Arts and Humanities,
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM),
The Roothbert Scholarship awards grants for undergraduate and graduate study at accredited colleges and universities. Fund was created in 1958 by Albert and Toni Roothbert to help men and women in need of financial aid to further their education. Scholarships may only be applied to study at an accredited institution based in the United States. The Fund seeks candidates who are "motivated by spiritual values," and works to foster fellowship among them. The Fund is a small, nearly all-volunteer scholarship fund based in New York City, which awards yearly grants and works to foster fellowship among grant recipients. Once a year, the Fund accepts applications for grants, which include essays, transcripts and recommendations. From these written applications, the Fund identifies a group of finalists to be invited for a brief personal interview. On the basis of this interview, the Fund typically selects about 20 new scholarship recipients each year. Grants are small (averaging $2,000-$3,000) and are meant to be supplementary. Aid is given for the ensuing school year.
Specific Eligibility Criteria
Preference is given to those who can satisfy high scholastic requirements and are considering careers in education.