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Norwalk High School Scholarship Selection Committee

The recipient is selected by a scholarship selection committee based on submitted applications and a personal interview process. The scholarship selection committee is chaired by Gregory D. Calnon, the 1997 Norwalk High School scholarship recipient, a 2001 graduate of Notre Dame, and currently a Managing Director at Goldman, Sachs & Co in New York City.

The other members of the selection committee are:
  • Jay Hariton, retired Social Studies teacher at Norwalk High School and former faculty advisor for the Kevin M. Eidt chapter of the National Honor Society
  • Alyxie Harrick, 2008 Norwalk High School scholarship recipient, a 2012 graduate of Georgetown, and currently Senior Consultant, Corporate Strategy with Deloitte
  • Mr. Kyle Seaburg, Social Studies teacher at Norwalk High School
  • Ellen Story, a 1988 Norwalk High School graduate and currently Director of Management Development at Stew Leonard's
  • Dr. Daniel Sullivan, Chair of the Guidance Department at Norwalk High School
  • Four representatives of the Eidt family
Each of the committee members has an equal vote in the scholarship selection process

2017 Selection committee from L-R: Dan Sullivan, Greg Calnon, Kyle Seaburg, Helen Eidt, Grace Bradley (2017 recipient) Christian Eidt, Chris Eidt, Carolyn Strazza, Ellen Story.

Annual Award

Since this scholarship is specifically designed to recognize demonstrated achievements in as many of the specific areas in which Kevin participated and excelled, financial need is not a factor in the selection process. The Fund reserves the right not to make an award in any year if the qualifications of the applicants are judged not to be consistent with the purpose and intent of this scholarship award. In the event no award is made in a given year, the amount which would have been awarded, will be used to supplement the level of future scholarship awards over the following four years.

Latest News

2018 Dinner Dance

The 19th Annual Kevin M Eidt Memorial Dinner Dance and Scholarship Presentation will be held Saturday, April 7, 2018 at the Shore and Country Club in Norwalk, CT. Tickets for the event and sponsorship opportunities are now available on our Event Page.

Alyxie Harrick Joins Selection Committee

The Board of Directors is pleased to announce Alyxie Harrick, 2008 recipient of Kevin's Norwalk High scholarship, has joined the Scholarship Selection Committee beginning with the 2018 award. Alyxie is a 2012 graduate of Georgetown University, and currently a Senior Consultant, Corporate Strategy with Deloitte in New York City.

2017 Scholarships Awards

The Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Kevin's Fund will be offering $129,000 in scholarships for 2018, bringing the total value of scholarships awarded to $2M since the Fund's inception in 1997. Please read our Thanksgiving update letter for more details.

2017 Annual Report Letter

Read The Fund's annual update letter reviewing a remarkable year of success and support.

Boston College CSOM Honors Program

Congratulations to Hannah Say, BC '18, the 2017 recipient of the $18,000 CSOM Honors Program Scholarship. She was recognized at the year end Honors Program Banquet at Boston College on April 27, 2017.

Kevin Eidt Emerging Leaders Award

Congratulations to Joan Kennedy BC '20, who was named the recipient of Kevin Eidt Memorial Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) Scholarship at Boston College on April 11, 2017. ELP is one of the great programs for BC freshman and the Fund is honored to be associated with it's highest participant award.

2017 Scholarship Recipient Announced

Congratulations to Grace Bradley, the 2017 recipient of $100,000 Kevin M. Eidt Memorial Scholarship for the most outstanding senior at Norwalk High School. She was recognized at the annual Dinner Dance benefit held in Norwalk on Saturday April 8, 2017. Ava will be attending Furman University in the fall.

Grace Bradley

Scholarship Fund Accomplishments as of June 30, 2017
Funding as % of Contributions99.4%