This scholarship is given yearly and is open to currently enrolled students who are majoring or minoring in Jewish Studies or a Combined Major in Jewish Studies and another discipline. From 2011 to 2016, the Jewish Studies program also awarded the Brudnick Scholarship in Jewish Studies.
Applications for the 2018 Ruderman Scholarship are now being accepted. Application deadline is Feb. 15th, 2018.
A 3-5 page proposal discussing your academic and professional interests in Jewish Studies
A letter of recommendation
These materials can be emailed to Lori Lefkovitz at email@example.com or mailed to:
The Jewish Studies Program
450C Renaissance Park
360 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02115
Interviews with finalists may be conducted. Selection will be dependent on overall academic achievement and the quality of the student’s proposal.
We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Ruderman Family Foundation, whose generosity makes these scholarships possible. Guided by Jewish values, the Ruderman Family Foundation believes that inclusion and understanding of all people is essential to a fair and flourishing community. Its mission is to support effective programs, innovative partnerships and a dynamic approach to philanthropy in the following areas: advocating for and advancing the inclusion of people with disabilities throughout the Jewish community; fostering a more nuanced understanding of the American Jewish community among Israeli leaders; and modeling the practice of strategic philanthropy worldwide.
Questions may be directed to: Lori Lefkovitz at firstname.lastname@example.org
Zachary Gershman, International Affairs major and Jewish Studies minor
Ruderman Scholarship: Marie Schulte-Bockum, International Affairs major and Jewish Studies, Political Science, and History minor
Danielle Wagner, double major in Environmental Science and International Affairs with minors in Jewish Studies and Environmental Studies
Ruderman Scholarship: Noah Lapidus, and International Affairs major and Jewish Studies minor
Ruderman Scholarship: Nadav David, a Finance Major with Jewish Studies and Entrepreneurship minors
Brudnick Scholarship: Zach Corenblum, a History major and Jewish Studies minor.
Brudnick Scholarship: Molly Paul, a sociology major and Jewish studies minor
Ruderman Scholarship: Anna Meyers, an independent major in Jewish studies.
Brudnick Scholarship: Marlena Lurie, a psychology major and Jewish studies minor.
Ruderman Scholarship: Michael Silverman, an engineering major.
Ruderman Scholarship: Margolit Sands, an environmental science major minoring in both Jewish studies and environmental studies.
Brudnick Scholarship: Jillian Hinderliter, a history major and Jewish studies minor.