Eleven Hocking College Culinary students, Master Chef Vincenzo Sclama, and a chaperon spent two weeks exploring the country of Germany this past June.
Qualified culinary arts professionals are currently in high demand; however, becoming a member of this profession requires more than just a passion for cooking and baking. The following blog explains some of the physical requirements, what employers are looking for, and what your job opportunities will be should you decide to follow this career path.
If your goal is to become a culinary arts professional, then Hocking College’s Culinary Arts program will teach you all the skills you need to succeed in this competitive field.
Are you a cooking or baking enthusiast? Do you have a head for business? Would you be able to work well under pressure and time restraints? Is your favorite television channel The Food Network? If this sounds like you then perhaps you should consider becoming a culinary arts professional.