Worthy Goal Scholarship

Scholarship Description

The Worthy Goal Scholarship awards scholarships ranging from $250 to $1,500 to assist with tuition costs.  This scholarship is open to students enrolled or accepted as full-time students in a food service related major at a two or four year college/university. REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: *All sections below Must Be Typed, the only exceptions include the application and letters of recommendation. Each item does not need to be on a separate page. If a section is not applicable, please state so. (Example: #4 - N/A, I do not belong to an organization)1. Print and fill-out in black ink the Worthy Goal Scholarship Application (see website)2. Provide a personal financial statement summary. This summary must include your projected school expenses for one year beginning with the fall semester. Also provide your income/fundraising. If you have a student loan, please indicate the type of loan.3. In 500 words or less, describe your personal background. Please include:A. When you became interested in the foodservice fieldB. What aptitudes and interest will allow you to succeedC. What your goals are; professionally and personallyD. Any foodservice courses taken in high school or elsewhere before current program4. Provide your work experience, listing your foodservice experience first. Please list the company, job title, and length of time you held the position. Please describe how the work experience encouraged you to pursue a career in the foodservice industry.5. What professional Student Organizations are you a member? Describe the leadership roles you may have played. Please DO NOT include fraternal or social organizations.6. In 250 words or less, describe how receiving the Worthy Goal Scholarship would help you in reaching the goals you have set for yourself.7. Submit Transcript of Grades:• Student Currently Enrolled in College: College Transcripts• Graduating High School Student: High School Transcripts and College Acceptance Letter• New College Student: High School Transcripts and College Acceptance Letter• College Student Transferring to new College: College Transcripts and Acceptance Letter8. Submit three letters of recommendation. A minimum of two may be written by an employer or supervisor. Any person familiar with your work performance may testify to the facts.

Year of Need: College Freshman, College Sophomore, College Junior, College Senior,

Type: Merit Based

Num Awards: Multiple

Min Award: 250

Max Award: 1500

Deadline: 2018-12-31


Sponsoring Organization International Food Service Executives Association
4955 Miller Street, Suite 107
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Contact Person:

Phone: 800-893-5499



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