Art Institutes announce Best Teen Chef competition

By Jay Gory, thecheers.org    2011-12-19 05:24:39    

PITTSBURGH, PA - The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institutes announced that they will be offering Culinary Scholarship competitions for both teens and adults for the year of 2012.
PITTSBURGH, PA - The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institutes announced that they will be offering Culinary Scholarship competitions for both teens and adults for the year of 2012.

This competition is here now for its 13th year and is available for people from U.S. and Canada interested in cooking, or rather in pursuing a culinary career. During the competition you will be able to match your skills against other competitors.

There are two categories in which the prizes are given out - high school senior category and high school graduate category.

The prizes are the following - the winners will earn tuition scholarships where $4000 will go to the Best Teen Chef competition winner, $1000 to the second place (high school senior category) and $1500 will go to the first place winner of the high school graduate category.

The Art Institutes is put together of over 45 education institutions in North America and offers educations for people interested in fashion, arts, design and of course - culinary field. The winners of the competition will be able to start their studies in one of those culinary schools.

For more information, see Aspiring Chefs Test Their Creative Skills in the Kitchen.

Aspiring Chefs Test Their Creative Skills in the Kitchen
Jay Gory, The Cheers News


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