Hillel International Scholarships
Hillel International’s mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish students so that they may enrich the Jewish people, and the world. One way in which Hillel fulfills this mission is by helping incoming freshmen and current college students pay for the cost of college.
Scholarships are open to students who identify as Jewish, who are attending or preparing to attend four-year colleges and universities in the U.S. and Canada, and meet the individual scholarship requirements. Learn more here.
Hebrew Free Loan Association
Have you been financially affected by the coronavirus pandemic?
The Hebrew Free Loan Association is proud to provide zero-interest, no-fee loans for Jewish borrowers in Washington State.
HFLA is dedicated to supporting the Jewish community of Washington State during this time of uncertainty. Loan interviews will be through web conferencing. More than ever, repayment terms will take into consideration the uncertainty of this period of time, and your individual circumstances. We are a safety-net program, not a bank, and our goal is to help you through this time.
More information, including the application, can be found here: https://www.hflawa.org/apply
Student Training & Education in Public Service (STEPS) Scholarships and Grants for Jewish Students
From academic resources and Jewish advocacy to financial aid and public service scholarships, get the help you need to pay for college, find success in the classroom, and turn your degree into a rewarding career. Click here to learn more.
Applications available for 2021-2022 school year will be available in spring 2021.
We are pleased to inform you of the partial tuition, need-based scholarships that are available for Jewish undergraduates attending the University of Washington. The Berol-Shindell Scholarship has been established at the Hillel Foundation for Jewish Life at the University of Washington.
This scholarship was created when Mr. Berol was forced to forego his studies at the University of Washington to help provide for his family’s welfare. The scholarships are, therefore, being offered to undergraduate Jewish students in financial need who plan to attend, or are currently attending, the University of Washington.
Leadership 1000 Scholarship
There are 4, four year scholarships for a Washington State resident available for a Jewish Student with significant financial need through College Success Foundation at www.collegesuccessfoundation.org. The application process typically starts in mid-January with applications due mid-March. This is a needs based scholarship. If you qualify, fill out the application and submit. Please email Amee Sherer, our Executive Director, so she can alert the Foundation that you are applying. There is not a way to designate yourself as Jewish on the application.