Lique Scholarship
Picture of Vincent LiqueVincent J. Lique
Executive Director, 1982-2006


On March 20, 2006, Vince Lique passed away. His loss was felt deeply throughout the Agency, as well as throughout the Greater Lynn community and regional elder and human service agencies with which he had worked closely during his 35-year career. In his memory, the Lique Human Services Scholarship was created to commemorate both his passion for helping others and his belief that all people be treated with dignity and respect.

"Vince's legacy is firmly rooted in his compassion for people. He measured success by the quality of his service to and advocacy for others. I believe in Vince's theory that one's individual success is directly related to the benefits received by those around us," said GLSS' current executive director, Paul Crowley. "The Lique Human Services Scholarship looks to honor the man and his service by encouraging others to do the same. We challenge you to succeed."

The Lique Human Services Scholarship will be awarded to two seniors who attend one of the seven high schools located in GLSS' service area of Lynn, Lynnfield, Nahant, Saugus, and Swampscott.

Application forms are available through each school's Guidance Office usually starting in January of each year and are due sometime in April. When they are available, please make sure that you click on the application for your city or town, as the submission guidelines vary according to location. Also, we strongly encourage all applicants to use the worksheet provided to ensure all required documents have been submitted.