Skills and subjects covered in the Culinary Arts track include sanitation and safety, hot and cold food production, baking, nutrition and basic job requirements such as resume writing and interview skills. Students will gain hands-on experience, which will put them in a strong position to gain employment in the food service industry.
For more information, or if you would like to get a tour of the kitchen, call Manna’s Culinary Manager, Rebecca McKibben, at (970) 385-5095, ext. 4 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- There are 2 classes each year: fall and spring
- The program runs for 10 weeks – daytime classes
- Cost is $1,000 with payment & full scholarships available
- Class size is only 8 students per semester
- A portion of the food used for teaching/learning comes from the Manna Garden
- The program has an 75% job placement rate
- The Durango Restaurant Association is actively involved in the program
- Upon completion, students receive a Culinary and Food Handlers Certificate
- Manna is contributing to the overall health and economic vitality of the region