for Emerging and Established Professionals
New York, NY (December 30, 2010)
The Culinary Trust, the International Association of Culinary Professional's (IACP) philanthropic foundation for 26 years, will accept scholarship applications for formal culinary education and independent study now through March 1, 2011. The 23 scholarships offer an assortment of funding opportunities from accredited culinary schools and organizations worldwide, including two grants named in honor of founding trustee Julia Child.
The Culinary Trust has awarded over a million dollars since 1992, improving the careers of students and professionals alike. Chef Tessa Lieberman comments "Everyone is amazed, as I was, that there are even grants for chefs!" And recent graduate Katherine Humphus agrees. "I cannot put into words the wealth of knowledge and training that I gained."
The scholarships are valid from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012 (unless otherwise noted in the 2011-2012 Scholarship Program Listing) and applications must be postmarked by March 1, 2011.
2011-12 Scholarship Donors:
Applicants may visit The Culinary Trust's Web site at www.theculinarytrust.org to download the 2011-2012 Scholarship Program Listing & Application which provides complete details for all available awards, or apply online at 2011-2012 Scholarship Application. Applications may also be received by contacting The Culinary Trust by mail at PO Box 273 New York, NY 10013, by phone or fax at 646.224.6989, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Culinary Trust
Founded in 1978, the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) connects culinary professionals with the people, places and knowledge they need to succeed. Its 3,000 members represent a distinguished roster of influential food professionals that include cooking teachers and cooking school owners; caterers, chefs and restaurateurs; food writers and cookbook authors; editors and publishers of the world's consumer and trade press; food stylists and photographers; wine professionals; television personalities; recipe developers and test kitchen personnel; public relations, marketing and communications professionals; and many others with a special interest in the culinary arts. To learn more about IACP, please visit www.iacp.com.