The Harvey Rubin Scholarship Award was founded in 2002 by Philip and Amy Rubin in memory of Philip’s father. Currently in its 20th year, this merit-based scholarship award recognizes the outstanding leadership of a high school senior in the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta and the Atlanta Jewish community. The scholarship award helps a Jewish teen further their education while providing a unique philanthropic opportunity to give-back through a monetary donation to a program at the MJCCA that helped develop their leadership role in the Jewish community.
$10K Scholarships Available for Gap Year in Israel
Time is running out to apply for one of JumpSpark’s $10,000 Atlanta Israel Gap Year Scholarships. Atlanta high school seniors can receive a $10,000 – $15,000 scholarship toward a gap year experience in Israel for the 2022-2023 school year. Learn more and apply today!
In 2021, the GFWC Dunwoody Woman’s Club is sponsoring three (3) $2,000 one-time awards for high school seniors who demonstrate academic excellence, leadership, school and community service, and a strong desire for higher learning. Applicants must live or attend school in zip codes 30328, 30338, 30346, 30350, or 30360. The award will be paid directly to the financial aid department of the school where the applicant has been accepted and may be used for tuition, room, board, fees, books, or any other legitimate educational expense. The award is funded by the Club’s annual Ways and Means Project.
Amongst the many challenges universities face, providing first class services to manage the mental health of their student body should be of primary concern. Drawing from his own experiences supporting family members with challenges such as these is something Bradley Beman understands well. The aforementioned scholarship, established in his name, is the result of those feelings. The award amount is $1000 and the deadline is August 1st.
Free service which administers a variety of scholarship and grant programs, including the HOPE scholarship. The GSFC also makes low-interest federal Stafford and PLUS loans to students and parents. GSFC is the only lender in Georgia providing service-cancelable loans to encourage students to train for careers in critical need areas such as teaching and health care.
Established in 1978 by Dr. Jack K. Bleich in memory of his mother, this scholarship awards grants or loans to worthy and deserving members of the Atlanta Jewish community who are pursuing a college education. For more information, please contact Heather McKerley at [email protected]..
Provides interest-free loans to Jewish individuals in the metro-Atlanta area and surrounding communities. NOTE: JIFLA does not provide educational loans. Their goal is to assist Jews in maintaining or achieving financial stability.
The Student Aid Foundation is an Atlanta-based non-profit, private foundation with over a 100 years history of helping women achieve their educational goals to pave the way for a bright future. Loans are eligible to women who are residents of Georgia (attending school elsewhere) or students attending school in Georgia. Loans accrue no interest while a student is in school.
Offered to eligible students attending an eligible USG (University System of Georgia), Private or TCSG (Technical College System of Georgia) postsecondary institution in Georgia. The SAL is a 1% fixed rate loan, designed to assist undergraduate and technical college students who have a gap in meeting their educational costs.