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Educated Eats!

// Helping the Inspired Reach Further

May
4
2016

Russell Lacey, President of Electric Advisors, Inc has recently become a member of the board of Educated Eats. Educated Eats, started by the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington, advocates for the value of employment through the restaurant and foodservice industry and is committed to creating the next generation of culinary professionals.

Frans Hagen scholarships are designed to assist individuals who demonstrate an interest in and commitment to the restaurant industry. Scholarships are provided to both high school students pursuing a course of undergraduate culinary study, as well as to those already active in the restaurant industry who are interested in opportunities to return to school to refresh and deepen their skill set. 

 

Past scholarship recipients have gone on to graduate at the top of their classes at some of the nation’s finest culinary schools, like the Culinary Institute of America and Johnson & Wales. 

 

 

 

 

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