Making a Difference
The Nudelman Family Trust offers one thousand scholarships to bright students.
The Nudelman Family Trust is granting one thousand full scholarships to students for our programs at all our university locations across the US and Canada, including Stanford and Harvard.
Digital Media Academy is dedicated to offering world-class STEM education globally through its Tech Camps and Certified Schools Programs. We believe that all driven and motivated students should have access to high-quality STEM education experiences. As a part of our mission to increase the number of women in STEM, half of our scholarships will be reserved for girls.
These scholarships will be awarded based on both merit and need and will cover the cost of tuition, meals and facility fees. Housing will not be included. Scholarship applications will be closed two weeks prior to the start date of the chosen course.
Applications are now open for Summer 2020.
To be considered for our scholarships, all applicants must complete the Digital Media Academy Tech Camps Scholarship application in full. You will need the following information to complete your application:
- Personal Information
- A written statement/essay that states why you should be granted the scholarship
- Grade Point Average (upon receiving the award, you will be required to submit a proof of academic performance).
- A recommendation letter from an educator.
- Declaration of Income
- Desired Digital Media Academy Tech Camps location(s) and course(s) of interest for Summer 2020.
Ages 10-18 are eligible to apply
Nudelman Family Trust Selection Committee
Yuval Shahar, M.D., Ph.D.
Head of the Ben Gurion University (BGU) Medical Informatics Research Center, Artificial Intelligence Pioneer
President Of The Board Of Directors at ISTE
Karin Forssell, PhD
Director of the Learning, Design, and Technology Master's Program, Stanford Graduate School of Education
Assistant Superintendent School District 38, Richmond, BC
HP Senior Director, Global, Device-as-a-service HP
Founder & CEO, Center for Education Reform
Dr. Matiul Alam
Master of Educational Technology Program, UBC
Dr. Karim Qayumi
President of CanHealth, Professor at UBC
Head of Google for Education - Latam
Dr. Richard Smith
Director, Centre for Digital Media, UBC // Emily Carr University
CEO/Superintendent SD43 - Coquitlan, BC, Canada // 2012 International Education Distinguished Leadership Award
Luiza, David, and Daniel Nudelman
The Nudelman Family Trust
Chairman, Consortium for School Networking
Carol Fletcher, Ph.D
Director, STEM Center, College of Education, UT Austin
The Selection Committee will review the application and select recipients based on the information provided in the application. Academic performance, the recommendation letter, income, and personal statement will factor in the decision-making process. The final course selection will occur at least two weeks before the program starts. The award is subject to change.
Digital Media Academy Tech Camps will only consider and process scholarship applications that include all the supporting documentation outlined above. (No exceptions.)
All applicants that have already submitted a scholarship application in previous years must re-submit their information in order to be considered for a scholarship in the current year. Digital Media Academy Tech Camps will not offer scholarships retroactively for any course that has already been paid in full for this season. Any down payment, payment plan, or other payment option used will forfeit any aid.
Please do not call our office to inquire about your scholarship application. Any questions should be sent to email@example.com.