission of the organization to invest its resources to improve the health and well-being of Seacoast residents, candidates must be pursuing an undergraduate degree in a health-related field of study.


    • Undergraduate student pursuing a career in Health
    • Resident in one of the nine towns (Portsmouth, North Hampton, Greenland, Rye, Newington, New Castle, New Hampshire; or Kittery, Eliot, or York, Maine) in the Foundation area for a minimum of two years 
    • Demonstrate outstanding academic achievement and personal accomplishments. Selection is based on:
      • academic excellence
      • financial need
      • statements of support
      • work experience in the health field
      • community involvement
      • personal essay
      • personal goals
      • choice of career area

    Scholarship Amount


    • State Maine, New Hampshire
    • Deadline 05/01/2021
    • Amount $5,000
    • Requirements Undergraduate, Essay, Recommendations, References, Transcript, Financial Need, US Citizenship
    • Contact Foundation For Seacoast Health
      100 Campus Drive, Suite 1
      Portsmouth, NH 03801
      email: ffsh@communitycampus.org
    • Scholarship Application

    Edited by sirI
    update 3/11/21

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