College isn’t cheap, and every dollar to help pay for it counts.
There will be a few more dollars available to local Jewish high school and college students, thanks to the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County‘s newest scholarship. Students can earn up to $2,500 per school year through the Sharyn and Stuart Frankel College and Post-graduate Academic Scholarship Fund, according to a news release.
The deadline to apply for the scholarship, awarded based on academic excellence and community involvement, is June 30.
Stuart Frankel said the scholarship empowers students to pursue their academic goals and make a difference in the community.
“We are delighted to provide this scholarship opportunity to impressive young adults who demonstrate potential to become the next generation of Jewish leaders,” Frankel said in the news relase.
Students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA from their most recent school at the time of application. Involvement in the Jewish community will also be considered, according to the release.
Recipients must be entering or continuing studies at an undergraduate or graduate program at an accredited, non-profit college or university. The application and eligibility requirements are available online at http://jtipalmbeach.org/camp/frankel.