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The Trotter Project's Charlie Trotter Scholarship

$9,000

May 15, 2020

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Trotter Project’s Chef Charlie Trotter Scholarships — up to $9,000
    Awarded to culinary arts/hospitality students attending Washburne Culinary & Hospitality Institute
    Eligibility Requirements:
    Must have 2.5 or higher G.P.A. (unweighted)
    Must be a high school senior, incoming, or current college student to qualify for scholarships.
    Culinary Arts, Baking/Pastry or Hospitality student
    Must complete online application
    Must submit the following documents:
    - Resume highlighting community service, jobs/internships.
    - Transcript displaying cumulative G.P.A. weighted/unweighted
    - Letter of recommendation from someone who is able to discuss candidate’s academic achievements and/or character
    - Video expressing how you pursue excellence, your interest in culinary arts/hospitality and long-term goals. This is your opportunity to express individuality/creativity, passion, commitment and any other positive qualities Videos should not exceed three minutes. *If you experience any difficulties uploading your video, please send it to Program Manager, LaKiesha P. Dunn, at lpdunn@thetrotterproject.org
    COLLEGE STUDENTS ONLY- Must submit documentation from college/university demonstrating a balance/financial need.
    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.
  • Contact
  • LaKiesha P. Dunn
  • 902 S. Randall Rd.
  • Suite C #334
  • Saint Charles, IL 60174
  • lpdunn@thetrotterproject.org
  • 312-330-3304

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