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CANFIT Nutrition, Physical Education and Culinary Arts Scholarships

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March 31, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Undergraduate and graduate scholarships are available for California African-American, American Indian, Alaska Native, Asian American, Pacific Islander or Latino/Hispanic students expressing financial need to study nutrition, physical education or culinary arts in the state of California. By providing undergraduate and graduate scholarships, CANFIT hopes to encourage more students to consider careers that will improve adolescent nutrition and fitness.

    All applicants must be ethnic students, affiliated from African-American, American Indian, Alaska Native, Asian-American, Pacific Islander or Latino/Hispanic descent.

    Undergraduate Requirements:
    -Enrollment in an approved bachelor level program in Nutrition or Physical Education at an accredited (WASC) university in California
    -50 semester units (or equivalent) of college credits completed with an official copy of college transcript and a 2.5 or better GPA (cumulative)

    Graduate Requirements:
    -Enrollment in an approved master level or doctoral graduate program in Nutrition, Public Health or Physical Education; or American Dietetic Association
    -Approved Pre-professional Practice Program at an accredited university in California
    -12-15 units of graduate course work completed and verified with an official copy of university transcript and a 3.0 or better GPA (cumulative)

    Culinary Requirements:
    -Enrollment in a culinary arts college in California
    -Prior completed units (or equivalent) of college credits not necessary to apply

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 2140 Shattuck Ave
  • Suite 1110
  • Berkeley, CA 94704
  • info@canfit.org
  • tel: 510-644-1533
  • fax: 510-644-1535

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