We list the top Culinary Schools in Lake City MI. Employment growth indicates an anticipated 5% growth.
The restaurant and food industry will continue to fuel U. S. employment in the year ahead for the reason that it is the nation’s second largest private sector employer. In 2014, restaurant sales will reach a record of $683 billion, a 3.6% increase over 2013. The restaurant industry will add jobs at a 2.8% rate in 2014, out-doing the 1.8% gain seen for the total U.S. employment.
Cooks generally speaking must have physical stamina, manual dexterity and also a good sense of taste and scent. They must be able to function as a member of a team. Chefs along with head cooks need to have the creativity to build recipes. They need to be solid leaders and have effective communication and time management abilities.
Lake City MI Culinary Schools
1701 E Front St,
Traverse City, Michigan
35.98 miles away
Phone: (231) 995-1000
2-year or less, public program, 5166 enrolled, 19 to 1 student to teacher ratio