Throughout Middlesex College Foundation’s history, corporations, foundations, friends and alumni have generously supported our goals. Since its inception, the Middlesex College Foundation has distributed more than $16.5 million in scholarships, financial aid and grants through more than 16,500 awards. As a result of the financial support from generous donors, thousands of students have been given opportunities to work toward achieving their academic and career goals.
The ITServe Alliance-Hall Mark Global Technologies Inc Annual Scholarship was established in 2022 with an initial commitment of $ 5,000 from ITServe Alliance Member-HallMark Global Technologies Inc.
ITServe Alliance originated in to represent the collective interests of small & midsized IT Staffing/Services companies and has grown to over 1,400 companies employing 100,000 IT professionals. The Alliance has 19 chapter across 22 states and generates $10 billion in revenue. ITServe Alliance members are U.S. based businesses playing a vital role in the economic growth of our country. Member companies are the pillars of Information Technology industry serving both commercial and government sectors.
ITServe Alliance members are unwavering in their commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) to give back to local communities across the country. The ITServe CSR vision is “Empowerment local communities through Education and Training.” Implementing this vision, ITServe provides STEM scholarships to promising local high school and college students.
This scholarship can be used towards the tuition and fees. The scholarship is paid directly to the college tuition and no cash payment is made directly to the student.
Each scholarship will be awarded to one student with $2500 paid in the fall semester and $2500 paid in the spring semester. The ITServe Alliance-HallMark Global Technologies Inc scholar will be selected with preference given to:
- traditional full-time students (within one year of HS graduation);
- majoring in a STEM subject area, including engineering, computer science and technology, or math;
- minimum GPA of 3.0;
- student has demonstrated need and requires a FAFSA
- must be a US citizen
- cannot have carned a degree previously
Selection will be done using a rating system to determine the eligibility and a rating process to identify qualified candidate(s). The scholarship award is renewable to the recipient(s) during the following semester if the student continues to meet the criteria. If no candidate(s) can be identified who meets all criteria in a particular year, a scholarship award may be made to the student or students who most closely meet the eligibility criteria. Should a particular degree program be discontinued in the future, scholarships will be awarded to students in an active degree program which is most consistent with the donor’s original intent.
Annual scholarships will be awarded until donated funds are exhausted. Donors who have established named annual scholarships are encouraged to plan an annual commitment so the scholarship can continue to be awarded. One third of the average cost of tuition ($2,000) or greater is requested to ensure a significant impact on the student(s) who benefit.
Notes:You may choose to establish a named endowed scholarship in the future to insure a perpetual source of student scholarships in your name. A minimum gift commitment of $25,000 is required to establish a named endowed scholarship. Pledges to fulfill the gift commitment can be spread over a period of 3 to 5 years.