BRONX, NY – Six students in the Harry S Truman High School Culinary Arts Program have qualified to compete for a share of a large major scholarship program.
The Careers Through The Culinary Arts Program in Manhattan offers a college scholarship competition for culinary, pastry, hospitality, nutrition and travel-and-tourism majors with prizes ranging from $1,500 cash scholarship to full college tuition at the school of their choice.
This year the following students made it into the preliminary competition: Brayden Boscio, Khristian Goland, Geannaby Hernandez, Miguel Diaz, Sammantha Solomon and Danielle Murrain. These students will be competing against almost a hundred students from all over the state for the few available scholarships. The preliminary competition is on February 4. In that round, students will have to make two french-rolled omelets each and an elegant cucumber salad.
Last year Jodi Ann Williams won a $120,000 Johnson and Wales full tuition scholarship resulting from her participation in the culinary program. Best wishes to this year’s competitors.