Nathan Broizman Memorial Scholarship

A Jewish Scholarship for High School Seniors
Sponsored by the International Society for Sephardic Progress

UPDATED FEB. 2005

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Nathan Broizman was a much beloved founding friend of the ISFSP. He past away in the fall of 2004. We would like the memory of Nathan Broizman to live on. Although he was taken from us at an early age, his vibrant soul and passions can live on and help another. Nat is gone, but need not be forgotten. The goal of the Nathan Broizman Memorial Scholarship is to take one of the many underprivileged young people and set him or her on the path to a great career in medicine, robotics, or computer science--all subjects Nat was vividly passionate about.


The Nathan Broizman Memorial Scholarship is an essay driven contest for Jewish high school students (public school or yehiva) that is designed to encourage and promote the future study of the sciences. The project serves as a living memorial to Nathan Broizman, a late beloved friend of the International Society for Sephardic Progress (ISFSP). All Jewish students, of any affiliation or cultural background (Ashkenazi, Mizrahi, Sephardi) living in the United States or Israel may participate.

The Nathan Broizman Memorial Scholarship is a need-based scholarship for pursuing future education with the goal of a career in Medicine, Computer Science, Robotics or Nanotechnology. All essays must be submitted to the ISFSP by joom. Though open to all Jewish students, preference will be given to those applicants who demonstrate need for financial assistance, though the completion of a financial aid form is not required.

 

Rules, requirements as well as full information on how to apply will be posted the first week of May 2005.

 
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