Financial aid for colleges are not always easy to retrieve. Some many not make all the requirements while others just can’t afford to go to school. That is why The Art Institutes are helping the future culinary students of America to follow their interests in culinary arts. The Art Institutes International Culinary Schools Best Teen Chef Scholarships will be given to those who compete and succeed in winning the cook-offs.
In order to compete, the person must be in their fourth year of high school or has just graduated (ages 16 or over). A recipe with title, ingredients list, instructions, servings, and ideas of presentation must be present as well as an essay between 500 and 1,000 words. A picture of the dish may be included, but isn’t required. “Today the culinary industry requires chefs with both creative passion and solid technical skills,” says Chef Michael Nenes, Assistant Vice President of Culinary Arts for The International Culinary Schools at The Art
Institutes. “The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institutes nurture creative inspiration as well as solid classical technique.”
For more facts of The Art Institutes and information on the culinary competitions, visit www.aicompetitions.com/culinary2013/.
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