BOOT COFFEE CAMPUS 2019 SCHOLARSHIPS

Apply by February 28th, 2019

Boot Coffee Campus, the premier educational coffee-training campus serving students from around the globe, announces its 2019 Scholarship Program. The Boot Coffee Campus Scholarship is a new program specifically aimed at providing full-tuition scholarships to individuals within the coffee industry who are currently underrepresented or under-resourced.

To support these goals, Boot Coffee Campus is offering three scholarships in 2019. Available to roasters, baristas and sensory professionals, the full-tuition scholarship program, valued at more than $6,000, can be applied to Boot Coffee Campus programs or SCA Coffee Skills Program courses, and includes course registration and materials for up to one week of training, exams, SCA certificate fees, and lunch during each day of the course.

Boot Coffee Campus Scholarship

#shestheroaster WOMEN AND NON BINARY INDIVIDUALS

#shestheroaster’s mission is to promote and encourage self-identifying women and non binary individuals in the coffee industry to become professional coffee roasters. Individuals with no prior roasting experience are encouraged to apply.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Must identify as a woman or non binary person
Must have worked in the specialty coffee industry in some capacity for at least one year (though we encourage individuals with no prior roasting experience to apply)
This must be your first time attending a Boot Coffee Campus course

COFFEE PRODUCING COUNTRIES AND FARMING COMMUNITIES

When producers and those in producing countries have access to great quality coffees, and are inspired to seek out opportunities to become professional baristas, roasters, or sensory professionals within their communities, we believe that the coffee quality and the quality of life for producers improves greatly.

QUALIFICATIONS
Must be from a country which produces coffee
Must have worked in the specialty coffee industry in some capacity for at least one year
This must be your first time attending a Boot Coffee Campus course.

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE AND COFFEE COMPANIES

From training and employing the formerly homeless or providing employment opportunities in specialty coffee for refugees, to using coffee as a vehicle to engage with incarcerated individuals other enterprises seeking innovative ways to connect and create impact from coffee, there are so many organizations doing great work in their communities through coffee.

QUALIFICATIONS
Must be working with an NGO, not for profit, or certified B-Corporation
Must have worked in the specialty coffee industry in some capacity for at least one year
This must be your first time attending a Boot Coffee Campus course.

Our commitment to education is at the core of our mission, Boot Coffee Campus actively promotes diversity in the coffee sector and increased opportunities for everyone in the supply chain to thrive through education, innovation, quality improvements, and inclusive business practices.
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