All scholarships are for high school seniors from Jewish households. All applications must be completed online by May 15.
All applications are confidential and anonymously reviewed.
Go to www.jewishnewhaven.org/scholarships for more information.
- Mary Taylor Friedler Memorial Scholarship Fund: This scholarship is not needs-based and requires an essay concerning what peace, justice and righteousness mean to you and your Judaism. Awards range from $500-$2,000. Applicant must reside in Greater New Haven.
- Stuart J. Drell Scholarship Fund: Awards are $2,500.00 and applicant must reside in Connecticut. Awards are based on the strength of the application and financial need. The application requires an essay and parent’s tax return.
- Emma Kohn Podoloff Scholarship Fund of the National Council of Jewish Women’s Greater New Haven Section: The average award is $1,500. The application includes an essay and 3 recommendations as well as the parent’s tax return. Awards are based on the strength of the application and financial need.