Chubb’s support helps to open doors of opportunity for women and men, children and adults, to reach their full potential. Our educational philanthropy is also one of the tangible ways we advance our commitment to support racial diversity and inclusion in the broader community, our industry and our own workforce.
Education opens pathways of opportunity for individuals to reach their full potential. Educated citizens and an educated workforce are also essential for the social development and economic growth of communities and nations. The Chubb Charitable Foundation’s commitment to higher education is realized through a series of scholarship programs that benefit students with financial need, including people of color.
Chubb is helping to support the expansion of educational opportunities around the world through its support of Teach for All, a global network of more than 40 independent, locally led and governed partner organizations that enlists promising leaders to teach in economically disadvantaged, high-need communities for two years, and, in the long-term, drive systemic changes in their community.
Chubb understands that the dynamic social and economic roles that insurers play — assuming risk from individuals and businesses and pooling capital for long-term investments and infrastructure development — helps drive growth and opportunity. Because the insurance industry offers exceptional career opportunities, and also requires talented, capable and educated people to do this work, the Chubb Charitable Foundation funds scholarship programs that prepare students for employment in our industry. The students we support are talented, diverse and have a demonstrated need for financial support.
As part of Chubb’s commitment to continuing education, the company offers scholarship programs for the children and the grandchildren of Chubb employees and retirees. The Chubb Scholarship programs select recipients based on financial need, academic achievement and involvement in extracurricular activities. These programs help families offset of portion of the escalating costs of higher education.
Chubb Worldwide Scholarship Program
Developed in 2012 to help families offset a portion of the escalating costs of higher education for undergraduate university studies. To date, Chubb has awarded scholarships to more than 130 children or dependents of employees in 21 countries.
Chubb Foundation Scholarship Program
Formed in 1953 to provide educational scholarships for the children and grandchildren of Chubb’s employees and retirees. Recipients are selected based on academic achievement, involvement in extracurricular activities and financial need.