Barista and bartender alert

A SCHOLARSHIP of$20,000 is up for grabs for a talented young Hunter Valleyhospitality professional or hospitality hopeful.

The Australian Hotels Association (AHA) NSWin conjunction with Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School (BMIHMS) is calling for nominations for the 2016 Tourism and Hospitality Scholarship.

The winner of the $20,000 award,targeted at recent school leavers living in regional NSW, will undertake a 2.5 year Bachelor of Business Degree at the BMIHMS.

The scholarship grant goes towards the costs of accommodation associated with the degree.

AHA NSW CEO John Whelan said the scholarship was a life-changing opportunity to kick-start a career in an important and dynamic industry.

“If you are just about to finish school, or have recently finished, and dream of working in hospitality throw your hat in the ring,” Mr Whelan said.

“Our industry is fortunate to be made up of many talented men and women who got their start in regional NSW.

“This scholarship is a way we can give back to regional communities and ensure we have the quality people to lead us in the future.”

Entries close on 28 October and are open to any young male or female living in regional NSW.

Applicants can be 17 when applying but must be over the age of 18 when the degree commences.

Hopefuls can nominate themselves, or be nominated by an employer or someone else who thinks they would be a worthy recipient.

They can already be working in a pub, or a student keen to get a foot in the hospitality door. For further information – or an application form – contact the AHA NSW scholarship co-ordinator on (02) 8218 1877 or email [email protected]苏州美甲培训419论坛

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