CT Hospitality Educational Foundation Scholarship
The Connecticut Hospitality Educational Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Connecticut Restaurant Association, will award scholarships this year to students pursuing a career in the Culinary Arts, Restaurant Management or an affiliated degree. The deadline for applications is April 1, 2017.
Application will be available February 1, 2017.
National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation Scholarships
The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation wants to put you on the path to achieving your dreams. The NRAEF offers a variety of merit-based scholarships to students who want an education and a career in the food service industry, starting at $2,500 scholarships. Click here for more details.
The ProStart program has articulation agreements with over 60 colleges and universities across the country. Read about them here.
ProStart Scholarship Opportunities 2016
The following scholarship opportunities were available to the students competing at the 2016 Connecticut ProStart Invitational.
International Culinary Institutes at the Art Institutes: The first place winners of each competition will receive a $3,000 tuition scholarship, renewable for up to four years for a maximum of $12,000; to attend any of our over 35 schools across the U.S. Winners of the state contests may contact Julie Walsh at The Art Institutes at 1-800-275-2440 for more information and scholarship details. In addition, many Art Institutes schools offer additional scholarships for winning Culinary and Management teams.
Johnson & Wales University: $1,000 for each 1st place team member, $750 for each 2nd place team member.
Louisiana Culinary Institute: $3,000 for each 1st place team member, $2,000 for each 2nd place team member.
New England Culinary Institute: The New England Culinary Institute awards scholarships in the Culinary Arts and Management Competitions. NECI gives $15,000 ($5,000 per residency) to each 1st place team member, $12,000 ($4,000 each residency) to 2nd place team members.
Other Opportunities for ProStart Students not competing:
FAQ's About the ProStart Program
How can my school become a ProStart School?
The school/educator must agree and or meet the following criteria:
My school already participates in Skills USA/FCCLA. Can we also do ProStart?
Yes! ProStart is a curriculum and program. It integrates well with existing FCCLA and Skills USA schools.
What are the Educator's Responsibilities?
How are ProStart Lessons prepared?
With ProStart, absolutely everything needed for fun, interesting and informative instruction is provided for you.