AACI-UIA Canada Scholarship Fund
 
AACI and UIAC scholarship fund is intended for Israeli citizens holding Canadian citizenship as well, who are studying towards a Bachelors Degree at recognized universities and colleges in Israel.
 
Each student is eligible to receive up to 3,000 NIS.  New immigrants (who made aliyah within the past five years) are eligible to receive an additional 1,500 NIS.
 
Requirements:
  • Application form completed in full*
  • Proof of Israeli and Canadian Citizenship
  • Proof of completion of army service or sherut leumi.
  • Letter of acceptance into a recognized institution of higher education in Israel
  • Proof of payment of tuition
  • Proof of volunteer work in the framework of “Perach
  • All materials must be submitted electronically
On-line registration is clsoed for the 2013-2014 scholarship. Registration for the 2014-2015 will open in August 2014.
 
Please do not phone with question but write to: Canada-Scholarship@aaci.org.il
 
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 Beit Oleh America/AACI Netanya Scholarship

AACI Netanya is very proud to be the administrator of three post high school scholarship funds 

The Zvi and Rose Sabath Memorial Scholarship Fund was established specifically to aid needy IDF graduates in obtaining a higher education. Although the Sabaths are no longer with us, their memory lives on in the mitzvah this fund provides.

The Geraldine Bork Memorial Scholarship Fund distributes scholarships to needy and deserving students earning degrees in engineering and technical fields.
 

The Judith Fink Memorial Scholarship Fund was set up by the Fink family in memory of their daughter. It grants financial assistance to talented students wishing to study music or the arts at a post-high school level.
 

Additionally, AACI is very proud to be the administrator of a high school scholarship fund
 
The Bessie Render Memorial Scholarship Fund benefits deserving elementary, junior and high school students. During the last few years the Fund has also helped local schools finance special projects. 

The committee realized that many AACI members struggle to provide their children with quality education and  takes its responsibility very seriously. Members thoroughly review all applications, only applications from current AACI members (parents or grandparents only) will be accepted. 

Scholarships are for academically recognized first degrees only.  The scholarships are not for Masters nor for pre-academic studies. Scholarship forms will be available from the beginning of July and they must be submitted to the Scholarship Committee, AACI Netanya Region, by September 15 of each year. To receive a scholarship form, please send a stamped self-addressed envelope with a photocopy of your AACI membership card to Scholarships, Beit Oleh America, POB 2517, Netanya 42122.
 
 
    
 
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