Awards & Scholarships
The School Nutrition Foundation (SNF) is now accepting applications for scholarships! Apply for a SNA Conference Scholarship for a chance to earn $1,500 to help cover the costs to attend SNA’s School Nutrition Industry Conference and Legislative Action Conference.
Employee and Manager level members with a passion for advocacy can also apply for the Josephine Martin National Policy Fellowship.
Click here to apply for a SNA Conference Scholarship! Applications are due online by October 31st and require a signed approval form from your supervisor. You must be an SNA member for at least 2 years to be eligible.
Want to earn your degree? SNF is also accepting applications for Professional Development Scholarships to help cover the costs of tuition and books for a degree in a school nutrition related field.
State Scholarship 2018 winners:
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