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Jewish and Israel Studies

Please The extended deadline to submit scholarships for the 2020-2021 academic year is now April 17, 2020. The UNT Jewish and Israel Studies Program offers multiple scholarships from seven funds each academic year. Schultz, whom the scholarship honors, and to Jaynie Schultz and Ron Romaner, who established the scholarship. Jay and Kathy Wolens Jewish Studies Scholarships in Memory of Max and Florence Wolens.

Amount: $8000
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago Academic Scholarship

The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago Academic Scholarship administer educational scholarship funds from the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago to help Jewish college and graduate students offset some of their financial burdens. Scholarships range up to $8,000, and are renewable.

ISchool Scholarship Opportunities School of Information

To apply for a scholarship, complete the FS4U general application by the March 1 deadline. Scholarships are awarded once a year prior to the fall semester. This scholarship is awarded to graduate students majoring in Library and Information Studies and who reside in Broward or Miami-Dade County. To provide scholarships for graduate students pursuing degrees in Library Information Studies.

Restricted and Endowed Scholarships

The following scholarships require special applications. This scholarship was established by the Ellis family to be given to a first-year Jewish law student in order to perpetuate the memory of their daughter. Eligible students are requested to submit a letter of application detailing their academic qualifications, community and Jewish involvement, career goals and financial need. Dr. Clara Lincoln established this scholarship to assist students with financial need who intend to pursue a career in domestic or family law. Shatz Scholarship is awarded annually through the generosity of Benjamin G. This scholarship was established in memory of 1974 alumna Stuart Silverman.

External Scholarships

Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Progress West Auxiliary Scholarship. Barnes Jewish St. Peters and Progress West Hospital Nursing Scholarship. Intermountain Vein Center (iVein) Health and Wellness Scholarship. The Friends of St. Louis Municipal School of Nursing Scholarship. Travel Nurse across America Annual BSN Student Scholarship.

Amount: $2500
Foundation Scholarships

The Stockton University Foundation maintains a robust merit-based scholarship program with approximately 200 scholarships. Open to second-semester freshmen and upperclassmen, the Foundation Scholarship program honors the institution’s highest achieving, most deserving students. Scholarship amounts vary from $100 to $2,500 per opportunity. Qualified students may earn than one scholarship. Students can also for additional scholarships outside of Stockton University on the External Scholarships webpage. This is how their application will be screened and matched against the 200 Foundation Scholarship opportunities. Incomplete applications in draft status are ineligible and will not be forwarded to the Scholarship Selection Committee. First-year students without a Stockton GPA are not considered for Foundation Scholarships.

Office of Student Financial Services

This scholarship is awarded to two Israeli citizens one Arab and one Jewish. These students, along with the two recipients of the Malkin Israeli Endowed Scholarship, bring reality and personal commitment to the campus discussion of peaceful coexistence in Israel and in the world in general. The Common Application and additional international forms are required no special form is required for an applicant to be considered for the Slifka Scholarship. The scholarship provides the resources for tuition and fees, standard on-campus room and board, and one round-trip air ticket each year between Israel and the United States books and personal expenses remain the obligation of the student. The Wien International Scholarship Program was established in 1958 to support international students at Brandeis.

External Scholarships

External Scholarships are scholarships that are offered and administered by agencies outside of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Central Scholarship and Loan Referral Service from the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh. Law Student Diversity Scholarship from Michigan Auto Law. Law School Diversity Scholarship from Buckfire Buckfire, P.C. Donahue Memorial Scholarship from the West land County Bar Foundation. Donald Laird Hankey Memorial Scholarship from the West land County Bar Foundation. Weiss Memorial Scholarship from the West land County Bar Foundation. Dixon Scholarship Fund from the Allegheny County Bar Foundation. Cotton Memorial Scholarship from the County Proscutors Association of the State of New Jersery. Angle Memorial Scholarship Fund from the Foundation for Enhancing Communities (Franklin County, PA). Patti Rose Scheimer Bednarik Memorial Scholarship Fund of the Pennsylvania Bar Foundation.

Scholarships CUNY BA

In addition, the program offers a number of scholarships exclusively for CUNY BA students and graduates, as well as general resources on finding external funding. The program is pleased to offer the following scholarships, subject to the availability of funding. These scholarships, funded by a variety of donors, are exclusively for students enrolled in the CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies. One scholarship of at least $1000 will be awarded during. This scholarship is made possible by Mary Beth and Richard Ketchum in memory of their parents. Up to five scholarships in the amount of $1,000 will be awarded in the Fall and Spring semester. Up to five scholarships in the amount of $1,000 will be awarded in the Fall semester.

Scholarships CUNY BA

In addition, the program offers a number of scholarships exclusively for CUNY BA students and graduates, as well as general resources on finding external funding. The program is pleased to offer the following scholarships, subject to the availability of funding. These scholarships, funded by a variety of donors, are exclusively for students enrolled in the CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies. One scholarship of at least $1000 will be awarded during. This scholarship is made possible by Mary Beth and Richard Ketchum in memory of their parents. Up to five scholarships in the amount of $1,000 will be awarded in the Fall and Spring semester. Up to five scholarships in the amount of $1,000 will be awarded in the Fall semester.