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Jewish Camp and Israel Teen Program Scholarship Application

Application due March 1, 2022
 

Parents Information :
Please note: Acceptance of this scholarship includes a commitment by the recipient to write an article about his/her Jewish camp/teen program and/or to make a presentation about that experience. Recipients may also be asked to attend the OZ camp fair to answer questions from other kids about Jewish camps & programs. Articles and presentations may be written/presented together with others who have attended the Jewish camp/teen program and/or with parents.
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The Howard Richie Lazarus
Jewish Camping Scholarship Fund
In 1985, Eugene (z”l) and Annette Lazarus (z”l) generously established a perpetual endowment fund in memory of their son, Richie Lazarus (z”l). As an endowment the interest generated by the fund each year is used to help provide scholarship money to allow local children to attend Jewish camps (and will continue to do so for many years to come). 
The Greenberg - Lopkin Jewish
Camping Scholarship Fund
Created several years ago in honor of the wedding of Marv and Diane Greenberg’s daughter Nichole and her husband Jon Lopkin (who met at Jewish Summer Camp!), The Greenberg-Lopkin Jewish Camping Scholarship Fund has been providing scholarship money to help local Vermont children attend Jewish summer camps around the country. 
The Greenberg - Bratspis Israel
Youth Trip Scholarship Fund
Thanks to the generosity of Marv and Diane Greenberg a scholarship fund was created in 2011 at Ohavi Zedek, to help Jewish youth in our area pay for educational trips and programs to Israel. The Greenberg-Bratspis Israel Youth Trip Scholarship fund was established in honor of Marv and Diane’s daughter Renee and her husband Jeff Bratspis. 
The Ludwig Lewisohn Scholarship
The Ludwig Lewisohn Scholarship is awarded annually by Ohavi Zedek Synagogue for adults and teens who want to further their Jewish education at an advanced level, spend a summer infused with Yiddishkeit and experience Israel in-depth. To qualify, the applicant must:
1. Be a graduate of Ohavi Zedek Synagogue or its equivalent.
2. Be in high school or older.
3. Submit, in writing proposal for Judaically-oriented learning for the academic year 2021-2022 before Passover 2022.
4. Agree to submit two written reports over the study period suitable for publication in The Voice. Applications will be reviewed by the Rabbi, our Hebrew School Principal and the scholarship donor.

Ludwig Lewisohn was an American-Jewish writer who lived in Burlington during the late 1930’s. His own Jewish learning did not begin until he was 40 years old. He pursued it avidly for the rest of his life until his death in 1955. To honor his love of Jewish learning, this scholarship is donated each year by Miriam and George Saiger, lifelong OZ members who currently reside out of state.
The Ruth Augusta Kobel Camp Ramah Memorial Fund
Can be used to go to Camp Ramah only.
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