Scholarships and Grants
2013-14 Professional Development Internships and Independent Study Grants Announced
As the philanthropic partner of the International Association of Culinary Professionals, co-founded by Julia Child in 1984, The Culinary Trust has awarded nearly $1,500,000 through our scholarship and study grant program, assisting more than 500 talented individuals from all over the world in their pursuit of culinary knowledge and education. Beginning in 2012, we expanded that program to include professional development internships, placing emerging professionals in nonprofits working in innovative ways to overcome hunger and bring nutrition and cooking education to low-income youth across America.
We are pleased to announce the recipients of our 2013-14 professional development internships:
Tess Savery-Connors: City Harvest (NY, NY)
Lauren Hart: John Besh Foundation (New Orleans, LA)
Mariah Van Ermen: Purple Asparagus (Chicago, IL)
Hallie Meyer: Spoons Across America (NY, NY)
Stephen Bonett: Sustainable Food Center (Austin, TX)
Nancy Jessup, Kiernan Macdonald: Wellness in the Schools (NY, NY)
We are also pleased to announce the recipients of our 2013-14 Julia Child Independent Study grants:
2013-14 Scholarship Awardees Announced
We are pleased to announce the recipients of our 2013-14 scholarships:
Dublin Cookery: Maria Cachia
International Culinary Center NY Classic Culinary Arts: Paola Mesadieu
International Culinary Center NY Classic Pastry Arts: Christina Niarhos and Adam Richardson
Institute for Culinary Education Diploma Program: Ben Bruckenthal
Le Cordon Bleu Australia Advanced Diploma of Hospitality: Siti Bahari
Le Cordon Bleu Hautes Etudes du Gout: Balakrishnan Selvakumar
Le Cordon Bleu London Patisserie Program: Rojina McDonald
Le Cordon Bleu Paris Intermediate Cuisine Certificate: Shaheen Peerbhai
The success of The Culinary Trust scholarship program is due to the generous support of a number of great organizations.
Chefs Move to Schools Grants
Next Application Deadline: May 3, 2013
You can download the application here.
For more information, see our Chefs Move to Schools information page.
The Culinary Trust has awarded the 2013 Richard Sax Grant to Oakland Food Connection. Congratulations!
Oakland Food Connection’s mission is to promote nutritional awareness and access to healthy foods, and help build sustainable relationships between people and our planet. OFC envisions a future in which all people in and around Oakland, CA have access to healthy affordable food, and are informed about the ways food access affects our communities, our environment and each of us.
Your contribution to The Culinary Trust’s Richard Sax Grant directly supports organizations combatting hunger through innovative programs bringing together youth, families and communities for lasting change.
Click here to learn more about the Richard Sax Grant, which is awarded to an organization combatting hunger through programs bringing together youth, families and communities for lasting change.
Grants and Scholarships Awarded by The Culinary Trust:
CHEFS MOVE TO SCHOOLS GRANTS – Next grant cycle application launch date will be announced in late March 2013.
CULINARY EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS – For entering students
CONTINUING EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES – For Culinary Professionals
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNSHIPS – For Culinary Professionals
JULIA CHILD GRANTS FOR RESEARCH WRITING OR INDEPENDENT STUDY – For Culinary Professionals
RICHARD SAX GRANT – To an anti-hunger organization in the IACP Annual Conference host city, selected by The Culinary Trust Board of Trustees
JACQUES PEPIN SCHOLARSHIP – We are currently building the endowment to fund the Jacques Pepin Minority High School Student Scholarship. Please contribute to the endowment by making a donation today.
Scholarships, Grants, and Professional Development Internships Previously Awarded:
Click here for the April 15, 2012 Chefs Move to Schools Winners!
Click here for the 2012-2013 Scholarship and Grant Winners!
Click here for the 2012-2013 Internship Recipients!
Chefs Move to Schools Grant Application 2012-2013 (Now Closed)