Cambridge Announces Jim Guy Memorial Scholarships
Posted: 04/02/2014 9:02PM
FAIRFIELD, Iowa - Cambridge Investment Research, Inc. (Cambridge) announced the new Jim Guy Memorial Scholarship program designed to award at least two annual $1,000 scholarships with one focused on the son or daughter of a Cambridge employee and a second focused on the son or daughter of an independent Cambridge advisor. Applications will be accepted through April 30, 2014 with the scholarship funding intended for the summer or fall terms later this year.
“I look forward to the exciting careers that will be launched in years to come as we continue to honor Jim”
“Cambridge is proud to honor our dear colleague and friend, Jim Guy, with these two annual scholarships,” said Cambridge’s president, Amy Webber. “In addition to his success as an independent advisor and one of our firm’s executive leaders, Jim was a passionate mentor and coach to many employees and advisors. These annual scholarships extend his legacy to touch young people as they begin their career paths.”
Cambridge’s Jim Guy Memorial Scholarship program is now open and accepting applications through the end of this month of April. Applicants must be the daughter or son of a Cambridge employee or advisor with selection based on the following criteria and weighting factors:
• Scholastic Achievement: High School GPA (40%)
• Scholastic Achievement: ACT/SAT Score (30%)
• Extra-Curricular Involvement (30%)
Completed applications should be returned to Cambridge for the attention of the firm’s Corporate Relations Committee. Application forms are available through Cambridge by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or through the Greater Jefferson County Foundation. Qualified applications will be considered immediately following the close of the application process in May with the intent for funding to be announced on or around May 15th with funding provided to the applicable college, university, or technical school for the summer or fall terms following the application process. Preference among annual applicants may be given to fields of study focused on journalism or finance or woodworking in keeping with Jim Guy’s academic background, profession, and personal interests. The applicant’s parent must be formally associated with Cambridge as an employee or advisor as of April 30th of the application year.
“Jim poured his heart and soul into Cambridge’s culture, values, and independence,” said Eric Schwartz, Cambridge’s Chairman and CEO. “Many of us with Cambridge are fortunate to have great memories and learnings from years of Jim’s counsel, and these scholarships allow us to both appreciate our friend and share his passion for learning.”