Academic Scholarship Program
Sponsored by: Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago
Application Deadline February 15
Type of Award Scholarship
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The Academic Scholarship Program is slightly competitive compared to similar scholarships.
Applicant must be Jewish and meet one or both of the following criteria: be born or raised in either Cook County, Chicago metropolitan area, or Northwest Indiana; be able to demonstrate a continuous year of full-time employment in Cook County or the Chicago metropolitan area prior to starting professional education. Applicant must be an undergraduate entering or who has already entered their junior year in a career specific program which requires no postgraduate education for professional level employment; or must be a student entering or has entered a graduate or professional school in a helping profession, or be a student in a vocational training program with a specific educational goal in the helping professions.
Requirements for the Academic Scholarship Program
Lea Gruhn, Scholarship Secretary
216 West Jackson Boulevard, Suite 700
Chicago, IL 60606
Phone: (312) 673-3457
Fax: (312) 553-5544
Scholarship Questions and Answers
Separate application required?
Award must be repaid?
Award is renewable?
Yes. Recipient must reapply for renewal.
Award is granted yearly?
What amount can I get from this award?
The Academic Scholarship Program gives out $3350 on average. The most you can get from the Academic Scholarship Program is $6000, while the minimum award is $700. Use our Scholarship Search to search for more awards of around $3350.
Who provides funding for the Academic Scholarship Program?
Support for the Academic Scholarship Program comes from: Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago Scholarship Secretary, 216 West Jackson Boulevard, Suite 700, Chicago, IL 60606, United States (P) 312 673-3457 (F) 312 553-5544 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.jvschicago.org
How many awards are available?
On average, 100 people receive the Academic Scholarship Program.
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