ILANA SCHUSTER JONSSON SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Ilana Schuster Jonsson’s parents, Drs. Larry and Ruth Schuster, established this fund in her memory. Ilana was 28 when she was killed in a car accident on January 10, 2010. A teacher of food science and honors/college-prep biology at Montville Township High School, she was deeply committed to educating students on evolution and genetics.
The fund awards up to two $500 scholarships to Montville Township High School seniors studying biology or education at a four-year college. To learn more contact Douglas Sanford, Principal, Montville Township High School, at (973) 331-7100 x 2601. To give, click here.
JCF PRIME HIGH SCHOOL IN ISRAEL
JCF Prime High School in Israel Fund provides scholarships for study at Alexander Muss High School in Israel (AMHSI). All Jewish high school students living or attending school in the Greater MetroWest community are eligible to receive a grant of up to $2,000 for study at the AMHSI lasting one full semester or more, and up to $1,500 for study lasting six to eight weeks. Funding is available regardless of need. A limited number of scholarships are available each year. Once you are certain of your attendance at AMHSI, please fill out the application form.
THE H. STEVEN AND NANCY ROTH EDUCATION FUND
Created in 2008, this fund provides need-based college scholarships to recent immigrants in Israel, giving preference to applicants who have served in the Israeli Defense Forces. The fund is supporting the Jewish Fund for Israel program Selah which helps young olim (immigrants) from the former Soviet Union who arrive in Israel alone, or before their family, in transitioning to life in Israel.
BERNARD S. AND SHIRLEY B. STERLING ISRAEL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
This fund provides educational opportunities in Israel for high school, college, or postgraduate students who attend or have attended Temple Sholom of West Essex in Cedar Grove or Congregation Agudath Israel in Caldwell. The fund distributes up to $1,000 annually to each synagogue’s selected recipient. Please contact the congregations’ rabbis to learn more.