Junior Culinary students received scholarships for Monroe College Boot Camp for Young Chefs.
We provide our students with an exceptional opportunity to prepare for a lucrative career while fulfilling academic requirements. This exciting series of Culinary Arts courses is the first step toward entering one of the most interesting industries in the world.
Our state of the art kitchen facility gives our students a professional environment where they can discover and excel at their skills with hands on applications. With the help of our professional relationships with national nonprofit organizations; students have the chance to win scholarships for prestigious Culinary Arts colleges, as well as various internships during their high school experience.
After completing the Culinary Arts program students are prepared to enter in such careers as a baker’s assistant, prep cook, line cook, restaurant wait personnel, caterer, food service management trainee, dining room management trainee, dietary aide, kitchen assistant, meat fabricator, concessionaire, host personnel, garde’ manager, and fast food manager.
With further education, students who have completed the Culinary Arts program can pursue careers such as a bakery owner, restaurant owner, food service manager, kitchen manager, executive chef, banquet chef, sous chef, pastry chef, dining manager, restaurant manager, food stylist photographer, food and beverage director, dietitian, food critic, Maiter D’, research chef, or chef instructor.