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James Beard foundation grants in Culinary Studies

Applications are invited for James Beard foundation grants to assist aspiring culinary professionals who plan to further their education at a licensed or accredited culinary school. US and International students can apply for these endowments.

The James Beard foundation grant Program provides support to aspiring students in multiple areas of food and culinary studies in this ever-expanding universe of knowledge.

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The James Beard Foundation’s mission is to celebrate, nurture, and honor America’s diverse culinary heritage through programs that educate and inspire.

Students need to demonstrate that they have a good level of written and spoken English.

Description:

  • Application Deadline:  Check back in April 2020
  • Course Level: The studentships are available for high school seniors or graduates who plan to enroll or who are already enrolled at least part-time during the academic year in a course of study leading to an associate or baccalaureate degree at a licensed or accredited culinary school.
  • Study Subject(s): The studentships are awarded to study within the culinary school.
  • Award: JBF National Scholars: Up to ten (10) scholarships of $20,000 each will be granted The Friends of James Beard Scholarships: Up to one scholarship of $10,000 each will be granted. The James Beard Foundation School Scholarships: One (1) waiver of $3,000 will be granted toward tuition for a Baking & Pastry or Culinary Arts program through the
    School of Food and Wine Studies.
  • The award can be taken in the USA and abroad (at a licensed or accredited culinary school)

Eligibility::

  • Eligible Countries: the US and International students can apply for these James Beard scholarships.
  • Entrance Requirements:
    The Friends of James Beard Scholarships: Applicants must be high school seniors or graduates (appropriate work experience may substitute for high school graduation for certain scholarships) who plan to enroll or who are already enrolled at least part-time during the academic year in a course of study leading to a certificate or degree at a licensed or accredited culinary school (unless otherwise specified for a particular award). Preference may be given to students who demonstrate financial need. Awards are not renewable; however, students may reapply each year they meet eligibility requirements. All applicants meeting the above criteria will automatically be considered for Friends of James Beard Scholarships that have no specific eligibility requirements listed.
    JBF National Scholars: This year marks the beginning of a new addition to program, one that aims to provide high impact scholarships of up to $20,000 to food-focused candidates of exceptional talent who demonstrate leadership, community involvement, and academic excellence, and who aspire to leadership roles in the culinary arts, food studies, agriculture, hospitality management, and more.
    The James Beard Foundation School Scholarships: Applicants must meet the admission and eligibility requirements at a participating school to be eligible to receive an award. Awards are granted as waivers and vary according to the terms of each school’s waiver. Unless specified, awards are not renewable; however, students may reapply each year they meet eligibility requirements. Applicants are encouraged to contact schools directly for information regarding their individual curriculum.
  • English Language Requirements: Students need to demonstrate that they have a good level of written and spoken English.

Application Procedure:

The information you’ll need to complete the application for the James Beard foundation grant Program:

  • The official name of the school you plan to attend
  • Transcripts from post-secondary schools, if applicable
  • High school transcript if you are a senior in high school
  • Your selected major of study
  • Cumulative GPA from your most recent school
  • Your rank-in-class, if applicable
  • Your SAT and/or ACT scores, if applicable
  • List of your paid work experience
  • List of your school and community volunteer (unpaid) activities
  • A brief statement of your professional goals and aspirations
  • A brief statement of any unusual family or personal circumstances
  • Brief essays required for certain scholarships (see listing)
  • Financial Income Information (contained in the application)
  • A completed applicant appraisal form (see a form in application) from a school counselor or advisor, or a work supervisor who knows you well
  • Two letters of recommendation from instructors or employers

How to Apply: Interested students must complete the application and mail it along with a current, complete transcript of grades to Scholarship Management Services postmarked. Applicants are responsible for submitting two (2) complete sets of all application materials including transcripts and any attachments to Scholarship Management Services.

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