3 SCHOLARSHIP PRIZES
The KVD Scholarship is offering three prizes:
2nd – $500
3rd – $500
Students must be enrolled in one of the following programs: Culinary Arts, The Arts, Social Sciences (History, Anthropology, Sociology, Poli-Sci).
Students must be enrolled in a college or university in Canada or the U.S.
(This includes students entering their first year of studies in September 2020. All years of undergraduate studies are eligible to apply).
HOW TO APPLY
PROVIDE PROOF OF ENROLLMENT
Proof includes acceptance letters, student ID, and class schedules.
SUBMIT ESSAY RESPONSE
To be eligible, students must provide a 500-word essay response to the following question: “How do you find ways to stay creative amidst the challenges and restrictions posed by the Covid-19 pandemic?”
APPLY BEFORE DECEMBER 31, 2020
Scholarship applications will be accepted until December 31, 2020.
Scholarship winners will be announced via social media and a press release in January 2021. Winners will be contacted prior via email.
*FOR QUESTIONS EMAIL APPLY@KARENVDAVISONSCHOLARSHIP.COM
Applications are being accepted until December 31, 2020.
Winners will be announced in January 2021.
ABOUT KAREN V DAVISON
Karen V Davison is a professional chef and culinary blogger from Dallas, Texas. She is a Texas woman through and through, having been born in Dallas, attended culinary school in Fort Worth, and now living back in Dallas.
Karen V Davison’s interest in the culinary arts began at a young age. She could spend hours watching her mother and grandmother cooking in their kitchen and wanted to learn everything about it. Her passion for cooking never let up, which led to her enrolling at the Culinary School of Fort Worth, a nationally accredited culinary institution.
After graduating, Karen V Davison took several odd jobs in various casual or fast-food restaurants in the area. Slowly, she worked her way up the ladder, going from associate chef to sous chef, and finally to head chef.
Currently, Karen V Davison is living in Dallas, Texas and working as a professional chef at one of the best fine dining restaurants in the city. On the side, she is also a successful blogger, with her very own culinary blog where she shares recipes and cooking tips with her many followers.
“If you are planning for a year, sow rice; if you are planning for a decade, plant trees; if you are planning for a lifetime, educate people.”CHINESE PROVERB