Ben's Original Canada 'Seat at the Table' Scholarship - Culinary Management - Fall 2022

Presented to students in the Culinary Management program who self-identifies as Black/African, Indigenous, or a Racialized person. This scholarship will be presented to students who demonstrate financial need with preference given to applicants in good academic standing (GPA of 70% or greater). See additional criteria below. A letter of reference from an instructor, counselor or community leader, or employer is required as part of the application.

Recipients must also demonstrate non-academic success, including but not limited to:

  • Overcoming barriers and challenges in pursuit of their education;
  • Making positive contributions to the classroom, college, or community;
  • Participating in volunteer activities;
  • Received industry-specific awards, training, or employment.

Culinary Management, Longo Faculty of Business
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please discuss your career interest in the food services industry.
  2. Please include the area of study you plan to pursue, why you have an interest in that area of study and your career goals.
  3. What does it mean for you to “have a seat at the table” for a career in the food services industry?
  4. Please share how you demonstrate non-academic success.
  5. Please provide a reference.