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1. What is the Skitnevsky Scholarship Trust Fund?

  • The Skitnevsky Scholarship Trust Fund is a financial assistance program aimed at supporting Jewish students and families in covering tuition costs for education.

2. Who is eligible to apply for the scholarship?

  • Eligibility criteria may vary, but typically, Jewish students and families with demonstrated financial need and a commitment to Jewish education are eligible to apply.

3. How can I apply for the Skitnevsky Scholarship?

  • To apply for the scholarship, please complete the application form provided in this website.

4. Is the scholarship available for undergraduate and graduate students?

  • The Skitnevsky Scholarship may be available for both undergraduate and graduate students, depending on the specific program guidelines and criteria.

5. What expenses does the scholarship cover?

  • The scholarship may cover full or partial tuition costs, and in some cases, it may also assist with related educational expenses, such as books and supplies.

6. How are scholarship recipients selected?

  • A scholarship committee reviews applications based on established criteria, which may include financial need, academic achievements, community involvement, and more.

7. Can I reapply for the scholarship each year?

  • Some scholarship programs may allow recipients to reapply for funding each year, while others may have specific terms and conditions. Check the scholarship guidelines for details.

8. What impact has the Skitnevsky Scholarship had on students and the community?

  • The Skitnevsky Scholarship Trust Fund has had a significant impact by enabling countless Jewish students to access quality education and contributing to the growth and development of the Jewish community.

9. How can I get in touch with the Skitnevsky Scholarship Trust Fund for more information?

10. What is the minimun Age to apply?

  • We welcome from kindergarten up to college-age individuals 

11. What documents I will need to share?

11.1. Financial Need:

  • Income Tax Returns: Recent copies of your or your family's income tax returns, including W-2 forms or 1099s.

  • Financial Aid Forms: If applying for college or university scholarships, you may need to complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or other relevant financial aid forms.

  • Bank Statements: Statements from your or your family's bank accounts, showing savings, checking, and other financial assets.

  • Income Verification: Documents demonstrating any sources of income, such as pay stubs or a letter from an employer.

11.2. Academic Achievement:

  • Transcripts: Copies of your academic transcripts, including high school or college records, to showcase your GPA and coursework.

  • Standardized Test Scores: SAT, ACT, GRE, or other relevant test scores if required for the application.

  • Letters of Recommendation: Academic reference letters from teachers or professors who can attest to your academic abilities.

  • Awards and Certificates: Any certificates, awards, or honors you have received for academic achievements.

11.3. Jewish Hereditary Qualifications:

  • Genealogy Records: Documents establishing your Jewish heritage, such as family trees or official records.

  • Confirmation from Religious Authorities: Letters or certificates from religious leaders or authorities confirming your Jewish heritage.

  • Membership Records: Membership or affiliation records with Jewish organizations or synagogues.

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