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Culinary Arts and chef training programs prepare you for a career in the food services indusrty as a chef, executive chef, pastry chef, restraurant manager, food and beverage director, food services director, or restaurateur. Chefs today are managers of people, products, and facilities. They have a responsibility to provide quality food and experiences in a safe, sanitary environment.
You might like this major if you also like:
cooking and presenting different types of food; serving others; people of diverse backgrounds; expressing yourself in different ways; travel; creating something and receiving immediate feedback. Consider this major if you are good at: coaching; counseling; leadership; multi-tasking; organizing; Spacial thinking/analysis; teamwork; having: initiative, manual dexterity, physical stamina
Training to be a chef requires discipline. The field demands a strong work ethic; empathy; a dedication to excellence; and self-assessment, organizational, multitasking, and timing abilities. A successful chef is good at following through on projects, always aware that the job must get done.
The Culinary Arts works for cooking and presenting different types of foods, serving others, people of diverse backgrounds, expressing yourself in artistic ways, travel, creating something and receiving immediate feedback
Food and Beverage Director
American Culinary Federation (ACF)
180 Center Place Way
St. Augustine, FL 32095
Career Guidance and Information System
College of Education and Human Development Academic Discovery Center
Location: Hinckley 309