BCA is able to carry out its mission only through the generosity of
sponsors, individual donations, and grants. Our track record allows us
to build long-lasting relationships with supporters, and we are always
looking towards the future. BCA's grant and fundraising committee
designs and implements plans to secure sustainable sources of funding.
This funding allows us to support students to further their studies and professionals to advance their careers.
This summer and fall the grant committee will be focusing on
funding for two programs: Real World Meets Students and the Youth Urban
The Real World Meets Students is an integrated
curriculum, mentoring, and internship program directed at students from
the high school through college levels.
The Youth Urban Green Project,
a component of the BCA's Urban Green Consortium, aims to bring culinary
students chosen by the BCA into under-served and marginalized
neighborhoods with high rates of diabetes, heart disease, and other
food-related health problems. These students will lead workshops and
demonstrations on healthful living and nutrition.
If you have experience with grant-writing or fundraising and would like to help the grant/fundraising committee, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with "Grant/Fundraising Committee Volunteer" in the subject line, or visit our page at Volunteer Match.
October 15, 2013
Jefferson Evans Talks LIFE in the Culinary Arts October 15, 2013
Jefferson Evans became the first graduate of color at the Culinary Institute of America in 1947, and was later honored by BCA Global at the 1996 Cultural Awareness Salute Gala withthe Jefferson Evans Award. Symbolizing the importance of discipline, consistency and upholding the highest....
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