Ben Cardin Scholars Program Application 2019-2020
The Senator Ben Cardin Jewish Scholars Program provides leadership training to teenagers passionate about combining community service and Jewish values. The program merges mentorship with engaging education by influential leaders in the fields of law, finance, government and the nonprofit sector. The program concludes with hands-on advocacy and leadership opportunities in Maryland and Washington, DC.

Sessions run from 7:30 pm to 9 pm with dinner served from 7pm at each session. Participants are expected to commit to participating in all aspects of the program including the lobbying mission to Washington, DC. Participants will have the option to spend a summer in Israel on an unforgettable 4-week experience with NCSY’s The Jerusalem Journey (TJJ), for the highly subsidized price*. Please indicate if you are interested in this extraordinarily exciting opportunity as the number of spots available at this price is very limited.

* Subject to eligibility, terms and conditions apply. Not including application fee.
Full Name: *
Your answer
Email *
Your answer
Are you a USA Citizen? *
Which Cardin Program cohort are you applying to? *
How did you hear of the Ben Cardin Jewish Scholars Program? *
Your answer
Date of Birth: *
MM
/
DD
/
YYYY
Grade: *
Address: *
Your answer
Zip Code: *
Your answer
School: *
Your answer
Phone Number
Your answer
Parent or Guardian Name: *
Your answer
Phone Number: *
Your answer
Parent or Guardian Email Address: *
Your answer
Have you participated in the Jewish Scholars Program Before?
Please indicate if you are interested in taking part of our 4 week summer experience in Israel*
*Teen who participate in the Ben Cardin Scholars Program are eligible for a subsidized price
Extent of Jewish Education:
Your answer
What is a Jewish question you always wanted answered but never asked?
Your answer
Does your family belong to a Synagogue?
If yes to the above, which Synagogue:
Your answer
Next
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This form was created inside of NCSY. Report Abuse