Project Description


Opportunities are available for individuals seeking education at Detroit Institute of Gastronomy (DIG). Applications must be complete and on time for the committee to review. Multiple quarterly scholarships are in the process of becoming available.

Once a student has completed the application process for enrollment into the Detroit Institute of Gastronomy, they may be eligible for funding through Michigan Works to help offset the cost of tuition. Students must be a resident of Detroit and eligible for WIOA. Stop by a MIWork OneStop Career Center to learn more!

Students that have completed a minimum of one quarter in the Detroit Institute of Gastronomy, and maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher are eligible to  apply for the American Culinary Federation’s American Academy of Chefs (AAC) Apprenticeship Program Scholarship. To learn more about the application procedure click here. For additional information about scholarship opportunities through the American Culinary Federation and to learn more about the ACF, click here.


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