Glitter Cat Bootcamp 2020 Applications Now Open


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Following the success of 2019’s inaugural season, which focused on the U.S. Barista Championship, Glitter Cat Bootcamp has now expanded to include sessions for Brewers Cup, Roasters, and Coffee in Good Spirits.

This year’s program kicks off with the Roaster Bootcamp, held at Mill City Roasters (Minneapolis, MN), October 25–26, followed by Barista Bootcamp at Dillanos Coffee Roasters (Sumner, WA), November 2–4, Brewer Bootcamp at Workbench Coffee Labs (Kansas City, MO), November 16–18, and finally Coffee in Good Spirits Bootcamp at Kōhi Coffee Co. (Provincetown, MA), November 23–25. Applications for the 2020 season are open now through August 15.

Glitter Cat Bootcamp is an all-expenses-paid coffee competition training program focused on providing coaching to members of marginalized communities for the U.S. Coffee Championships to increase representation and diversity on the national and international coffee competition stages.

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