The college campus can be a hotbed of challenges for Jewish students. By supplementing their education with meaningful Jewish experiences including Hillel, travel opportunities, and intern programs, college becomes another important stepping-stone in building active Jewish adults.
The Jewish Federation is proud to offer several scholarships for college-bound and graduate students for various continued studies.
Ball State, Butler, Depauw, Indiana, and Purdue Universities have Hillel programs that Jewish college students can get involved with.
The Samuel J. Kroot Internship program provides an opportunity for those who have completed at least one year of college to work at JFGI or one of its constituent agencies and to learn about the structure and social services in the Jewish community.