C-CAP Cooking Competition for Scholarships

Imagine the thrill of cooking for a panel of judges for thousands of dollars in scholarships. It’s not TV, it's the C-CAP Cooking Competition for Scholarships. The challenge: prepare classic French dishes to demonstrate your culinary, safety and sanitation, and presentation skills in a timed competition. The reward: scholarships to attend the best culinary schools and programs in the country.Applicants must meet all of the requirements in order be eligible for the C-CAP Cooking Competition for Scholarships:-Applicant must currently attend a C-CAP partner public high school or after school program-Applicant must be a junior or senior in high school, or must be enrolled in a GED program, or must have passed the GED test-Applicant must be 21 years old or younger -Senior applicants must have taken one (1) culinary course at the C-CAP approved high school or after school program (includes the course you are currently enrolled in), two (2) courses is preferred-Junior applicants must currently be enrolled in a culinary course-All GED applicants must have their GED scores on or before the date of the final competitionFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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