Announcing Hospitality NZ/SKY Future Leaders Scholarships

21 August, 2014 by
Hospitality Business
Sam Cunningham – Blankenberge Belgian Beer Café – Stella Artois Draught Master/Hospitality NZ Future Leader Scholarship Recipient, and one of the Young Guns taking part in this year’s Hospitality New Zealand Future Leaders Day, September 16, Bay Trust Forum, Energy Events Centre, Rotorua.

Sam Cunningham – Blankenberge Belgian Beer Café – Stella Artois Draught Master/Hospitality NZ Future Leader Scholarship Recipient, and take part in the Hospitality New Zealand Future Leaders Day.

Are you one of hospitality’s future leaders? Do you currently work in the hospitality industry, and want to get a qualification without leaving your job to study?

Are you serious about a career in one of New Zealand’s most exciting and fast paced industries, and want to make a difference in it? Then we want to help you achieve that goal.

Hospitality New Zealand is the largest organisation representing all segments of the hospitality industry. We’re here to help make hospitality businesses and their staff more successful. As part of this commitment, we’re investing in the people working in it.

If you’re currently working in hospitality or have a staff member who you believe has what it takes to be successful then check out our Hospitality NZ/SKY Future Leaders Scholarships.

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What do the scholarships offer?

Eight Hospitality NZ/SKY Future Leaders Scholarships valued up to $3000 each, includes $2000 towards fees* for studying the National Diploma in Hospitality Level 5 (Operational Management) and up to $1000 reimbursement of costs to attend the Future Leaders Day at the 2015 Hospitality New Zealand annual conference

Scholarship winners will receive peer and industry recognition and their employers will be seen as supporting the up-skilling of the industry.

Jiemin Aw and Sarah Harrap – Bronze Medal winners 2014 WACS Global Pastry Chef Competition, and topping off a stellar ride, Jiemin and Sarah have been appointed Young Guns to take part in the 2014 Hospitality New Zealand Future Leaders Day, September 16, Bay Trust Forum, Energy Events Centre, Rotorua.

Jiemin Aw and Sarah Harrap – Bronze Medal winners 2014 WACS Global Pastry Chef Competition, and have been appointed to take part in the 2014 Hospitality New Zealand Future Leaders Day.

Eligibility

Applicants must currently be working in the hospitality industry and have their employer’s support to commence study for the Diploma in 2015. All applicants must be New Zealand citizens or permanent residents. For full terms and conditions refer to www.hospitalitynz.org.nz/scholarships

* Balance of fee for the Diploma is to be paid by the winner or their employer

Application process

Applicants should submit the following by 26 September 2014

  1. A fully completed application form that is on the other side of this page.
  2. A copy of your latest CV and a 300 word statement outlining your career aspirations.
  3. A letter of recommendation from your current employer approving your application, committing to support you with the on-the-job training required for the Diploma and allowing you to attend the 2015 Future Leaders Day at Hospitality New Zealand’s annual conference in October.

 

Adam Neal – Racket and Orleans Bar, Beam Bar Legend 2013, and one of the Young Guns taking part in the Hospitality New Zealand Future Leaders Day, September 16, Bay Trust Forum, Energy Events Centre, Rotorua.

Adam Neal – Racket and Orleans Bar, Beam Bar Legend 2013, and taking part in the Hospitality New Zealand Future Leaders Day.

Selection criteria

Shortlisted applicants will be required for a 30 minute Skype interview, which will be conducted by Artisan Consulting, to assess their suitability and motivation for completing the Diploma.

Closing date – applications will close 26 September 2014 with winners announced 31 October 2014.

For more information visit www.hospitalitynz.org.nz/scholarships or phone 0800 500 503

 

 

 

 

 

 

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