16.11.2017: Sean Carmeli Scholarship Fund Deadline

 

The School of Political Science, Government and International Affairs is proud to announce the creation of a one-time educational grant for former lone soldiers studying at Tel Aviv University named in memory of Staff Sergeant Sean Carmeli (z"l).

 

The fund's goal is to provide former lone soldiers with the support they need to better integrate into Israeli society via higher education.

 

Scholarships are open to students of any discipline enrolled in a BA or MA program at Tel Aviv University. Qualified candidates are required to have served a minimum of one year's time as a lone soldier in the Israel Defense Forces.

 

Applicants will be required to submit an updated copy of their CV, proof of enrollment at Tel Aviv University, official lone soldier certificate from the IDF

((אישור חייל בודד and a 1-2 page essay outlining their military service, academic and/or professional career goals, and commitment to the betterment of Israeli society.

 

Applicants are required to disclose all forms of external assistance they are receiving from non-governmental organizations and/or private parties. Due to Students receiving full-ride assistance from organizations such as (but not limited to) Keren Heseg or the FIDF are barred from applying to the Carmeli Fund.

 

Applications should be submitted in Hebrew or English to the School of Political Science, subject line: " "הגשת מועמדות למלגה ע"ש שון כרמלי ז"לto:

carmelifund@gmail.com

 

Final Deadline: November 16, 2017

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