FRLAEF Scholarship Application NOW OPEN!
The average scholarship amount awarded will be $2,000.
In order to be eligible for this scholarship the applicant must:
• Be a graduating senior who will begin post-secondary education in 2023
• Be entering a culinary or hospitality post-secondary program
• Return a copy of their OFFICIAL high school transcript to FRLAEF by application deadline
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, February 3, 2023
Applicants notified award status by: February 10, 2023
For those schools selected to compete in the 2023 HTM Competition–your paperwork is due no later than February 3, 2023. This paperwork includes the online School Entry Form and Participant Waivers for each student.
Paperwork was emailed to each teacher individually in October. Please let us know if we need to resend to you.
AHLA Scholarship Application Available
- Self-nominated – open to all hospitality management students enrolled in a U.S. college or university
- School-nominated – requires school affiliation with the AHLA Foundation
All hospitality students, regardless of where they attend school, have access to more than $500,000 in scholarships offered through the Foundation’s self-nominated scholarships:
This year, the Foundation will disburse $1 million through its nine hospitality management scholarship programs for students ranging from freshmen to graduate students. Some scholarships are reserved for current hotel employees or minorities. Others are open to full-time or part-time students. Award amounts range from $500 to $7,500.
NRAEF Scholarship Opens January 15
The National Restaurant Association Education Foundation (NRAEF) Scholarship application opens on January 15. Scholarships range between $2,500–$10,000.
Undergraduate Scholarship Timeline
- January 15: Scholarship Application Opens
- March 15: Application Closes
- April – May: Scholarship Application Review
- June: Scholarship Award Notifications
- July – August: Scholarship Claiming and Payments
- August 15: Deadline to Claim Scholarship
UCF Rosen College of Hospitality Open House
The Rosen Open House events are targeted towards prospective students and their parents/families. If you wish to bring a group of students to visit the Rosen College Campus, group tours are available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays during the semester and must be book a minimum of 2 weeks prior to the visit date. Dates fill up quickly so you are encouraged to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to secure a date as soon as possible.
Registration is open for the February 17, 2023 event at this time. Here is the link for more information and registration: https://hospitality.ucf.edu/open-house-at-rosen/
New to the 8th Edition ServSafe Coursebook + Exam View Files (New!)
The 8th edition has been revised so students at all experience levels will be successful in the course. Expanded content and examples help learners better understand unfamiliar concepts. New online learning tools will enable students to master and retain the vast amount of information they are expected to know. Academic students using ServSafe Coursebook 8e are better supported than ever as they prepare to take the ServSafe Exam.
ServSafe Coursebook Features
• Up-to-date thorough coverage of topics in the ServSafe exam including the latest FDA Food Code content
• Scenarios, case studies, and contemporary examples of food safety concerns throughout the text to engage students, prepare them for learning, and help them see real world implications
• A contextual framework for core topics to better support learners and help them understand the importance of each topic and how it all fits together
• New to the 8th edition: Knowledge checks added at end of each section designed to help students and instructors quickly assess understanding and retention of key concepts
• New to the 8th edition: “In the Operation” boxes in each chapter provide examples of real-world application of food safety content and combine related material from other areas within the chapter and book. In the Operation boxes cover equipment, roles, processes, and other foundational information about the workings of a restaurant and a professional kitchen
• End of chapter review questions and activities to assess student understanding and reflect upon areas where additional study is required
Access Free Instructor Resources
If you are a ServSafe Dual Role Instructor/Proctor, you may access free Instructor Resources for the 8th ed. Coursebook at www.servsafe.com under:
COMPREHENSIVE ANCILLARIES FOR SERVSAFE COURSEBOOK 8TH EDITION – In your Instructor Resources
Linked to ServSafe Coursebook 8th Edition Ancillary – You can download this file, and each chapter has an Instructor guide. That is where you can fine the learning objectives.
You can also find resources such as PPTs, Videos, etc. labeled under 16hrs course.
More information on the 8th ed. may be FOUND HERE.
If you are not yet a Dual Role Instructor/Proctor, scroll down for those instructions.
Exam View Files (New)
If you have upgraded to 8th edition Coursebook, Dave Mason, ProStart teacher at Niceville High School worked with the Exam View team to converted the test files from the online Instructor resources to question banks so that they can save them to exam view and develop or scramble the questions for the quizzes. Everyone will need to go to their question bank folder (NOT the test folder) and save them there. Please contact us if you would like the Exam View files.
Become a Dual Role ServSafe Instructor/Proctor
A Dual Role ServSafe Instructor/Proctor has access to all the free resources on the ServSafe website. If you passed the Instructor version of the ServSafe exam, you may apply for Dual Role status right away. If you took the English version of the exam, you may still become Dual Role, you just have to wait 90 days after you passed your ServSafe exam.
To become a Dual Role Instructor/Proctor, go to www.servsafe.com, login, and then click on Instructors/Proctors. Under Register/Renew click on Register and go from there. If you are already a ServSafe Proctor, you are unable to become a Dual Role Instructor/Proctor until your Proctor status expires. You may also call ServSafe at 800-766-2122 and they may be able to reset your account so you can apply for Dual Role.
Hospitality Industry Internships
The Hospitality Industry Internship (HII) provides the opportunity for Florida HTM & ProStart instructors to work in a foodservice/lodging establishment for at least 40 hours. Once the required paperwork has been processed, the participant will receive a personal check for $600.
To qualify for an HII, the instructor must teach the HTM or HTMP curriculum during the 2022-2023 school year. If you are already employed at a restaurant or hotel, you MAY NOT use that site for your internship. The restaurant/hotel must be a new work experience for you, not somewhere you have worked before or used as an HII internship location.
The applicant must secure a position at a foodservice or lodging facility where a minimum of 40 hours of hands-on experience is guaranteed. The host location may pay the recipient but is not required to do so.
The FRLAEF will award 11 HII’s this school year on a first-come, first-served basis. So apply NOW! Work experience may begin once the applicant receives an award notification from the FRLAEF.
Salute to Excellence Awards Dinner
The Salute to Excellence Awards will take place on Sunday, March 5, 2023 at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando. The awards dinner will recognize all ProStart Competition, Pineapple Award, Scholarship recipients and Hospitality Excellence Awardees. Registration will begin in January 2023.
HTM instructors have the opportunity to recognize one student during the awards dinner with a Hospitality Excellence Award. These students will be called on stage during the awards dinner and recognized with a certificate.
All HTM instructors may receive a complimentary ticket to the awards dinner. Hospitality Excellence Award students receive two complimentary tickets, one for them and one for a guest.
Registration for the Salute will open in the January NewsBites.
Thanks to the success of the inaugural HTM Teacher Training, the FLRAEF will conduct an annual HTM Teacher Training during summer 2023. It is anticipated the training will be held in Orlando during July. More details will follow as they are finalized.
The FRLAEF will cover the cost of all Florida HTM instructors who will be teaching the HTM curriculum during the 2022-2023 school year. Attendees will be responsible for their travel and some meals.
Online registration will begin Spring 2023.