Career Student Scholarship Information
To provide financial support for students who are pursuing a degree in engineering, maintenance or machine operations and are interested in a career in the wholesale baking industry.
A maximum of five scholarships in the amount of $4,000 each will be awarded each year. Scholarships will be allocated by $2,000 per semester and will be revoked if the student discontinues their educational program. Scholarships can only be used for future tuition. Scholarship funds will be issued directly to the university.
Conditions of Eligibility
Must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident.
Must have interned in a wholesale bakery or have a commitment to intern within the coming year.
Must have been accepted for admission into a college/university/vocational or technical school program for engineering, maintenance or machine operations for the coming semester.
Must be a high school senior, or currently enrolled full-time as a freshman, sophomore or junior in college.
Must become a student member of ASB (Free Student Membership).
Must commit to attending ASB BakingTech Annual Conference in Chicago, March 1-3, 2020 (complimentary registration, transportation and housing).
Applicants must meet the above criteria.
Complete the application form and the essay questions.
Submit an official school transcript with cumulative grade point average.
Submit a teacher recommendation and another letter of recommendation from a non-relative.
If you have already interned at a bakery, submit a letter from your supervisor, or a commitment/acceptance letter for an upcoming internship.
Application and supporting documents must be mailed/emailed by the deadline of June 1, 2019.
ASB’s Student Task Force will select Scholarship recipients on the basis of academic record, educational and career objectives and commitment to wholesale baking industry. Selections will be made and recipient notified by July 1, 2019.
Submit application to:
American Society of Baking
7809 N. Chestnut Avenue
Kansas City, MO 64119