Short answer: No.
Longer answer: Light snacks and beverages may be provided during some of the seminar meetings. Additionally, some of the planned group meals that are part of the seminar curriculum will be funded by the organizers. Participants must handle all other meals on their own. Dining out in New York City can be expensive. A suggested daily lunch budget is $10-15. Dinner entrees range from about $13 at a takeout joint to $15-30 at a casual restaurant and $30+ for finer dining. In Manhattan, even national chain restaurants (e.g., McDonald’s, Olive Garden) often have higher prices than elsewhere in the country. Cooking facilities in the dormitories should allow participants to prepare light lunches to bring to some, but not all, seminar meetings.
Please inform us immediately upon acceptance if you have any food allergies and/or dietary restrictions we should be aware of.