Frederick Wildman and Sons 2022 WSET EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP
As part of the diversity, equity and inclusion initiative at FWS, six WSET scholarships will be awarded in 2022. The purpose of this scholarship program is to help open more access to educational opportunity to support professional development across the industry. In addition to a fully paid tuition, each scholarship recipient will also be paired with a FWS employee as a mentor that will provide support through the WSET process and act as a contact to discuss any wine-industry related topics. The goal is to help equip wine professionals of all backgrounds with more tools to thrive in their wine career.
- WSET Level 1 course & test tuition (2 recipients)
- WSET Level 2 course & test tuition (2 recipients)
- WSET Level 3 course & test tuition (2 recipients)
- Each recipient will be matched with an FWS employee as a mentor
*Applicants can only apply for one scholarship at this time.
Eligibility & Application Process :
- Must be at least 21 years of age
- Must fill out application at link below
- Must provide resume with application
- Panel interview for finalists (virtual)
Scholarship Application Dates:
Open: October 1, 2021
Close: December 15, 2021
Announced: January 31, 2022 latest
For additional questions, please reach out to email@example.com
The Company reserves the right to add, modify or not award and scholarships in a given year based on funding, number of qualified applicants and any other factors to help execute its purposes.Applicant responsibilities, releases and disclaimers are also detailed below.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS, RESPONSIBILITIES AND RELEASES
Scholarship Applicant and Recipient Acknowledgements and Responsibilities
- Applicants acknowledge that information submitted in the application, including any materials (i.e. essays, letters of recommendation and transcripts) attached will be shared with FWS personnel and others.
- Scholarships are not assignable or transferable.
- Pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code, the scholarship funds are to be used for the educational and professional development purposes indicated in recipient’s application. Recipients must submit a receipt to the Company showing payment made to the program or programs chosen.
- The recipient of the scholarships and awards is responsible for determining whether the grant, in whole or part, is includible in gross income under the Internal Revenue Code. The scholarships and awards may be taxable income if the aggregate grants received by the recipient exceed tuition and any related fees and expenses.
- If requested, recipient will provide proof of information, including but not limited to an official transcript of grades. False or misleading information may result in the termination of any award granted.
Scholarship Applicant Releases
- Recipients grant permission to the Company to use photos, film and audio recordings of recipients, selections of recipients’ essays, and a testimonial to promote the scholarship program by distributing, broadcasting, editing, or otherwise disseminating it.