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Auburn University Jewish Scholarship

The need-based scholarship is for incoming freshmen only and is available to students from anywhere in the US. In order to receive the scholarship, students must agree to join and become involved in Auburn's Hillel. Email [email protected] for the application and more information.

Deadline to Apply: See Application for Deadline

High School Senior
Amount Varies

Norbert and Gretel B. Bloch Endowed Scholarship Fund

A $1,000 scholarship is awarded to a student who will coordinate a program to enhance awareness of topics relevant to Jewish life, culture, or history. The student will receive a program budget to plan, publicize and carry out the program. Applicants must be enrolled at Ohio State with continued enrollment for the following year.

Deadline to Apply: March 1, 2024

Current Undergraduate
Graduate Student
$1,000

Samuel J. Goldstein, Esq., Scholarship Fund

The Samuel J. Goldstein, Esquire, Scholarship Fund was established at The Pittsburgh Foundation to provide scholarships to benefit students from Allegheny County and contiguous counties who are planning to attend or already attend law school in Pennsylvania.

Deadline to Apply: See Application for Deadline

Graduate Student
$7,000 over two years

Sussman Fund Scholarship

The Sussman Fund provides grants to Jewish students toward higher education. Scholarships are available to Jewish students who are permanent residents of and have attended schools in the Greater Portland and Southwest Washington area; applicants must currently attend or plan to attend an accredited college or university.

Deadline to Apply: March 1, 2024

High School Senior
Current Undergraduate
Up to $3,600

Mark Pescovitz Scholarship

Established in memory of Dr. Mark Pescovitz, a JFGI Officer and Chair of the Annual Campaign, to recognize a Jewish high school junior or senior with a record of outstanding service to the Indianapolis Jewish and general community.

Deadline to Apply: March 1, 2024

High School Senior
Up to $1,000

Jules Dorfman Scholarship

Established in memory of past JCC Executive Director Jules Dorfman, in honor of his years of service, to support graduate students with a focus in Jewish Communal Service, Social Work, or Jewish Education.

Deadline to Apply: March 1, 2024

Graduate Student
Up to $1,000

Len Perel Memorial Scholarship

Established in memory of Len Perel and his commitment to community service, to recognize the academic excellence and volunteer service of foreign-born Jewish high school students.

Deadline to Apply: March 1, 2024

High School Senior
Current Undergraduate
Graduate Student
Up to $1,000

Eugene and Betty Friedman Memorial Scholarship

Established in memory of Eugene and Betty Friedmann for their belief that success is possible despite formidable challenges, to support deserving Jewish individuals seeking to further their education in the fields of science, medicine, or technology.

Deadline to Apply: March 1, 2024

High School Senior
Current Undergraduate
Graduate Student
Up to $1,000

Arlene Shea Stein College Scholarship Fund

Scholarship applicants must be Jewish high school graduates entering college, and be current residents of Hampton Roads (Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Suffolk, Isle of Wight County, Hampton, Newport News, and the Peninsula).

Deadline to Apply: March 1, 2024

High School Senior
Up to $20,000

Jules and Gwen Knapp First-Generation Award

Jules and Gwen Knapp believed deeply in the power of higher education to transform the lives of individuals and families. Top applicants will have a current GPA of 2.5 or higher, and a demonstrated impact of leadership, entrepreneurship, and/or volunteerism in their local or campus community. To qualify as a first-generation student, the applicant’s parents/guardians must not have completed a four-year college or university degree.

Deadline to Apply: March 1, 2024

High School Senior
Current Undergraduate
3,000