The Jewish Federation offers several scholarships for college-bound and graduate students.
These scholarships are reviewed and decided by a committee that meets in April.
Established in memory of Eugene and Betty Friedmann for their belief that success is possible despite formidable challenges, to support deserving Jewish individuals seeking to further their education in the fields of science, medicine, or technology.
Established in memory of Len Perel and his commitment to community service, to recognize the academic excellence and volunteer service of foreign-born Jewish high school students.
Established in memory of past JCC Executive Director Jules Dorfman, in honor of his years of service, to support graduate students with a focus in Jewish Communal Service, Social Work, or Jewish Education.
Established in memory of Dr. Mark Pescovitz, a JFGI Officer and Chair of the Annual Campaign. This is a need-based grant to recognize a Jewish high school junior or senior with a record of outstanding service to the Indianapolis Jewish and general community.
Established in memory of Svetlana and Zinovy Grimberg, a loving family who valued providing the best education opportunities. This is a need-based grant with preference given to recognize a working (part-time or full-time) female community member pursuing education that will lead to a career.
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Awarded to high school seniors planning to attend an accredited Indiana college or university as a full-time student. Men and women of any religious affiliation may apply.
Awarded to high school seniors who are Jewish and plan to attend an accredited college or university as a full-time student.
Awarded to one high school senior who is Jewish and plans to attend an accredited college or university as a full-time student.
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