Jim Guy Memorial Scholarship Program

Making a Difference

The Jim Guy Memorial Scholarship Program awards two $1,000 educational scholarships; with one awarded to the child of a Cambridge independent financial professional, and one awarded to a Cambridge associate or the child, grandchild, spouse, or immediate family member of a Cambridge associate. This program reflects Cambridge’s purpose of making a difference in the lives of our financial professionals, their clients, and our associates. It also celebrates the academic achievements of our extended Cambridge family, and honors the legacy of our dear friend and colleague, Jim Guy. 

Jim joined Cambridge’s executive group in 1999, and continued leading his independent practice while providing senior executive leadership for Cambridge’s recruiting and marketing. He was instrumental in the early development of Cambridge’s fee-based programs, and he also focused on supporting and improving the independent financial professional’s business through practice management coaching, marketing initiatives, and product services.

Application Deadline: February 8, 2023

Minimum Qualifications to be Considered

Applicants need to meet the following minimum qualifications to be considered:

  • Enrollment in an undergraduate program in the upcoming academic year
  • The applicant or the applicant’s parent, grandparent, guardian, or immediate family member must be formally connected with Cambridge on or before the application deadline
  • Field of study focused in finance, business, journalism, marketing, or related field
  • Grade point average of 2.5 or better
  • ACT score of 18 or better and/or SAT score of 870 or better
  • Provide documentation of ACT and/or SAT score
  • Provide a copy of the applicants most recent transcript(s)

Applicant Selection Criteria

Applicants will be selected based on the following criteria:

Scholastic achievement (high school or college GPA) 40% weighting
Scholastic achievement (ACT/SAT score) 30% weighting
Extracurricular school/community involvement 30% weighting