We’re always learning, and we know you are, too. To help strengthen your — and your family’s — connection to your heritage through education, we offer scholarships and fellowships. Questions? Contact us.
Selim and Rachel Benin Scholarships enable economically disadvantaged, academically gifted college students in Israel pursuing graduate academic degrees in scientific fields in Israel. Contact your financial aid office for an application.
Rose Biller Day School Scholarships represent the largest Jewish scholarship program in the United States, helping day school, undergraduate, and graduate students reach their potential. Questions? For information on Rose Biller Day School Scholarships, contact Jonathan Marx at . For information on Rose Biller Undergraduate or Graduate Scholarships, contact Elise Hahn-Felix at .
Hebrew Free Loan Society offers three different scholarship programs for undergraduate, graduate, and professional education students, funded by UJA. Questions? Contact the Hebrew Free Loan Society
Shapiro Family Fellowship brings bright, young professionals on a fully paid 10-day Israel summer experience, and hosts a yearlong professional development program to deepen knowledge of Israel, the global Jewish community, and UJA. Learn more about our Class Nine and Class Ten fellows.
UJA Graduate Fellowship Program for graduate students who are working in or plan to work in the Jewish nonprofit sector. Learn more about our fellowship. Questions? Contact us at .
Employee Scholarship for UJA employees who hold college degrees and have been employed in professional positions at UJA for more than one year. This scholarship covers partial tuition for graduate programs related to current positions, including degrees in nonprofit management, nonprofit business administration, public administration, and social work. Learn more about our Employee Scholarship. Still have questions? Contact us at .
Israel Experience Center at UJA provides need and merit-based scholarships (through approved program providers) to teens and young adults in New York, Westchester, and Long Island to make Israel experiences available and accessible. Please contact your approved program provider to learn more about scholarship opportunities. You can learn more about our merit scholarship here. Additional scholarships may be available for short- and long-term Israel programs for Jewish young adults through MASA Israel.
If you have questions, please contact the Israel Experience Center.
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