| National Culinary Arts Month
By Sarah Lane
Jun 29, 2004, 09:25 PST
National Culinary Arts Month
This month-long celebration is to promote awareness of professional cooks and chefs and their contributions to new culinary trends and dining excellence. So dine out during the month of July and remember to thank your favorite chef!
Want to know more about the culinary arts? Here is a list of some of the top schools for perfecting your skills:
The Culinary Institute of America
For more than 55 years, The Culinary Institute of Americas unwavering commitment to excellence in education has shaped every course in their curriculum. The CIAs proven degree programs offer the balance of hands-on culinary and baking education, business disciplines, and creativity that will prepare you for success in a wide variety of careers in the food service and hospitality industry.
Source: Culinary Institute of America
The Institute of Culinary Education
The Institute of Culinary Education is one of the oldest and most prestigious culinary schools in the United States and a New York institution. The school is dedicated to providing inspiration and innovation in culinary education, and to that end offers four distinct programs: career training, recreational classes, professional development classes, and special events.
Source: Institute of Culinary Education
California School of Culinary Arts
If you have a passion for food and a willingness to learn, the California School of Culinary Arts, located in Pasadena, California, can prepare you for success. You will work beside industry trained Chef Instructors committed to excellence, graduate from the Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts Program in only 15 months, and receive job placement assistance at graduation.
Source: California School of Culinary Arts
California Culinary Academy
California Culinary Academy can provide you with the positive, comprehensive, and challenging hands-on experience you need to prepare for a variety of exciting and rewarding positions in the culinary and hospitality field.
Source: California Culinary Academy
New England Culinary Institute
This is a private, coeducational, culinary institute located in a small-town setting. It was founded in 1980 and is accredited by Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology.
Source: New England Culinary Institute
Le Cordon Bleu
Le Cordon Bleu is dedicated to promoting the advancement of education, training, and the appreciation of gastronomy worldwide. Through its courses, consultancy, publications, bakeries, restaurants, and gourmet and licensed products, Le Cordon Bleu is promoting the art of fine living and fine cooking worldwide.
Source: Le Cordon Bleu
The French Culinary Institute
From faculty to field trips, The French Culinary Institute is the place to acquire the credentials and lifetime experiences that give entrée into restaurants the world over. In fact, their graduates are regularly scooped up by top-rated restaurants right after graduation.
Source: French Culinary Institute
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