Australian Baking Industry National Scholarship Aw...

Australian Baking Industry National Scholarship Awards

Are you young, or young at heart, and currently working within the Australian Baking Industry? If so, here is the perfect opportunity to stand up and be counted in the best possible way with the Australian Baking Industry National Scholarship Awards entries now open.

This year, EOI Bakery (Peerless EOI) are again partnering with the Australian Society of Baking (ASB) to present the Australian Baking Industry National Scholarship Awards. Together with a select group of sponsors and industry supporters, they want the Australian baking industry to be the best in the world.

Therefore, if you’re currently employed in a retail, manufacturing or educational role within the Australian baking industry and feel you have a contribution to make, now is the time to show off your skills.
Your contribution might just be good enough to earn you one of eight fabulous Regional Scholarship trips to Melbourne and one of two National Scholarship trips to visit IBA in Munich, Germany in 2021.
How do the Scholarships work? 
There are two age categories – if you’re 18 to 24, then the Sydney J Packham Baking Industry Medal is your category.
If you’re aged 25 and over, the Arthur E Denison Trophy category is for you. The Denison requires entrants to research and submit a paper on one of the four industry topics, as nominated in the entry kit.
Who can enter?
The scholarships are open to almost anyone in the Australian baking industry. If in doubt, ring  the coordinator on 03 8393 9385 or email  to check your eligibility.
The full list of prizes will be published in your free entry kit and will include two fabulous overseas Scholarships (to Munich), up to eight regional study tours to Melbourne, and Certificates of Excellence.
In 2019 the Sydney J Packham (OAM) Baking Industry Medal was awarded to Leisha Spowart of Johnny Baker in Victoria, while the Arthur E Denison (OAM) Trophy went to Courtney Campbell of Bakers Delight in Victoria. The hardworking winners got to travel to Paris for Europain 2020, while regional winners scored themselves SE Queensland scholarship trips.

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  1. Ash Gurney

    16 April

    Come on Bakery people – where else can you get an opportunity to excel, be recognised gain experience and educate yourself? Get in on this for the self improvement aspect alone and who knows where it may lead and and opportunities it may provide?

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