The Silvermine Community Association is proud to continue our 50-year tradition of supporting community students. In 2020, we’re delighted to announce that our scholarship recipient is Trisha N. Mhatre of Wilton.
A graduate of Wilton High School, Trisha will be attending the D’Amore McKim School of Business at Northeastern University in Boston, MA.
While at Wilton High, Trisha was on the honor roll or high honor roll all four years. She was a member of the National Honor Society and Captain of Wilton High’s debate team. She promises to actively promote gender equality at Northeastern and beyond.
Please join us in congratulating this fine young scholar and wishing her every success as she starts her college career.
A Long Tradition of Giving
The Silvermine Community Association has been awarding scholarships to community residents for 60 years. More than 300 high-school seniors have been helped on their way to higher education through this unique neighborhood program.
In past years, the individual scholarship awards have ranged from $250 to $3,000. Each year, based on the number of applicants and their qualifications, the number of scholarship recipients varies. Generally there are between three and six recipients.
Contribute to the Silvermine Scholarship Fund
The Silvermine Community Association has been awarding scholarships to resident high-school seniors for more than 50 years. The scholarship is funded through events like the Spring Pancake Breakfast as well as corporate and individual donations. In 2016, we were proud to award 5 scholarships to help deserving young men and women with some of their college costs. Please become part of this wonderful Silvermine tradition and make a contribution today. All donations are tax deductible. Thank you!Donate to the Scholarship Fund