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Wiener Educational Center Graduate Scholarships
2012   |   Type: Link

Source: UJA-Federation of New York 

 

The Wiener Educational Center is committed to promoting excellence within UJA-Federation of New York's network of agencies, as well as synagogues and day schools in New York City, Long Island, and Westchester, by offering a full range of educational, scholarship, and professional development opportunities for current and prospective Jewish communal professionals. Their scholarship programs help prepare graduate students for careers in the Jewish communal sector by providing funding and educational opportunities that in turn enrich the entire community.

 

Applicants who are pursuing graduate degrees in the following will be considered:

  • Clinical psychology
  • Jewish education
  • Nonprofit business administration
  • Nonprofit management
  • Public administration
  • Rabbinic ordination
  • Social work


To be eligible for a scholarship, applicants must:

  • Have an interest in working in New York’s Jewish communal sector
  • Study in the New York area
  • Attend or plan to attend school full-time
  • Be United States citizens or permanent residents


Scholarships are awarded for a maximum of two years and must be used toward tuition or related educational expenses. Scholarships are offered both for students committed to a career at UJA-Federation of New York and for students interested in a career in the broader Jewish communal sector.

 

For more information and registration visit the UJA-Federation of New York website.

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