JFGI offers several academic scholarships and the Pescovitz Award scholarship. The deadline to apply for these scholarships is Tuesday, March 31. You can find descriptions and applications on our website,
Rothbard camp and Israel need-based scholarships help children attend Jewish summer camp and travel to Israel. Find criteria and applications on our website. JFGI also offers Israel Experience grants for up to
$1,000 and SKIP scholarships for those who have SKIP accounts.
JFGI is partnering with The Foundation for Jewish Camp to provide incentive grants to children going to camp. First-time campers going to Jewish overnight camp for three weeks or longer are eligible for a $1,000 grant, and campers going to camp for two weeks or longer are eligible for a $700 grant. Applications can be found on at www.onehappycamper.org. There is also a new need-based Bunkconnect program for first time campers. More information about this program is available at www.bunkconnect.org.
The Samuel Kroot Internship Program provides an opportunity for those who have completed at least one year of college to work at one of the Federation agencies and to learn about the structure and social services in the Jewish community. The goal of this internship is to interest the individual in a career choice in Jewish communal service. The total time commitment required for each internship is 190 hours, which can be divided up as deemed necessary by internship supervisors. Paid and unpaid internships are available. The application deadline is Tuesday, March 31. More information about internships and an application can be found at
www.jewishindianapolis.org. Email Inna Kolesnikova Shmukler at email@example.com with any questions.