FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
$5,000 Hospitality Management Undergraduate Scholarship Offered, DEADLINE April, 1, 2018
The Colorado Restaurant Foundation, along with ZUUS Dynamic Scheduling, is awarding scholarships to students in undergraduate foodservice/hospitality management programs with work experience in the industry.
- Eligible candidates must be:
- A US Citizen or permanent resident
- Using the scholarship in an accredited post-secondary institution or program in a foodservice/hospitality related program
- Enrolled in a minimum of 9 credit hours each term and for at least two upcoming consecutive semesters
- Able to provide evidence of 6 months of work experience in foodservice/hospitality industry
- Willing to submit a complete application electronically at: https://www.zuusworkforce.com/zuus-undergraduate-scholarship/
Remit transcripts from all colleges attended, a resume, and two letters of recommendation on letterhead, including one from a current or previous employer, to:
Colorado Restaurant Foundation
ATTN: Courtney Baylie
430 E. 7th Avenue
Denver, CO 80203-3600
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Judges will score the candidate’s industry related work experience and course work, letters of recommendation, application essay questions, and in-person interview.
All applications and documents must be submitted NO LATER THAN April 1, 2018, no exceptions. Scholarship winners attendance is requested at the May 8, 2018 Colorado Restaurant Foundation Scholarship luncheon.
About ZUUS Dynamic Scheduling
Launched in 2014 in the US, ZUUS improves organizational labor cost data transparency for maximum profitability in a variety of industries including foodservice and hospitality. A cloud- based labor reporting and workforce management tool, it equips front-line managers to know their wage costs before the week starts, saving thousands of dollars through efficient scheduling that maximizes KPI’s, staff availability, awards, and penalties.
For more information about ZUUS Dynamic Scheduling, visit: https://www.zuusworkforce.com/
About Colorado Restaurant Foundation
The Colorado Restaurant Foundation (CRF) was established in 1987 as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization governed by a board of directors made up of restaurants, industry experts, K-12 and postsecondary hospitality educators. The philanthropic side of the Colorado Restaurant Association, the CRF’s mission is the training of all individuals in the foodservice industry and those individuals entering the industry.
For more information about the Colorado Restaurant Association or its Foundation, visit: http://www.coloradorestaurant.com