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Other Possible Sources of Funding for Israel Travel
Alisa Flatow Memorial Scholarship
To qualify, you need to: 1). be a high school graduate, 2). not currently be in Israel, and 3). intend to
study Torah at a yeshiva or seminary in Israel, and 4). show academic promise in religious studies.
Deadline February 15 each year.
Amy Adina Schulman Memorial Fund
Fund offers progressive Zionist youth funding for social justice. Financial need is relevant but not
Hilda Specter Morgenstern Merit Scholarship
The Hilda Specter Morgenstern Merit Scholarship will award $2,500 once a year to an American woman who meets the following qualifications: • Will study in Israel during her undergraduate education • Identifies strongly as Jewish, but does not have to identify with any particular denomination • Has a 3.5 GPA or higher • Demonstrates strong interest in public advocacy, public policy or government affairs
Central Scholarship Bureau
CSB offers roughly 20 grant opportunities. Eligibility requirements vary from program to program, and can
be found on their website. There is a single online-only application for all programs, which will be
available in January 2012. CSB also offers financial need-based interest-free loans up to $10,000 a year
for those students who are attending an Israel program through an accredited US college or university
such as Yeshiva University or Touro College.
Torah Letzion
Torah Letzion is an organization whose goal is to assist students with their dream of learning in Israel
upon graduating from High School. Learning in a Yeshiva or Seminary allows one to grow both religiously
and personally in a new environment, providing an optimal setting for one’s greatest development. Torah
Letzion provides partial scholarships for select eager and motivated students in need of financial
assistance in order to fulfill this dream.
Extended Family and Family Friends
Some students have been able to raise funds from their extended families. Usually, it takes a heart-felt
note, email or call to ask grandparents, aunts and uncles and other relatives or family friends for help
raising the funds to travel to Israel.

JNF Plant Your Way to Israel

Just sell JNF trees to family, friends, neighbors, and earn dollars toward your trip to Israel. The cost of a
certificate is $36. Half of the money will go to JNF to plant a tree in Israel, and the other half will be
placed in a special account on your behalf.

Local Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund

Most rabbis, synagogues, or kollelim have money set aside somewhere to help students get to Israel. You
won't find this scholarship listed on their website or in their brochures. However, make sure to ask your
rabbi if he or someone he knows can help you pay for your trip. They usually have a fund or know
someone who can help you pay for part of your studies in Israel. Typical contributions from local rabbis
range from $100-$500.
A joint program of the Israeli government and the Jewish agency to support long-term (at least 5 months)
study in Israel. Grants are available for all participants attending MASA-approved programs. MASA also
offers a limited number of scholarships for students who need additional financial support.
Rabbi A. Simcha Teitelbaum Memorial Scholarship
136-26 72nd Ave., Flushing, NY 11367
Scholarships to Study in Israel
This site lists funding options primarily, though not exclusively, for recent Ba’alei Tshuva. They offer
scholarships to offset airfare costs.
Work Study or “Moral Obligations”
Contact your prospective seminary or yeshiva to see if they offer a tuition break which you either work
off while you are a student there or agree to pay back once you begin working.
Worth Trying
Contact other Jewish and Israel-oriented organizations that you (or your parents) are associated and ask
if they offer any funding for Israel travel for teens.
The following Scholarships are for Students going to Israel via a
College Program

The Anne Ford and Allegra Ford Scholarships

The Anne Ford and Allegra Ford Scholarships offer financial assistance to two graduating seniors with documented learning disabilities (LD) who are pursuing post-secondary education. The Anne Ford Scholarship was first awarded in 2002; in 2009, with a generous donation from Anne’s daughter, Allegra, the award was renamed the Anne Ford and Allegra Ford Scholarship and
granted to two students.
GE-Reagan Foundation Scholars
GE-Reagan Foundation Scholars are among America’s foremost young leaders who personify the
values that President Reagan took to Washington and inspired a nation with three decades ago.
Like President Reagan, candidates use the formative experiences of their youth to lead, serve
and pursue a life of purpose and significance, both individually and for their communities.
Girls Gone Great

We believe young women have a voice, great ideas, make contributions, have hopes and dreams…and,
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AXA Achievementsm Community Scholarship Program
Local Scholarships With a Local Impact
The AXA Achievementsm Community Scholarship Program brings advice and access to higher education into
every community in which AXA has a presence. Every AXA Advisors' branch office nationwide distributes
up to twelve $2,000 scholarships to high school seniors who live and attend high school in their area
OP Loftbed $500 Scholarship Award

Thank you for your interest in the OP Loftbed $500 Scholarship Award! We are proud to be able to 'give
something back' to the group that has made OP Loftbed the number one choice in loft beds by America's
college students.
Best Buy Scholarship Program
Best Buy, through its Best Buy Scholarship Program, is pleased to award $1,000 scholarships to 1,106
students living in the U.S. and Puerto Rico who will be entering college in the fall after their high school
graduation. Scholarships are awarded to students in grades 9-12 who demonstrate academic
achievements, volunteer efforts and work experience. As part of its teen platform, Best Buy and Best Buy
Children’s Foundation are focused on opportunities to help teen students prepare for a brighter future
with dollars for college tuition.
2013 Esperanza Scholarship

In Spring 2013, the Esperanza Education Fund will award scholarships of at least $5,000 and up to $20,000
to immigrant students in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia to attend public colleges and
universities, regardless of ethnicity, national origin, or immigration status.

Updated February 2013


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