Our community is fortunate in providing many opportunities to young people to participate in enriching Jewish experiences. Through funding by the Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati and administration by the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, special programs help provide funding for Israel trips and Jewish summer camps.
Grants of up to $6,500 for high school students and $5,000 for young adults are available from the Jewish Federation for approved Israel programs. Click here to see the requirements: https://jewishcincinnati.org/israel-travel-grant-requirements
The Jewish Overnight Camping Program provides financial support to encourage our youth to attend a Jewish overnight camp. First year campers are eligible for grants of up to $1,800 to attend a program of 3 weeks or longer, and $900 for a 2 week program. Second year campers are eligible for grants of up to $1,000 to attend a program of 3 weeks or longer, and $500 to attend a 2 week program. Click here for more information: https://jewishcincinnati.org/hellocamp
JEWISH YOUTH PROGRAMS, USY, KADIMA & CAMPS:
Northern Hills Synagogue also provides funds to our youth to support their participation in Jewish activities. Our Leonard J. Singerman Scholarship Fund makes grants to young people from the synagogue who participate in approved Israel programs or attend approved Jewish summer camps. In addition, our Youth Scholarship Fund makes grants to enable our youth to attend local, regional and international United Synagogue Youth (USY) and Kadima programs. The Combined Youth Scholarship Application Form, covering both of these funds, may be downloaded here: Combined Scholarship Application.doc.
For more information about any of these scholarship opportunities, please contact Brian Freedman, Director of Lifelong Learning, at firstname.lastname@example.org.