The first-place winner at each school will be awarded a tuition scholarship worth $4,000, the second-place winner will be awarded a tuition scholarship worth $1,000. All tuition scholarships must be used at The Art Institute in which the applicant represents and applies, and are non-transferable. Upon accepting the scholarship, the student must agree to begin his/her culinary arts studies in the summer or fall quarter immediately following the national cook-off.
One first and one second place award offered annually at each AI location.
Interested students must contact the Art Institutes school offering a culinary arts program that he/she plans to attend. The student should then submit the following to the same school: his/her favo ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.