The Samual Kroot Internship Program
The Samuel Kroot Internship Program provides an opportunity for those who have completed at least one year of college to work at a Federation agency and to learn about the structure and social services in the Jewish community. Possible internship placements for the summer of 2014 are with the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis, the Bureau of Jewish Education, the Jewish Community Center Advancement and Marketing/PR, the Jewish Community Relations Council and Hooverwood.
Descriptions of internships and an application can be found at www.JFGI.org. Submit application, resume, college transcript and three letters of reference by February 14, 2014. To submit application and for questions, email internship@JFGI.org.
JFGI Academic Scholarships
JFGI offers several scholarships for high school, college and graduate students.
The Mark Pescovitz Scholarship is given to a Jewish high school junior or senior with a record of outstanding service to the Jewish or general community or both in the greater Indianapolis area. The scholarship is not need-based.
The Eugene Friedmann Memorial Scholarship is granted to deserving Jewish individuals seeking to further their education. Preference will be given to foreign born applicants and applicants entering the fields of science, medicine or technology.
Len Perel Memorial Scholarship is granted to deserving Jewish individuals seeking to further their education. Applicant must demonstrate financial need, academic excellence and volunteer experience in the Indianapolis Jewish community for greater than one year. Preference will be given to foreign born applicants.
Jules Dorfman Scholarship for Graduate Studies in Jewish Communal Service is granted annually to a qualified graduate student in Jewish communal service, social work or Jewish education.
Email academicscholarships@JFGI.org with any questions. Applications must be received by March 31, 2014.