Letitia B. Carter Scholarship

$2,000

April 15, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Letitia B. Carter scholarship is presented by the Restaurant Association of Maryland Education Foundation in memory of former CEO of the Restaurant Association of Maryland. This competitive scholarship is awarded to Maryland residents interested in pursuing hospitality-related coursework. It is available to high school students and college students as well as high school, college or corporate instructors and current hospitality industry professionals.

    Eligibility Criteria:
    -Maryland resident
    -High school senior or college student
    -High school, college or corporate instructor
    -Hospitality industry professional
    -Must be pursuing hospitality related coursework
    -Interviews may be required of finalists
    -A minimum cumulative unweighted grade point average of 3.0 (high school and college students only)
    -A minimum of 400 hours documented industry experience (high school and college students only)
    -A minimum of 1,500 hours documented industry experience (instructors, teachers and industry applicants only)

    For more details and to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • LaDeana Wentzel
  • Maryland Hospitality Education Foundation
  • 6301 Hillside Ct.
  • Columbia, MD 21046
  • LaDeana@ramef.org
  • 410-290-6800 x1015

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