In The Community

Local Interests

Our people are passionate about the local community and all it has to offer. You can often find us working with local organizations, participating in community events, or supporting causes we care about around town. Our firm was founded on a desire to improve the world around us and that mission continues to fuel what we do in the office and in the city

FOCRLS Scholarship

CambridgeSeven is proud to partner with the Friends of Cambridge Ridge and Latin School in providing an annual STEAM Scholarship Program for students at CRLS, just down the road from our office. This program grants a $5,000 scholarship to a deserving senior pursuing a college education in one of the STEAM fields: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics. To qualify for this scholarship, the student must be the first in his or her family to attend a 4-year college, a full-time student working towards an undergraduate degree at an accredited college or university and committed to excel in one of the STEAM fields. We are dedicated to investing in local emerging professionals and are honored to assist these students in their educational careers.

2021 Greggy Bazile

2020 Jaadyyah Shearrion

2019 Sagyan Aryal

2018 Soliana Yebio

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