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Isadore and Molly Boroff Israel Scholarship Fund
13100 Wayzata Blvd., Suite 200
Minnetonka, MN 55305
952-417-2334
Fax: 952-593-2544
mlevy@jewishminneapolis.org
http://jewishminneapolis.org/experience-israel/travel-scholarships

The Isadore and Molly Boroff Israel Scholarship Fund provides grants for Jewish men and women, aged 18-30, whose permanent residence is in the Minneapolis metropolitan area and plan to participate in an Israel program. The program must be at least three months in length, MASA-recognized (or with an equivalent educational component included) and administered by a nonprofit organization.

 

Israel Center Scholarship
13100 Wayzata Blvd., Suite 200
Minnetonka, MN 55305
952-417-2321
Fax: 952-593-2544
http://jewishminneapolis.org/experience-israel/travel-scholarships.

The Israel Center needs-based scholarship offers scholarships for men and women age 16 years and older traveling to Israel on an educational program at least three weeks in length.

 

Israel Experience Scholarship
790 S. Cleveland Ave., Suite 227
St. Paul, MN 55116
651-695-3186
spesses@stpaulfed.org
www.jewishstpaul.org
Director: Sharyn Effress Pesses
Chair: Marni Tselos

The Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul offers Israel Experience Scholarships to Jewish children and young adults, ages 13-22. Applicants who are planning their first trip to Israel will receive priority. Programs must be sponsored by a reputable organization and have a strong educational component.

 

Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul — Passport to Israel
790 S. Cleveland Ave., Suite 227
St. Paul, MN 55116
651-695-3186
spesses@stpaulfed.org
www.jewishstpaul.org
Director: Sharyn Effress Pesses

Passport to Israel is a savings incentive program that encourages families to start saving early for a child’s educational Israel experience. The Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul administers this community partnership with families, sponsoring congregations and participating organizations. Families make a contribution each year to their child’s passport fund and receive funds from their participating synagogue and the Federation.

 

Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul — St. Paul-Israel Partnership Together Program
651-695-3189
dmogelson@stpaulfed.org
Israel Programs Director: Dan Mogelson
Chair: Ron Matz

Partnership2Gether is a program of the Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul, which brings Diaspora and Israeli Jews together to help establish long-term bonds — leading to understanding and a mutual commitment for a strong, united Jewish future. St. Paul, together with Milwaukee, Wisc., Madison, Wisc., and Tulsa, Okla., have partnered with the Sovev Kinneret region.

 

Louis Herman Israel Experience Fund
13100 Wayzata Blvd., Suite 200
Minnetonka, MN 55305
952-417-2319
Fax: 952-593-2544
mlevy@jewishminneapolis.org
http://jewishminneapolis.org/experience-israel/travel-scholarships

The Louis Herman Israel Experience Fund provides grants that help Minneapolis teenagers travel to Israel. The fund was designed to give Jewish teens an incentive to get involved in the Minneapolis Jewish community. Minneapolis residents between the ages of 15-18 can be eligible for a grant.

 

Partnership2Gether
(Minneapolis-Israel Partnership Program)
952.417.2321
eharel@mplsfed.org

The Minneapolis Jewish community is paired with the city of Rehovot for this partnership founded to strengthen connections between Minneapolis and Israel and build a stronger sense of Jewish peoplehood for participants in both cities. P2G provides opportunities to participate in cultural, educational, and social exchanges between Minneapolis and Rehovot.

(Updated 02.09.17)

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