Hancock County Technical Center

State SkillsUSA competition is March 3rd in Bangor.  There will be no school for non-competing students on that day.                                 State SkillsUSA competition is March 3rd in Bangor.  There will be no school for non-competing students on that day.
Culinary Arts » Culinary I

Culinary I

Do you want to own your own restaurant?  How about becoming a TV chef?  How would you like to always have a job?  Food service is one of the nation’s fastest-growing industries, currently employing nine million workers, and is expected to grow to 12.3 million employees by 2010 with many of those positions being management positions.
 
There are so many different opportunities for young people in the foodservice industry in Maine and across the country.  Hancock County Technical Center’s ProStart program will help prepare you for those opportunities and establish a foundation for further learning, whether you immediately pursue a foodservice career, or go on to hospitality management or a culinary program at the college level.
 
The ProStart program gives you the chance to explore career opportunities and gain the skills needed to operate and manage a foodservice business by joining classroom learning with on-the-job experience.  Topics covered include food preparation, baking,  basic accounting, workplace safety, and communications.
 
During the program you will get hands-on experience in different areas of foodservice in the operation of our on-site restaurant.  You will work directly with industry professionals who serve as mentors to make sure you are getting as much as possible out of the work experience and have the chance to practice what you learn in the classroom.
The Culinary Arts curriculum was developed by The Educational Foundation of the National Restaurant Association, with guidance from educators and representatives of the foodservice industry and is recognized throughout the country. 
 
Schedule
This course meets Monday-Friday from 8:15 am to 10:30 am.
 
Location
This course is held at Hancock County Technical Center .