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The Samuel Lemberg Scholarship Loan Fund provides special no-interest scholarships-loans to Jewish men and women pursuing any undergraduate, graduate, or professional degree. Recipients assume a moral obligation to repay their loans within ten years after the completion of their studies. No web site could be found. Applications, accompanied by all academic transcripts and letters of recommendation should be sent to Lemberg Scholarship-Loan Fund; 60 East 42nd St. Suite 1814; New York, NY 10165, by April 1. CALIFORNIA:
The Jewish Free Loan Association
provides loans for Jewish undergraduate students of up to $2,500 per year; Jewish graduate students are eligible for loans of up to $3,000 per year. Student loans are renewable on an annual basis. Students must be permanent residents of Southern California and enrolled full-time with a GPA over 2.5 and two co-signers. Monthly loan payments are reduced while students are in school, increasing three months after graduation. FLORIDA, GEORGIA, NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, and VIRGINIAThe Jewish Educational Loan Fund
gives interest-free loans to Jewish students throughout the Southeast for post-secondary education, including college, graduate school and vocational courses of study. Since 1961, JELF has granted over $4.5 million to over 2,600 students. ILLINOIS:The Jewish United Fund / Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago
through The Shirley Ehrlich Student Loan Program provides subsidized, low-interest educational loans to students in the metropolitan Chicago Jewish community. MICHIGAN:The Jewish Vocation Service
of Southfield, Mich., provides interest-free loans for Jewish students in metro Detroit who attend undergraduate, technical or graduate schools full-time.PENNSYLVANIA:The Central Scholarship & Loan Referral Service (CSLRS)
of the United Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh (UJF) coordinates the efforts of a group of organizations, agencies, and scholarship endowment funds which provide scholarships to local Jewish students enrolled in an accredited institution of higher education. CSLRS is a program of the UJF and is administered by the Career Development Center of Jewish Family & Children's Service. The geographical area includes Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Washington and Westmoreland counties, where applicants must have resided for two years before applying.