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Jewish Federation of St. Joseph Valley Scholarships

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April 01, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Craig & Carol Kapson Scholarship and the Harvey & Lillian Roland Scholarship Funds are available for Jewish students who went to High School in the greater South Bend area (South Bend, Granger, Elkhart, Niles, Benton Harbor, etc.). The Kapson Scholarship helps Jewish students from our area attend a university, college or technical institute in Indiana. The Lillian and Harvey Roland Scholarship Fund serves the purpose of providing higher education scholarships to matriculating college students of parents who are either active in the Jewish community and are contributors to the Jewish Federation. This scholarship will be awarded to applicants matriculating to Indiana University who have demonstrated academic achievement and financial need. For more details and to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 3202 Shalom Way
  • South Bend, IN 46615
  • emilyb@thejewishfed.org
  • 574-233-1164

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