Immigrating to a new country can open up many opportunities but also comes with challenges and obstacles.
While the already-challenging world of higher education can be even more difficult for international students to navigate, foreign-born individuals make up a critical portion of the US student body. In 2018, 17% of college-educated Americans over the age of 25 were born in another country.
This scholarship seeks to support students who were born in outside of the US so they can complete their degrees.
Any Jewish student who was born in another country may apply for this scholarship, but Ukrainian ancestry is preferred.
To apply, tell us about yourself and what impact you hope to make through your career.