The Chubb Foundation International Scholarships are awarded to high-achieving children and grandchildren of Chubb employees who will attend a college or university outside the United States.
Scholarship funds can be applied toward full-time college or university studies in a two-year associate’s degree or four-year bachelor’s degree program, or its non-United States equivalent.
Scholarships range from $1,000 to $6,000 per year (averaging $3,500 per year), and continue, up to a maximum of four years, until the first college or university degree requirements are completed (the scholarships are awarded for the first degree only). The actual amount of the award is based on financial need.
Each year, in addition to his/her Chubb Foundation grant, a scholarship recipient will receive The Hendon Chubb Scholarship, named after the former Chubb director, chairman of the Chubb Foundation, and grandson of the founder of the Foundation. This one-time award of $1,000 is in recognition of outstanding community service.