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Offered by Melton Center for Jewish Studies
Are you an Ohio State University student who studies Hebrew, Yiddish and Ashkenazi studies, or Jewish studies? If so, consider applying to the Morris and Fannie Skilken Family Foundation Endowment Fund Scholarship! Open to any student who has completed at least one (1) course in Jewish studies at OSU, the $2,000 scholarship is awarded to three (3) students per year. If you’re an OSU student who’s previously taken a class in Jewish studies, we encourage you to apply!
In order to be eligible for this scholarship you must be an Ohio State University student who will continue their enrollment the following academic year and have taken at least one course (at OSU) in Hebrew, Yiddish and Ashkenazi studies, or Jewish studies, in addition to meeting the below eligibility criteria.
US Citizens, Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, DACA, Other
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY-ALL CAMPUSES
To apply for this scholarship, submit the below application materials before the deadline.
Proof of enrollment
Letter of Recommendation
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