Scholarship application, full time students



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JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTERS ASSOCIATION of NORTH AMERICA

Scholarship Coordinator ∙ JCC Association

520 Eighth Avenue New York NY 10018

(212) 786 5111



JCC Association graduate education scholarship program
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION, FULL TIME STUDENTS

(Must Be Typed or Reproduced by Computer)
Application Deadline — February 15, 2011 Date:
GENERAL INFORMATION
Name

Last First Middle Maiden


Current

Address


Street City State Zip Code Phone
Permanent

Address

Street City State Zip Code Phone
E-mail Address


Citizenship




Are you legally able to work in the United States or Canada? Yes No





GENERAL EDUCATION (To add more rows, place the cursor at the last cell and press the TAB key.)


Beginning with Highest Level,

List College, Graduate and

Professional Schools Attended


From

Mo. Yr.


Graduation

Mo. Yr.


Degree

Received


Specialized

Field of Study



Grade Point Average










































































JEWISH EDUCATION (ALL TYPES) (To add more rows, place the cursor at the last cell and press the TAB key.)

Schools, Courses Attended



Dates Attended

From To


Degree or

Certificate


Subjects Studied




















































Please have the college/university you attended forward a transcript of your grades:

Scholarship Coordinator ∙ JCC Association

520 Eighth Avenue New York NY 10018


EMPLOYMENT HISTORY (Please include ANY experience in a JCC. To add more rows, place the cursor at the last cell and press TAB.)


Dates of

Employment



Your Title and Brief Description

(Note whether F/T, P/T, or summer)



Agency & Address

Supervisor



















































VOLUNTEER ACTIVITY (To add more rows, place the cursor at the last cell and press TAB.)
List involvement in communal and professional activities as a volunteer:

Dates

Position and Responsibilities

Agency & Address

Reported to:





















































SUPPLEMENTARY TRAINING EXPERIENCES – List the training institutes, courses & workshops in which you participated.












ISRAEL EXPERIENCE – Describe reason and purpose of visit(s).












JEWISH KNOWLEDGE – Brief statement on scope of Jewish knowledge (separate from essay).












SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENTS – List special achievements, honors, publications & scholarships achieved in the prior 24 months.
















PLANS FOR GRADUATE STUDY
Please list the schools/programs to which you are applying, the degree(s) you intend to pursue, and your expected date of graduation. If you have already been accepted, please indicate with an *.
School/Program Degree (s) Expected Graduation Date
1st choice


2nd choice




3rd choice




If you are currently enrolled in a graduate program, indicated the school and program you are attending, and your expected date of graduation:



Are you willing and able to relocate upon graduation in order to accept a suitable position in a JCC? Yes No


If limited in relocating, please indicate extent of limits and reasons.

If no, please indicate why.



Will you be attending a full-time Master’s Degree program or a part-time program? Please describe the program requirements.






How did you learn about the JCC Association Graduate Education Scholarship Program? (If you were referred by an employee of a JCC or of JCC Association, please include their name).






Please list other scholarships, if any, for which you are also applying or have been awarded.











REFERENCES

Please list below the names of your three references. The references should include at least one faculty member from your college and a previous supervisor or employer. Where applicable, please include references from a professional and a lay leader from a Jewish Community Center. Reference letters written by friends or relatives will not be accepted. You are to contact and request your own reference letters which are to be mailed by the reference writer to JCC Association. Applicants are responsible for ensuring that all letters of reference are received by February 15, 2010.




Name

Address

Phone Number

Relationship






































ESSAY STATEMENTS
A critical component of the application process is the creation of an essay describing your interests and career goals. Additionally, you will choose one of three JCC related case studies and submit your take on the situation presented.
The three case studies and directions for completion can be found on the website: http://www.jccworks.com/?PageID=gM28CBC3
Your essay and case study provide the selection committee with samples of your writing skills. The reader gains insight to your interest in JCC work and your understanding of the JCC Movement.
Essay
There are four areas that your essay must cover:

  1. The specific source of your interest in becoming a JCC professional

  2. What contribution you hope to make as a professional staff person in a JCC

  3. The area of graduate work you are or will be pursuing and why this area of study will help you become an effective JCC Professional

  4. Any other factor(s) you believe the committee should know about you when considering your application

Please title it “Essay – Your Name”. Be sure that it does not exceed two pages. It must be paper-clipped to your application.





ACCEPTANCE OF CONDITIONS OR COMMITMENTS OF SCHOLARSHIP:
I am aware of the conditions of the scholarship for which I am applying and I am ready to commit myself to accept employment in a Jewish Community Center for two years following completion of my professional education.

Date Name (Signed)










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