We know that Jewish summer camp and Israel experiences are some of the most meaningful and life-changing experiences for kids, teens and young adults—and some of the most expensive.
We want to help.
The Minneapolis Jewish Federation offers a number of needs-based scholarships to assist with the cost of Israel travel and camp tuition.
Thanks to funds raised through the annual Community Campaign, Federation is able to award financial need-based scholarships to children in the greater Minneapolis metropolitan area for Jewish summer day and overnight camp programs. The deadline for 2017 scholarships has passed. Check back in November 2017 to apply for 2018, or contact the Community Impact and Engagement team with questions.
Your ticket to Israel.
The Minneapolis Jewish Federation offers a number of scholarships to help community members experience Israel.
Louis Herman Israel Experience Fund: for teens ages 15-18. Learn more.
Isadore & Molly Boroff Israel Scholarship: for young adults ages 18-30. Learn more.
Israel Center Scholarship Fund: Needs-based scholarships for ages 16+ looking to go on an educational program. Learn more.
Annette Paletz Memorial Scholarship: for Alexander Muss High School in Israel. Learn more.
Alexander Muss High School in Israel Fund. Learn more.
Mort and Merle Kane Scholarship
Helping teachers to exchange ideas
The scholarships are intended to promote teaching excellence of Twin Cities’ Jewish educators, encouraging teachers to attend course work, conferences, seminars, and workshops outside of their own schools, that allow them to study and exchange ideas with other education professionals. Applicants need to agree to share their experiences with their peers and continue as educators in the Twin Cities Jewish Community for at least two years following the program.