NCJW|LA Scholarship Program

Spring 2022 Scholarship Cycle 

Application Available
Tuesday, March 1, 2022 - Friday, April 15, 2022

Committed to advancing economic justice and equity for women and their families through financial support for higher education

The scholarship program is available for a variety of subject matter disciplines, as well as support for non-traditional students in achieving their academic goals. Awards are based on a combination of academic merit and financial need.

Scholarships by the Numbers

NCJW|LA Scholarships
Offered

Applications Received
in 2021

Scholarships Awarded
in 2021

NCJW|LA Scholarships Supports Five So-Cal Counties

In 2021, the Scholarship Program received 826 applications from students seeking financial assistance to pay for college, university, and vocational school tuition. A total of 18 students were awarded scholarships in the spring and fall semesters based on their academic merit and financial need.

Congratulations to the Fall 2020, Spring 2021, & Fall 2021 Scholarship Recipients

DODELL WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT SCHOLARSHIP

Copy of 2020 Scholarship Recipients- Web (13)

Nonna
California State University, Northridge
Psychology

GBI

Maria Echeveria
Cerritos College
Sociology

JEFFREY A. TIDUS SCHOLARSHIP FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS

Copy of 2020 Scholarship Recipients- Web (16)

Elsa
California State University, Fullerton
Nursing

Vannessa Santos (6)

Veronica Hernandez-Lara
Cal State University Fullerton
Nursing

THE SHERMAN & FRANCES L. TELLER TEACHING
CREDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Copy of 2020 Scholarship Recipients- Web (20)

Chelsea
California State University, Northridge
Multiple Subject Credential Program

GBI

Kara Gutierrez
Cal Poly Pomona
Multiple Subject Credential Program

ELIZABETH CARTER SCHOLARSHIP IN ARCHEOLOGY

SUSAN SCHULMAN BEGLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Copy of 2020 Scholarship Recipients- Web (23)

Jean
California State University Dominguez Hills
Anthropology/Archaeology

Copy of 2020 Scholarship Recipients- Web (22)

Carmen
Cypress College
Mortuary Science

STEPHEN L. TELLER & RICHARD HOTSON TV, CINEMA, AND THEATER SCHOLARSHIP

Copy of 2020 Scholarship Recipients- Web (21)

Iris
West Los Angeles College
Film and TV Production

Vannessa Santos (20)

Joan Mao
Los Angeles City College
Cinema Production

RICHARD V. HOTSON, JR. AND STEPHEN L. TELLER SCHOLARSHIP FOR LGBTQ+ STUDENTS

Copy of 2020 Scholarship Recipients- Web (19)

Bo
Los Angeles Mission College
Pre-Medical, and General Science Studies

GBI

Samuel Mendoza
American Career College
Physical Therapist Assistance Program

INGER LAWRENCE-M.R. BAUER FOUNDATION NURSING STUDIES SCHOLARSHIP

Copy of 2020 Scholarship Recipients- Web (14)

Felicia
California State University, Los Angeles
Nursing

Copy of 2020 Scholarship Recipients- Web (15)

Yvette
Mt. San Antonio College
Nursing

GBI

Ditte Wager
Moorpark College Nursing Program
Nursing

GBI

Maritza Crespo
Moorpark College Nursing Program
Nursing

EDITH LAWRENCE AND FRANCES LAWRENCE TELLER VOCATIONAL STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP

SYLVIA & SAMUEL
SCHULMAN MEMORIAL
SCHOLARSHIP

Copy of 2020 Scholarship Recipients- Web (24)

Shanina
American Career College
Nursing

GBI

Crystal Quezada
West Coast University
Occupational Therapy

Contribute to a Student's Success!

You can be a part of their journey towards academic success by donating to our scholarship fund where you can donate to specific scholarships of your choice or donate to our general scholarships fund!

Contribute

Contribute to higher education by donating to any one of the established NCJW|LA Scholarships or create your own.

Make a Donation

Volunteer

Become an Application Reader! Click the link to read the full description of the volunteer opportunity and to apply.

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Inform Others

Download the NCJW|LA Scholarship Program flyer to inform your friends, students, or classmates.

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Have Questions?

Email us if you have questions about any one of our scholarship applications. Applications will be reviewed by a committee of staff members and volunteers. Scholarships are awarded based on academic merit and financial need.