TigerChef.com Culinary and Hospitality Scholarship Program

The TigerChef.com Culinary and Hospitality Scholarship Program is available for U.S. and Canadian students who are currently enrolled in a culinary or hospitality program. Applicants must submit an original essay of between 500 and 600 words describing what inspired them to pursue this career.

Consolidated Foodservice Scholarship

This scholarship is available for high school seniors and current undergraduate students who are majoring in or planning to major in culinary arts or hospitality. Applicants must submit a short essay describing his/her interest in the field.

Mary Macey Scholarship Program

This scholarship is available for undergraduate women who have completed at least one academic year of study with a grade point average of 2.0 or higher. Applicants must be employed or have been previously employed in a food retailing business, and must plan to pursue a career related to food retail.

Roger Collins Leadership Scholarship

This award is available for U.S. upperclass undergraduates who have a grade point average of 2.5 or higher, experience working in a grocery store or other food retailer, and a history of demonstrating leadership.

Dr Pepper Tuition Giveaway Contest

U.S. students between the ages of 18 and 24 are eligible for this award. Students must submit a short statement, and if enough votes are acquired, a one-minute video explaining their one-of-a-kind goal and how they will make an impact on the world. Click here to learn more and apply today!

Annie’s Homegrown Sustainable Agriculture Scholarship

This scholarship is available for U.S. and international undergraduate and graduate students who are studying sustainable agriculture. Students must attend full time. Last year, there were three $10,000 awards and three $2,500 awards given in each category (graduate and undergraduate).

Coca-Cola First Generation Scholarship

This scholarship is available for U.S. college freshmen who are American Indian or Alaska Native with proof of enrollment or descendancy. Students must be the first in their immediate family to attend college, have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher, and plan to attend a tribal college.