FMC Ice Sports Skaters Scholarship

The FMC Skaters Scholarship program was developed in 1993 to provide financial assistance to ice sports participants and recreational ice skaters that demonstrate personal excellence on and off the ice. The scholarships are awarded to ice hockey, figure skating and recreational skating participants in June of each year. All applicants must be New England residents and skate at FMC arenas.


Over the past 20 years, FMC has awarded over $340,000 in educational scholarships to 380 high school graduates seeking to further their education. Scholarship winners are selected by a review committee and are based upon the applicant’s academic performance, involvement in extracurricular and community activities, as well as their accomplishments and leadership on the ice.

The scholarship program is an extension of FMC’s commitment to the communities we serve. Our mission is to help young student athletes achieve the very best from themselves on and off the ice. Keeping the participation cost as affordable as possible, offering quality programs that focus on development and helping in some small way to defray the cost of higher education, are just some of the ways toward that goal.

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