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Applications to apply for FEDHASA Cape’s 2019 Youth Bursary programme are now open.
The programme is open to deserving students studying towards a hospitality qualification and/or interns from FEDHASA Cape hospitality member establishments and will cover successful applicant’s tuition fees.
The FEDHASA Cape Youth Bursary Fund was established in 2013.
Over the last six years, the bursary has made R370 000 available to fund the studies of seven students and is funded by procceds raised at the annual FEDHASA Cape Golf Day, held earlier this month. Jeff Rosenberg, chairperson of FEDHASA Cape says the annual scholarship is the organisation’s way of investing in future hospitality industry leaders.
“The bursary is awarded to deserving hospitality students, who are completing their third and final year of studies or interns working in our member establishments.
Not only will the programme assist with tuition fees, but it will also provide the mentorship to develop these students into up-and-coming hospitality industry leaders.
We urge eligible applicants who meet the necessary requirements to enlist,” adds Rosenberg. In-line with the strignent application requirments, Rosenberg says training institutions are also requested to provide FEDHASA Cape with selected student’s academic progress at least twice a year.
The bursary also includes a year membership to the FEDHASA Young Professionals segment. “There are many worthy students out there who simply cannot afford to see their studies through.
This bursary relieves students from less fortunate social circumstances, of the financial burden of their studies.
This will allow these academically strong candidates to focus solely on their bright futures, without the worry of securing funds,” Rosenberg says.
Tick box requirements:
· Hospitality students in their second year of studies or trainees from FEDHASA Cape member establishments or industry training schools
· Full academic record
· A letter of recommendation from a lecturer
· Motivation highlighting financial obstacles that could hinder study payments
· For South African citizens only