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Zinn Memorial Scholarship for Holocaust Studies

Scholarships will support programs of study, internships, or research projects that apply the knowledge of the Jewish experience, and especially the lessons of the Holocaust, to contemporary society and social justice issues. Preference will be given to Jewish Studies majors or students whose area of study relates to Jewish issues and learning.

Deadline to Apply: See Application for Deadline

Current Undergraduate
Application open
$2,500

Zarrow Family Scholarship

The Zarrow Family Scholarship is open to any individual who, having completed at least three Judaic Studies and/or Hebrew courses, is a full-time undergraduate or graduate student of the University of Oklahoma. Preference will be given to declared majors or minors in Judaic Studies or minors in Hebrew.

Deadline to Apply: March 4, 2024

Current Undergraduate
Graduate Student
Application open
$3,000

YPS Scholarship

Up to 50% off tuition for highly qualified semicha candidates after approval. Open to aspiring rabbinical leaders, undergrads and graduate students.

Deadline to Apply: Rolling

Current Undergraduate
Graduate Student
Application open
Study in israel
Amount Varies

Yetta and Frank Chaiken Center for Jewish Studies

The Yetta and Frank Chaiken Center for Jewish Studies at the University of Delaware is pleased to offer awards of up to $400 per academic year to support research and conference attendance in any area of Jewish Studies. All faculty and graduate students at the University of Delaware are eligible.

Deadline to Apply: Rolling

Graduate Student
Application open
Study in israel
$400

Wolfe Marcus Trust Youth Travel to Israel

Dayton area Jewish teens and young adults, ages 14-21, are invited to apply for the Wolfe Marcus Trust Youth Travel to Israel Scholarship. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and plan to travel to Israel during the summer of 2019.

Deadline to Apply: See Application for Deadline

High School Senior
Current Undergraduate
Application open
Study in israel
Amount Varies

William Ze’ev Brinner Graduate Student Fellowship

The William Ze'ev Brinner Fellowship for graduate students was established in the spring of 2014. Professor Brinner taught Arabic and Islamic studies in the Department of Near Eastern Studies at Berkeley from 1956 until his retirement in 1991, and served as Chair of the Department several times.

Deadline to Apply: See Application for Deadline

Graduate Student
Application open
Amount Varies

William Wortzman Family Education Fund

This scholarship is given to a student that demonstrates financial need with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Students seeking business/law degree are preferred. Applicants must be a Jewish resident of the Cleveland area, have a family household income of $150,000 or less, and plan to or currently attend a four year college or university.

Deadline to Apply: April 4, 2024

Current Undergraduate
Application open
Amount Varies