2022 City of Cambridge Scholarship Recipients Honored

2022 City of Cambridge Scholarship Recipients and City Officials
The City of Cambridge honored the recipients of the 2022 City of Cambridge Scholarship during a special ceremony on June 6, 2022.

This year, the city awarded 81 scholarships of $3,000 each for a total $243,000 to Cambridge high school seniors and others pursuing higher education. Since the program’s inception in 1993, the city has awarded 1,269 scholarships totaling over $3.1 million.

"I know how expensive higher education has become, and I hope that today’s scholarship will make a difference," said Cambridge City Manager Louis A. DePasquale. "I am proud that so many residents and businesses make generous contributions to our Scholarship fund. It speaks volumes about our community, and these donations make this program possible. When you complete your higher education, I hope you will seriously consider returning to Cambridge to work for one of the amazing companies located here…or better yet, you will consider working for the City of Cambridge or the Cambridge Public Schools."

Congratulations to the 2022 City of Cambridge Scholarship recipients:
Alem Abraham; Keyah Adamson; Humaira Africawala; Sebelewongeal Alemayehu; Zineb Allou; Faria Amin; Christopher Ashih; Ruta Assefa; Fanuel Ayele; Viviany Barbosa Brito; Viktorija Barone; Oaisharja Barua; Shanira Begum; Sarah Berhanu; Sharon Bosco; Aya Boulouah; Jenny Cho; Hafeza Chowdhury; Kimberly Crow; Esther Cull-Kahn; Sujsri Das; Dachenie Ganthier; Yuni Gerzon; Jameer Gomez-Santos; Amber Gonsalves; Ladan Hassan; Jeffrey Herman; Michael Herrick; Bethel Hineshim; Ilinca Hirtopanu; Herani Hiruy; Aliki Hollister; Imran Hussain; Iman Ibrahim; Amelie Jamanka; Lisa Jones; Jessica Josinvil; Tahmid Khan; Anais Killian; Kathleen-Neelam Kumar; Matthias Lamb; Mikaela Lavandero; Mingyu Lian; Isabella Lozada; Lwam Mahari; Anwesha Maity; Julian Massari; Sherley Maurice; Brian McCarthy; Tiana Melendez; Valeria Mendez Ochoa; Halima Mohamed Farah; Jordan Morales; Sadiah Mussarrat; Anoosha Nadeem; Silas Nahan; William Parker; Markisha Pelissier; Zuleka Queen-Postell; Zineb Rahmoune; Samuel Reisfeld; Nathaniel Saint Fort; Md Sakib; Taylor Scantlebury; Olivia Scott; Aarmin Shaikh; Aaliya Shaikh; Lidya Shewarega; Abyan Shire; Noe Shoor; Umna Soleman; Kaliab Tale; Dagimawi Tamrat; Salam Tesfaye; Max Thomsen; Raheem Uddin; Nuriel Vera-Degraff; Claire Wang; Tiaja Williams; Horus Williams; and Mastewal Yaze.

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2022 City of Cambridge Scholarship recipients and City officials. Photo by Jonas Feit.
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