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Morton A. Gibson Memorial Scholarship


Scholarship Value: $2,500
Awards Available: 2

One to two scholarships in the amount of $2,500 awarded annually to a high school senior who has completed significant volunteer services within the local Jewish community in addition to high school graduation service requirements.

Applicants must be:

1. A High School Senior

2. A Jewish resident of the metropolitan Washington area

3. Accepted into an accredited four year undergraduate program on a full-time basis

4. A U.S. citizen or working towards citizenship

Awards may not be used for:

1. Community college

2. Study abroad programs (including Israel)

Any awardee who does not complete a full year of school must repay the scholarship.


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