Feeding Tomorrow Scholarships Feeding Tomorrow provides scholarships for students pursuing food science degrees

Feeding Tomorrow

Feeding Tomorrow promises to encourage, promote and reward excellence of students pursuing careers in the science of food. Awarding over 70 tuition scholarships in 2017, our scholarship program is one of the most robust in the nation rewarding undergraduate and graduate students pursing degrees in the science of food.

We currently offer the following scholarships:

Freshman Scholarships (for current high school seniors) - Applications accepted February 1, 2018 – April 15, 2018. Recipients notified by June 1, 2018. Scholarship awarded in August 2018

Undergraduate Scholarships – Applications accepted January 9, 2018 – February 20, 2018. Recipients notified by June 1, 2018. Scholarship awarded August 2018.

Graduate Scholarships – Applications accepted January 9, 2018 – February 20, 2018. Recipients notified by June 1, 2018. Scholarship awarded August 2018.

“My vision is to build on the foundations of my education to serve the community to create more healthful lifestyles in a sustainable way by joining a food industry where people work with passion and strive for outstanding results. By awarding me the Feeding Tomorrow graduate scholarship, I can concentrate on my vision and complete my doctorate smoothly.” - Lichchavi D Rajasinghe, 2016 Feeding Tomorrow Graduate Scholarship winner

“This scholarship, while being an extremely generous financial assistance, serves more so as a big motivator that gives me the inner strength and confidence to continue to work even harder towards two issues I hold very close to my heart: the pursuit of knowledge as it relates to research and development in dairy science, and serving as a mentor for the next generation of aspiring students in food science.” - Manpreet Kaur Cheema, 2016 Edlong Dairy Technologies Scholarship winner

Want to learn more about Feeding Tomorrow? Visit www.feedingtomorrow.org
Interested in sponsoring a scholarship?  Email feedingtomorrow@ift.org

I strongly support the IFT Foundation Scholarship Program which has helped with tuition expenses. I encourage students to enter the field of food science."

Matthew Moore
Cornell University
IFT McCormick & Company Scholar 2009-2010; IFT Quality Assurance Abe Mittler Scholar 2009-2010
Matthew Moore