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New England Employee Benefits Council Scholarship

NEEBC's Scholarship Program was established to further the aims of the Council to advance the knowledge and education of individuals in the employee benefits field, or those aspiring to careers in employee benefits. Careers in employee benefits include but are not limited to, careers in the actuarial sciences; ERISA and legal aspects of employee benefits; careers in pension design and planning; work and family issues; and careers in corporate employee benefits design, analysis and management.


In order to be eligible, a student must be a full-time college student (undergraduate or graduate) studying in an accredited academic program leading to a degree, residing either in New England, or enrolled in a college in New England. The student must also demonstrate an interest in a career in the employee benefits field through either course of study or work experience.

The NEEBC Scholarship Program provides for annual awards scholarships of up to $5,000, supplementing other formal programs but will not exceed the annual tuition fee and on-campus room and board charges.

The awards will be renewed annually, upon submission of supporting documentation, for the amount of time normally required to earn a degree, but in no instance will exceed four years.

Current NEEBC Board members, their spouses and children are not eligible to participate. For more information, please visit our website.

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