Scholarships are a great way to help fund your education. Not only do they help to cover costs but they attest to your competence and enhance your resume. We keep an updated list of scholarships for culinary students and your admissions officer will be happy to help you apply.
You can also count on us for information about competitions that earn cash rewards, prizes, work experience, contacts and fame. Some of the competitions our students regularly enter are: Pears, Steamwhistle, and the Fiddlehead Culinary Contest.
Liaison College students can apply for scholarships from many organizations. We thank the following organizations for their on-going commitment to our students: Mercer Tools, US Pear, Wiley, WFIM (Women in Food Management).
A.C.T (Access College Training) Liaison College Academic scholarship program
This scholarship offers up to $5,000.00 in tuition fee credit at Liaison College, plus job placement assistance, lifetime refresher courses, and an invitation to the Recipient’s Dinner. It is aimed at young students and is offered at the campus level. Download and fill in this form to apply for the scholarship. More information is available in the pdf file.
At their discretion, individual campuses may offer a tuition fee credit for Cook Basic I honours studnets who wish to complete the Cook Advanced Level II program.
Mercer Tool Award
This annual cash award of $250.00 cash is offered to a graduate of Cook Basic I or Cook Advanced II training. More information is available in the downloadable pdf.
US Pear Scholarship
The Pear Funds was established in thanks for the help, support and assistance Liaison College provided during the student Culinary Chef contest held in winter 2007. The amount of the scholarship is $250 cash. This is an annual award, and the terms of the scholarship and application form can be found in the application package. Deadline is December 31st of each year.
Wiley Student Award
Wiley graciously provides books, up to the value of $200 annually, to each campus, to award as prizes for graduates.
Women In Food Industry Management
WFIM (Women in Food Industry Management) offers a $250 annual cash scholarship to a female graduate student from Cook Basic I or Cook Advanced II.
Liaison College offers ongoing support with our exclusive Career Action Plan Services (CAPS)
CAPS, developed exclusively by Liaison College, provides maximum assistance to our graduates as they launch their careers. Our graduate services team will guide you through making the right choices with:
- Career Counseling & Job Search Techniques
- Resume Preparation Assistance
- Interview Preparation & Techniques
- Job Directory & Job Placement Assistance
- Lifetime Course Refresher Privileges
- Lifetime Course Fee Discounts
- Lifetime Membership in the Alumni Association