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JUF Chicago Israel Scholarships

The Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation provides need-based scholarships for college students and young adults (up to 28 years old) to participate in an approved Israel Experience program. The purpose of these scholarships is to strengthen Jewish identity and commitment to Israel and the Chicago Jewish community.

Deadline to Apply: See Application for Deadline

High School Senior
Current Undergraduate
Graduate Student
Study in israel
Amount Varies

Kapson Scholarship

The Kapson Scholarship helps Jewish students attend a university, college or technical institute in Indiana. A committee of Jewish community members will review eligible candidates based on the motivation of the student to receive a higher education along with merit and financial needs.

Deadline to Apply: See Application for Deadline

High School Senior
Current Undergraduate
Graduate Student
Amount Varies

Rabbi Gershon Hadas Guardian Society

The Rabbi Gershon Hadas Guardian Society for Children is a community fund available to assist families who wish to provide a Jewish summer enrichment experience for their children, and for young adults interested in an Israel experience.

Deadline to Apply: See Application for Deadline

High School Senior
Current Undergraduate
Graduate Student
Study in israel
Amount Varies

D.M. Konigsberg Memorial Fund

The Meyerhoff Center supports Jewish studies and Israel studies scholarship both on campus and abroad. Majors and non-majors planning to study at an Israeli university are eligible for scholarships. To learn more, visit the application site and click on “For Other Students."

Deadline to Apply: Rolling

High School Senior
Current Undergraduate
Graduate Student
Study in israel
Amount Varies

G. Wasserman Scholarship Fund

The Meyerhoff Center supports Jewish studies and Israel studies scholarship both on campus and abroad. Majors and non-majors planning to study at an Israeli university are eligible for scholarships. To learn more, visit the application site and click on “For Other Students."

Deadline to Apply: Rolling

High School Senior
Current Undergraduate
Graduate Student
Study in israel
Amount Varies

I. & B. Gudelsky Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Meyerhoff Center supports Jewish studies and Israel studies scholarship both on campus and abroad. Majors and non-majors planning to study at an Israeli university are eligible for scholarships. To learn more, visit the application site and click on “For Other Students."

Deadline to Apply: Rolling

High School Senior
Current Undergraduate
Graduate Student
Study in israel
Amount Varies

M.S. & R.G. Cohen Scholarship Fund

The Meyerhoff Center has several scholarship funds for students in the areas of Jewish studies and Israel studies. Most but not all of these funds are earmarked for students who will travel to and then study at an Israeli university.

Deadline to Apply: Rolling

High School Senior
Current Undergraduate
Graduate Student
Study in israel
Amount Varies

L.J. Craig and Alice Craig Engineering Scholarship

The scholarship was created to support Jewish students at the University of California, Berkeley in the College of Engineering. A scholarship of approximately $3,000 will be awarded to 6-10 students who fit the criteria and fulfill the wishes of the Craig Family. All scholarships are for a single year and students may apply the following year. Preference of at least one of the scholarships will be given to a student studying abroad in Israel. Any student interested in applying should complete the online application by April 23, 2019.

Deadline to Apply: See Application for Deadline

High School Senior
Current Undergraduate
Graduate Student
Application open
Study in israel
$3,000

UC Berkeley Alumni Association Scholarships

The UC Berkeley Alumni Association offers leadership scholarships to current and incoming students to UC Berkeley. Of the over 700 scholarships that are offered, 6 of them are given to Jewish students showing leadership in the Jewish community both at UC Berkeley and before attending Berkeley.

Deadline to Apply: See Application for Deadline

High School Senior
Current Undergraduate
Graduate Student
Amount Varies

Benjamin Goldberg Memorial Scholarship

The Benjamin Goldberg Memorial Scholarship is awarded to students with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher enrolled in the Jewish Studies certificate program. Applicants must have a FAFSA form on file with Arizona State University Financial Assistance office. One half of annual amount will be awarded each semester.

Deadline to Apply: February 28, 2024

High School Senior
Current Undergraduate
Graduate Student
$500