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STEM Scholarships

The Unitil Scholarship Fund celebrates some of our community's brightest students in STEM.

We are happy to announce that we are again offering STEM-related scholarships for local high school students. Six high school seniors from our service territories in New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts who are pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, or math, will each receive $5,000 for their first year of undergraduate study.

The Unitil Scholarship Fund application window for the 2024-2025 academic year has since closed and we are reviewing all of the applications we received. All current applicants can expect to be notified of selection in May.

Please check back here on this page for the latest scholarship information as it becomes available.

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Find our 2023 winners below

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Unitil Scholarship Fund Guidelines

The Unitil Scholarship Fund joins the existing Peter J. Stulgis Scholarship Fund for students from St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Dover, NH.

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Scholarship Winners

We are very proud to announce the 2023 recipients of the Unitil Scholarship Fund. The Unitil Scholarship Fund was established in 2011 to support students who demonstrate exceptional potential for careers in STEM. This year marks over $390,000 given to students in our local communities. The students plan on pursuing degrees in STEM (science, technology, engineering, or math) and will use the scholarship for their first year of undergraduate study.

The 2023 student winners are:

  • Grace Qui of Concord, New Hampshire, a graduate of Concord High School. Grace plans to study Data Science at Wellesley College.
  • Theo Grandmaison of Somersworth, New Hampshire, a graduate of Somersworth High School. Theo plans to study Mathematics at Gordon College.
  • Cassidy Walton of Lunenburg, Massachusetts, a graduate of Lunenburg High School. Cassidy plans to study Biology at San Diego State University.
  • Matthew Ryan of Somersworth, New Hampshire, a graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas High School. Matthew plans to study Bioengineering at University of New Hampshire.
  • Grace Bergeon of Kennebunk, Maine, a graduate of Kennebunk High School. Grace plans to study Computer Science at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

As part of the program, a sixth student who is the daughter of a Unitil employee will receive a scholarship. Hazel Cormier of Braintree, Massachusetts is a graduate of Archbishop Williams High School. She plans to study Nursing at Regis College. Congratulations to all of our winners! We wish you the best of luck in this year’s studies!