Restaurant/hospitality Industry Scholarships

Here are some of the Restaurant/hospitality Industry scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.

Ray & Gertrude Marshall Scholarship Fund

Applicant must be a current member in good standing of the American Culinary Federation. Applicant must be enrolled in an accredited, post-secondary school of culinary arts, or other post-secondary culinary training program acceptable to the ACF. Applicant must have completed one grading period in the program prior to the date of the scholarship application.

NEWH Scholarships

Criteria: 1. Must be majoring in the hospitality field (ie: hotel/restaurant management, culinary, food service, architecture, design). 2. Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. 3. Must have completed half the requirements for a degree or certification program. Contact Information: Students interested in applying for this scholarship should pick up an application from the Center for Scholarship Information ((562) 985-2549;; USU-108).

NEWH Las Vegas Chapter Scholarship

Qualifications:  Must be a currently enrolled student attending an accredited college  Must have completed half the requirements for a degree or certification in the program you are currently enrolled  Must show financial need and have eligible outstanding debt for tuition, books or supplies at time of scholarship award  Must have a 3.0 GPA  Must have a career objective in one of the areas of the Hospitality Industry (i.e., Hotel/Restaurant Management, Culinary/Foodservice, Architecture, Interior Design, etc.) Please attach the following:  Student essay, to include: o Background of yourself and your experience o Your goals and objectives after graduation o What prompted you to choose this career o Do you feel you made a contribution to your school program or fellow students through leadership or participation o Why is obtaining this scholarship important to you o If your application is not accepted, what plans do you have for financing  Official Transcript  Letters of recommendation from Professor, advisor and/or department head  Letters from industry professionals, employers, etc. Submit all items by mail to: Karen Licea 4022 Dean Martin Drive Las Vegas, NV 89103 (P): 702.883.1383 (E):  

NYSHTA Professional Scholarships

The Hospitality Foundation's Professional Development Scholarship Program offers New York State Hospitality & Tourism Association (NYSH&TA) member employees scholarships for professional development activities. These activities include professional development courses at colleges and universities, and certification courses through the Educational Institute, of the American Hotel and Lodging Association. The program provides a scholarship award (50% activity costs up to $1,000) to an employee of a NYSH&TA member property. This will allow employees to improve their knowledge of any subject to support their development in the hospitality industry, while covering a portion of expenses accrued by the employee and employer. As a result, the burden of individual contributions may be lightened, though not necessarily eliminated. Who is Eligible? Employees of NYSH&TA members that have been employed for at least one year at that property are eligible to apply for the professional development scholarship. Applicant Requirements It will be the obligation and the responsibility of the applicant to supply the awards committee information about activities they wish to pursue. Funds will not be available in advance, but will be reimbursed upon receipt of documented expenses.

IRA Educational Foundation Scholarship Program

Applicant Qualifications To qualify for a scholarship, you must:  Be a permanent resident of the State of Illinois  Be accepted and plan to enroll in an accredited culinary school, college or university  Enrolled as a full-time or substantial part-time student, taking a minimum of 9 credit hours each term.  Major in a culinary, restaurant management or foodservice related program Required Documentation To be considered for a scholarship, your application packet must include the following: 1. Signed hard copy of application (typed and fully complete). You may type into the application if your form shows blue boxes that you can type your text into. If not, the document must be printed and then typed. 2. Official transcripts: o Graduating high school seniors: unofficial copies are acceptable, until official copies are released. o Current college students: transcript must be sent for all academic institutions attended. 3. One essay (250 words minimum) 4. Two signed recommendation forms. The letters must be on company or school letterhead. You may submit one additional recommendation.  One from an employer or industry professional  One from an instructor in the restaurant and or foodservice industry must be included. 5. Photocopied documentation of honors and achievements 6. A copy of the acceptance letter from a culinary school, college or university. 7. Verification of work experience. Work experience can include any paid employment, volunteer experiences, community service hours, or kitchen/lab experience as part of your education. You will be judged on the work hours that are verified by the following documents. No other documents will be accepted.  Copies of paycheck stubs. Do not send copies of W-2 forms;  A letter from your employer, supervisor, or teacher verifying your total work hours. It must be on company or school letterhead. The number of work hours must be include. 8. Documentation sent separately (such as transcripts, references) from the application must be postmarked by the application deadline or your application will be disqualified.

C-CAP Cooking Competition for Scholarships

Eligibility Requirements: Applicants must meet ALL of the requirements listed below in order be eligible for the C-CAP Cooking Competition for Scholarships: Applicant must currently attend a C-CAP partner public high school or after school program Applicant must be a Junior or Senior in high school, or must be enrolled in a GED program, or must have passed the GED test Applicant must be 21 years old or younger Senior applicants must have taken one (1) culinary course at the C-CAP approved high school or after school program (includes the course you are currently enrolled in), two (2) courses is preferred Junior applicants must currently be enrolled in a culinary course All GED applicants must have their GED scores on or before the date of the final competition The C-CAP Cooking Competition for Scholarships is a three-tier cooking competition where high school students compete for scholarships to support their post-secondary culinary and hospitality education. Students must be selected to participate in each of the following steps: C-CAP Application C-CAP Preliminary Competition C-CAP Final Competition

David R. Parsley Endowed Scholarship Fund for Supply Chain Management

The David R. Parsley Endowed Scholarship Fund for Supply Chain Management was created to encourage students to pursue higher education towards furthering their career in food service supply chain management. This scholarship was named after David R. Parsley, senior vice president of supply chain management for Brinker International, Inc., who is the former chairman of the National Restaurant Association’s Supply Chain Management Executive Study Group and was instrumental in the Group’s formation and growth. Under his leadership, the Group became a best-in-class forum for networking, relationship building and mutual exchange of information relative to supply chain. The group focuses on supply chain management best practices that have application across the restaurant, food service and hospitality industry. Who Can Apply: Students pursuing undergraduate degrees in supply chain management.

University Entrance Scholarship

Areas of Studies: Hospitality, Hotel, Tourism Who Can Apply * High school students in their final year of school and who are enrolling in September of this year in a university degree program in one of the above mentioned areas of training or study. This only applies to universities who offer the above areas of studies in their first year. * Third year university students who are enrolling in September at the above mentioned areas of studies. This applies to universities whose above mentioned areas of studies start in the third year, not in the first year of a degree program * 2 + 2 program – college students who have finished a 2-year program in college and will be starting their third year in September for another 2-year program in a university * Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents in Canada How to ApplyPlease submit your completed application form and the following documents to the Awards Officer or your professor. Missing answers or incomplete documents may be grounds for elimination. * Completed and signed application form (we discourage the use of pencil to fill in the form and would encourage typewritten submission) * OFFICIAL Transcript of Records - (NOTE: web grades, academic records, photocopy,emailed nor faxed transcripts are NOT accepted)- High School Students: Final official transcript and report card (first semester/first term) from your current school- Third (3rd) year of a degree program: Official transcripts from 1st and 2nd year of a degree program for those whose areas of studies start in their third year- 2 + 2 program: Final-year official transcript from a college * Resumé o Letter/s of recommendation from a current faculty member and/or school administrator has to be signed and must include address, telephone and where possible, email address o Letter/s of recommendation from past or present employers has to be signed and must include address, telephone and where possible, email addressCriteriaApplications are to be judged on the following criteria. Points assigned to each of the criteria (from a total of 100 points) are as follows: * Work experience (20): based on quality and length of work experience with extra points for foodservice, hospitality, and culinary-related experience and for increased levels of responsibility * Scholarship record (20): based on grade point average * Leadership and ability to get along with others (25): based on work experience, letters of reference and responses to application questions. * Professional promise (25): based on work experience, letters of reference and responses to application questions * Discretionary points (10): given to the discretion of each judge and based amongst other things on quality of application (neatness, imagination and effort put into the presentation).

Ted J. Balestreri & Bert P. Cutino Scholarship

This scholarship is for any student pursuing an education in a restaurant, foodservice, or hospitality related major with preference to individuals from the Monterey county area will be considered first and those from the State of California will be considered second. After candidates meeting that criteria have been considered, applicants from other areas of the United States will be considered. Additionally, employees of the Monterey Peninsula Country Club are eligible for this scholarship. Recipients must be pursuing an education and career in hospitality field. Who Can Apply: Preference given to Monterey county-area residents, state of California residents and Monterey Peninsula County Club employees.

AH&LEF Graduate Scholarship

Eligibility:•If the applicant has an undergraduate degree in hospitality or four years employment in the lodging industry after graduation then he/she can be enrolled in any graduate program related to his/her career within the industry (i.e. hospitality, business, accounting, human resources, etc.) If the applicant does not have an undergraduate degree in hospitality management or the four years post graduate lodging work experience, then he/she must be enrolled in a graduate hospitality management program. •Enrollment can be full or part-time.•Have a minimum overall GPA of 3.0.•Be a U.S. citizen or permanent U.S. resident.

CRAEF ProStart Scholarship

Awards scholarships to qualified students in foodservice/hospitality management programs. Applicants must have demonstrated strong interest in the foodservice/hospitality industry as evidenced through documentable work experience in the industry. Eligibility Criteria: Note: Any applications which do not meet the following criteria or are not legible will be automatically disqualified. • Be enrolled in the ProStart® program at your high school or in your school district • Be accepted into an approved postsecondary program, starting Fall • Have a minimum Final, Overall Grade Point Average of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale • Have some documented industry-related work experience. Please Return: • Your Application, typed or printed clearly, indicating “N/A” (not applicable) when appropriate • An official high school transcript sent directly from high school to our offices • A Resume • Documentation of industry related work experience. • Two letters of recommendation. At least one letter must be from a current or previous employer. Teacher recommendations are also welcome. • A “Letter of Intent” stating that you are enrolled/enrolling in an accredited foodservice/hospitality related program for a minimum of 9 credit hours (ie: your college “acceptance” letter)

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