The Lieutenant Governor's Award for Culinary Excellence


Awarded to a full-time student(s) who will be graduating from Baking & Pastry Arts or Culinary Skills (one-year programs) or Culinary Management (two-year program) at Akerley, Kingstec, Lunenburg, Marconi, Pictou, and Strait Area Campuses.


Students must demonstrate

  • Commitment to the culinary field
  • Community leadership
  • Academic merit (minimum average of 75% with no failed courses)


About the donor
The Office of the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, in partnership with the NSCC Foundation, are pleased to offer the Lieutenant Governor’s Award for Culinary Excellence in recognition of students exemplifying excellence in the culinary field.

This non-monetary, merit-based award is open to full-time students currently enrolled in culinary programs at NSCC. One student will be selected from each of the eligible campuses to be recognized by the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia for their achievement and contributions to the culinary field.

From the top students selected at each campus, one student will be named to receive the Lieutenant Governor’s medal. All six students are expected to attend a reception with the Lieutenant Governor in Halifax on Wednesday, July 13, 2022.

Award
$0 (non-monetary)
Deadline
05/01/2022
Supplemental Questions
  1. To be considered eligible to apply for this award you must:

    1) Be graduating from your program in June
    2) Hold a minimum average of 75% in your program with no failed courses

    If selected as a recipient, you must agree to attend a special celebration hosted by the Lieutenant Governor in Halifax (date to be announced and depending on COVID-19 restrictions); and provide a photo of yourself and answer questions about being a recipient of this award for media purposes.

    Please indicate that you meet these eligibility requirements and consent to the recipient requirements.

  2. Community Involvement Essay


    To support your application, you have been asked to complete this essay question. While there is no minimum length, we would ask that you answer all parts of the question fully to the best of your ability, in paragraph or point form.

    Provide a summary of your participation in extra-curricular activities and/or volunteer work and/or community involvement. Please include the names of organizations, the time periods in which you were involved, and a description of your duties for each activity.

  3. Community Reference


    Before adding your reference details, you are encouraged to contact your reference to seek their permission. Confirm their email address and advise them that they will receive a request to log in to NSCC’s Student Awards system to complete the reference. You can resend the link to your reference at any time. You can also update your application to include a new reference contact if required.