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Feeding Tomorrow aims to ensure the vital work of food scientists continues and carries over to the next generation.
Food is at the heart of everything we do
Through our very own Foundation programs and initiatives, as well as those that we fund, we take an innovative approach to addressing the future needs of the profession and science of food community.
Feeding Tomorrow scholarships assist students pursuing degrees in a variety of disciplines in the science of food at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. These scholarships allow students to focus more on their education and less on their financial burdens - and also inspire them to give back.
In order to assist with the costs associated with attending IFT Annual Meeting, Feeding Tomorrow awards a number of travel grants to students each year.
Feeding Tomorrow unites with the local IFT Section in the host-city of IFT Annual Meeting to provide an educational experience to high school students and teachers. Participants gain first hand exposure to food science topics such as: taste & flavor, food waste, food safety, food myths, and careers in the science of food. The program encourages the best and brightest minds to pursue careers in the science of food.
Do you have unanswered questions about the science of food? Do you wonder what the world would be like without food science? Interested in what the day in the life of a food scientist might look like? Or just in need of some new fun experiments?
Feeding Tomorrow can’t do it alone
We support programs that motivate the best young minds to pursue careers in the science of food, support and reward excellence for university students as they pursue careers in the profession, and leverage our community’s knowledge in pursuit of food and nutrition solutions for those in need.
We are proud to partner and support the following programs: Cornell Summer Scholars program, North Carolina State Summer Scholars program, IFT Achievement Awards, and IFTSA Developing Solutions for Developing Countries Competition.
North Carolina State University Summer Scholars program is now accepting applications. Opportunities include traditional lab-based research as well as a brand new track targeting food science education and training. Visit https://fbns.ncsu.edu/summerscholars/ to learn more.
Interested in partnering with Feeding Tomorrow on a future project or requesting funds for your organization or group.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.