(MEMPHIS, TN – October 17, 2023) Vintage901, a nonprofit organization who promotes access to the culinary arts through education, enrichment and community engagement, launches its Vintage901 Wine + Food Scholarship. The award of $2,500 will be given to a high school senior and undergraduate student pursuing a career in culinary arts.
“Vintage901 is committed to providing access to wine and food education and enrichment to the Memphis community and beyond,” said Stephanie Ferreira, Founder and CEO of Vintage901. “This scholarship will assist those students from underrepresented communities pursue their dreams in the culinary arts.”
Students seeking a degree in culinary arts, viticulture/viniculture, oenology and wine business or related fields are encouraged to apply. Applicants are required to submit a one-page essay, letter of recommendation and community service hours along with their application.
“We want to provide financial support to the next generation that’s ready to share the art of presentation, science, and technique of eating and drinking well in our community and the world,” said Ferreira.
Applications for the Vintage901 Wine + Food Scholarship are now open and will close on December 15, 2023. To learn more about Vintage901, the scholarship or to apply, visit www.vintage901.org/scholarship.
Vintage901® is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes access to the culinary arts through education, enrichment, and engagement with their community. Vintage901 hosts thoughtfully curated events that blend classic and modern culinary experiences and appeal to the connoisseur and the curious, its largest being its two-day Vintage901 Wine, Food and Music Spring Festival. To learn more, visit www.vintage901.org.
For more information or if you would like to interview someone from Vintage901, contact Jennifer Sharp, The Carter Malone Group, LLC, at 901.278.0881 or email@example.com.