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There are a variety of scholarships available for Jewish Students to help them achieve the higher education. The organizations that sponsor the scholarships hope to promote the Jewish culture in America and abroad. Different major universities, colleges, and foundations are offering scholarships to help the students named as UJA-Federation Scholarships, the Jewish War Veterans Awards, provided by the Hebrew Free Loan Society, the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. Scholarship etc.

Scholarships listed below are intended to Jewish students of any age pursuing high school, undergraduate, graduate level courses and much more. These scholarships can make your degree even more affordable by providing you a grand amount ranging from $1,000$-1 million. Don’t miss a single scholarship! Apply today.

Ed and Dot Slade Israel Study Scholarship

The Jewish Studies Program administrated a scholarship named as “The Ed and Dot Slade Israel Study Scholarship”. The scholarship is open for students for whom athletics has played a significant part in their lives and for whom study in Israel will enhance the undergraduate experience. Scholarship awards will be $2,000 for summer, $2,500 for a semester applicable to tuition, room, and board, or travel expenses.

Provided by: Jewish Studies Program
Course: Multiple Course
Eligibility: Acquired junior or senior status
Award: $4,500
Application Deadline: Spring semester preceding October 1
Apply Now: http://jsp.msu.edu/israel/slade-scholarship-2/

UJA-Federation Scholarships

The Hebrew Free Loan Society pleased to announce three scholarship programs. The scholarship program is open to UJA-Federation of New York. This program provides approximately $1 million to the winning candidates.

Provided by: The Hebrew Free Loan Society
Course: Multiple Course
Eligibility:  International students, Jewish residents of the New York, Israeli graduate students
Award: Program provides approximately $1 million 
Application Deadline: July 3, 2017
Apply Now: http://hfls.org/scholarships/

Jewish War Veterans Awards

The Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. pleased to offer National Award the awards are divided into two categories – awards you apply for and awards that are bestowed. The award amount of the award program is varied.

Provided by: The Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
Course: Multiple Course
Eligibility:  Eligibility varies according to program
Award: Varies
Application Deadline: July 21, 2017
Apply Now: http://www.jwv.org/programs/service/awards/national_awards

Singerman/Nosseck Memorial Scholarship

National Council of Jewish Women – Los Angeles is offering Singerman/Nosseck Memorial Scholarship. Candidate must be enrolling or enrolled in a trade school or online course that leads to certification in a marketable skill such as massage therapy, dental assistant or certified nursing assistant. $1,000 annually will be granted.

Provided by: National Council of Jewish Women – Los Angeles
Course: College course
Eligibility: Candidate must be enrolling or enrolled in a trade school
Award: $1,000 annually
Application Deadline: Application accepted August 1, 2017 – November 1, 2017
Apply Now: http://ncjwla.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

Meyerhoff Center Jewish Scholarships

The Meyerhoff Center is glad to announce Jewish Scholarships. The Meyerhoff Center has several scholarship funds for students in the areas of Jewish studies and Israel studies. For more related information jwst-contact-at-umd.edu.

Provided by: The Meyerhoff Center
Courses: Any course
Eligibility: Students who will travel to and then study at an Israeli university
Award: Varies
Application Deadline:
 April 1
Apply Now: https://jewishstudies.umd.edu/scholarships

Melton Center for Jewish Studies

The Melton Center for Jewish Studies offers generous scholarships, grants, and awards to undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty. The purpose of these funding opportunities is to reward and encourage excellence in Jewish studies

Provided by: Melton Center
Courses: Multiple courses
Eligibility: Undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty of Melton Center
Award: Varies
Application Deadline:
 March 5
Apply Now: https://meltoncenter.osu.edu/scholarships-and-grants

Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago Scholarships

Educational scholarship funds from grants administered by the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago are available for Jewish college and graduate students. Approximately $500,000 is available each year for full-time students.

Provided by: Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago
Courses: Any college course
Eligibility: Jewish college and graduate students
Application Deadline: Varies
Apply Now: http://jvschicago.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/2016-2017-New-Application-DIST-11-30-15.pdf

University of Minnesota Jewish Scholarship

The University of Minnesota is offering University of Minnesota Jewish Scholarship. Full-time student in CLA and currently enrolled as an undergraduate at the University of Minnesota are welcomed to apply. $1000 award amount will be awarded.

Provided by: University of Minnesota
Courses: Undergraduate courses
Eligibility: Pursuing a major or minor in Jewish Studies
Award: Varies
Application Deadline:
 Varies
Apply Now: http://jwst.umn.edu/scholarships/

Milwaukee Jewish Federation Grants and Scholarships

The Jewish Community Foundation offers a number of scholarship awards from the Hecht Family Memorial College Scholarship Fund to outstanding Jewish high school seniors to help fund the college freshman year. Applicants are required to be residents of the Milwaukee metropolitan area.

Provided by: Milwaukee Jewish Federation
Courses: HHHigh School courses
Subjects: Any
Eligibility: Outstanding Jewish high school seniors to help fund the college freshman year
Award: Varies
Application Deadline:
 Varies
Apply Now:
 http://www.milwaukeejewish.org/departments/philanthropy/jcf/scholarships/

Prizes and Honors / Anne and Benjamin Goor Prize

The Anne and Benjamin Goor Prize in Jewish Studies are awarded annually to two graduate and two undergraduate students for essays on research in any area of Jewish Studies. Graduate winners will receive $2,000 amount.

Provided by: UC Berkeley
Courses: Graduate and undergraduate courses
Eligibility: Graduate and undergraduate students
Award: $2,000
Application
Deadline: Fall
Apply Now: http://financialaid.berkeley.edu/prizes-and-honors-anne-and-benjamin-goor-prize-jewish-studies

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