The JVS SoCal is organizing a scholarship program for the year 2020-2021. The award is introduced with a motive of financially assisting students in their educational expenses.
The students who are planning to enrol full-time at an accredited college or university may apply for the program. The applicants will explore and pursue all sources of financial assistance, including federal and state loans and institutional scholarships.
JVS SoCal was founded in 1931, serving the job seekers who were struggling to survive and is located in Los Angeles. The agency is recognized to be the regional leader in the field of workforce development which offers a broad range of innovative programs to 50,000 individuals each year.
Who May Eligible
Interested candidates must find themselves eligible according to the below criteria to be considered:
- Must be Jewish
- Must be a age of 16 years
- Must be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent U.S. resident with a Green Card
- Must be a permanent and legal resident of Los Angeles County for a minimum of 3 years as of September 2019
- Must be planning to attend full-time (12 units minimum per term or full-time for your program – which must be verified by college or university you will be attending) at an accredited private or public college or university in the U.S
- Must maintain a minimum of 3.0 GPA per term
How to Apply
Ideal candidates must fill out their required details through an online application form with the below-mentioned documents.
- Must provide some necessary information like full name, date, hours per week/weeks per year for your academic honors, community activities, schools activities, and paid work experience
- The name and contact details of the person who will submit a letter of recommendation on your behalf
- Must include your (the student) 2018 income information and your parents’ 2018 income information
- Must submit Your (the student) spouse’s 2018 income information (if applicable)
- A list of the value of all of your assets, including but not limited to checking and savings accounts, real estate, Automobile.
- A list of your current student debt (what you owe today), including the Federal and Private students loans.
- Must submit your 2020-2021 Student Aid Report (SAR) generated by your 2020-2021 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- A list of your expected resources for the 2020-2021 school year which means how you expect to pay for school next year
- Must submit your school’s Cost of Attendance Budget* for 2020-2021 school year.
The scholarship awards are granted for one academic year at a time. The award varies depending upon the financial needs of the scholars.
The candidates must take the initiative to apply by March 31, 2022.