ANFP Leadership Institute
ANFP National Leadership Conference
The NFE Foundation is proud to support scholarship opportunities for dietary managers and students. Special scholarships are available for members to cover registration fees and help offset travel expenses to ANFP educational events including:
Applications are due May 31, 2013. Student Scholarships are also available to students accepted into or currently enrolled in an ANFP-approved training program.
OBJECTIVE:The NCANFP will award annual scholarships to non-certified, North Carolina Association of Nutrition & Foodservice Professionals members who wish to sit for the National Certification exam. The recipients must provide proof of eligibility to sit for the National Certification exam. This includes proof of successful completion of a ANFP approved course or program: either on-site or correspondence.
PROCEDURES: Selection of award recipients shall be completed by the Scholarship / Education Committee. The recommendations put forth from that committee will be reviewed and approved by a majority vote of the NC ANFP Board of Directors, in accordance with the policies approved for the administration of scholarships.
The CBDM certification exam is offered three times per year. The Scholarship Committee should receive all applications by April 30 to ensure proper processing time for the June Board of Directors meeting. If a recipient takes the exam in April, the NC ANFP will reimburse the exam fee. If the recipient takes the exam in October, the NC ANFP will issue a check directly to the recipient.
The scholarship award amount will be the current fee for the credentialing exam for an associate member as established by the National ANFP Office. If the recipient is not an associate member, they are responsible for the additional exam fee.
Each member is only eligible for the Ellon Seawell Certification Scholarship once. If the recipient fails the exam, the recipient is not eligible to reapply for the scholarship again.
Upon approval of the scholarship recipients, the Board of Directors will issue the checks directly to the members. It is the recipient's responsibility to apply for and pay for the certification exam with this scholarship. The NCANFP is not responsible for members who do not follow through with the exam process. The recipients will be recognized in the NC ANFP Newsletter, "Tarheel Tattler", and at the fall State NCANFP conference.
The NC ANFP Board of Directors reserves the right to deny scholarship funding if a member can not provide proof of eligibility to sit for the exam.
The North Carolina ANFP is proud to continue the sponsorship of this scholarship program originally created and sponsored by the following organizations:
- NC Department of Human Resources
- NC Health Care Facilities Association
- NC Hospital Association
- NC Association of Nutrition & Foodservice Professionals
- NC Dietetic Association, Inc.
- NC ChapterAmerican Society For Hospital Foodservice Administrators
NC ANFP, funded through the Sally J. Mooring Education Fund, will award up to three annual scholarships. The scholarships will be awarded to individuals who are currently working in the food service industry, preferably in a healthcare facility. The recipients must be enrolled in a ANFP approved course with the goal of becoming a Certified Dietary Manager or Dietetic Technician. Programs may be on-site or correspondence courses.
The scholarships will be awarded in two parts. One half of the award will be given upon acceptance into a ANFP approved program. The other half will be awarded upon successful completion of the program.
Applicants must meet the established criteria, submit a completed application, and provide a recommendation.
- The applicant must be a resident of North Carolina.
- The applicant must be employed in the food service industry.
- The applicant must be enrolled in a ANFP approved program.
- The applicant must complete the attached application form.
- The applicant must provide one letter of recommendation.
The deadline for applications is: August 31.
Upon completion of the ANFP approved program, and before receiving the second half of the award, the applicant must submit a brief summary (100 - 200 words) discussing the benefits derived from the ANFP approved program.