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Benjamin and Dorothy Abrams Memorial Scholarship
Lena and Anna Abramson Scholarship
Moishele Bursztyn Memorial Scholarship for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Ann Druit Scholarship
Belle and Sidney Druitt Memorial Scholarship
Barton E. Ferst Scholarship for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Helen B. Ferst for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Norman E. Friedman Scholarship Fund for Camp Administration and Leadership
Leon Fisher Scholarship
Abraham Getman Memorial Scholarship for Holocaust Studies
Hyman Gratz Scholarships for the Ph.D. in Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Rebecca Gratz Scholarships for the Ed.D. in Education Leadership
Deena Grossmann Memorial Scholarship
Judaic Lodge Scholarship
Rebecca and David Karavin Scholarship
David Kogan Scholarship
Marion Koppelman Scholarship in Hebrew or Jewish Education
Ruth Koppelman Scholarship in Hebrew or Jewish Education
Samuel P. Mandell Fellowship for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Anna and Isidore Roseman Scholarship
William B. and Sylvia L. Rudenko Scholarship
Seymour M. Shore Endowment Scholarship
Albert and Ida Shugarman Endowed Scholarship
Dr. Hedy K. Singer Memorial Scholarship
Dr. David M. and Roslyn Sklaroff Scholarship for Jewish Education
Named scholarships are made possible through the generous gifts of alumni, faculty, staff and friends of Gratz College. Qualifications for these scholarships are based on many factors including financial needs and criteria specified by the donors. Scholarship recipients are determined by the Institutional Scholarship Selection Committee.
Students applying for Gratz College fellowship and scholarship grants, will also need to complete a FAFSA.
Please contact the Office of Admissions for more information
Gratz College is delighted to announce Cohort VII of the Midcareer Fellowship. Applications are now being accepted for new students beginning the M.A. in Education (Jewish Instructional Education), the M.A. in Jewish Communal Service, the M.S. in Nonprofit Management, and the new M.S. in Camp Administration and Leadership.
Students accepted into the Midcareer Fellowship program will receive a 25% scholarship. Students in selected programs will also be eligible for additional scholarship funds from Gratz College.
The Midcareer Fellowship program was first launched in 2013 to support greater job competency, increased marketability and more diversified skills for Jewish organizational administrators, Hillel staffers, youth group directors, day and supplementary school educators, and now Jewish camp professionals as well.
Midcareer Fellows have 3 years to complete their degrees, allowing students to attend school part time. The M.A. in Education and the M.S. in Nonprofit Management are both offered entirely online. The M.A. in Jewish Communal Service requires a brief on-campus residence during Summer Institute in July; and the M.S. in Camp Administration and Leadership includes a practicum in the student’s own summer camp environment.
Fellowships are awarded on a first come, first served basis to qualified students who first successfully complete the Gratz College admissions process. To qualify, applicants must be working in the American Jewish community at least 15 hours per week for a minimum of 3 years and have earned a bachelor’s degree at least 5 years ago. A Midcareer Fellowship application may be requested from the admissions office. For more information, please contact [email protected], 215-635-7300 x140.
Now accepting applications!
The JCC Association Professional Development Scholarship Program offers full-time JCC Professionals the opportunity to receive funding for graduate programs around the country, including Gratz College. Whether you are seeking a graduate degree, want to enroll in a certificate program, or engage in continuing education courses, we encourage you to look into this exciting opportunity to further your education and grow your skill set.
Please note, in order to be eligible for the Gratz College tuition scholarships for JCC professionals, you must apply directly to and be accepted into the JCC Association Professional Development Scholarship Program.
Interested? Don’t wait – the application deadline for Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters is June 1, 2019. For more information, please visit http://jcca.org/what-we-
Hazon in partnership with the JCC Association of North America is launching the year-long JOFEE Fellowship, beginning in May 2016, to invigorate the Jewish educational landscape by training and mentoring a cohort of outstanding JOFEE educators, who will work in Jewish communities across the country. The Fellowship is supported by a grant from the Jim Joseph Foundation, and is being developed in collaboration with Pearlstone Center, Urban Adamah, and Wilderness Torah.
Interested in becoming a JOFEE Fellow? Are you:
* A Teva educator who wants to teach JOFEE year round?
* A recent Adamah Fellow with education experience, who wants to bring the magic of Adamah into communities elsewhere?
* A Jewish educator or communal professional who wants to get into JOFEE and hasn't had the opportunity?
Or do you know any of these people? Applications are now open!