We list the most relevant Culinary Schools in Springfield MO. Employment growth shows an anticipated 5% growth.
The restaurant and food industry will continue to fuel U. S. employment in the year ahead because it is the nation’s 2nd largest private sector employer. In 2014, restaurant sales will reach a high of $683 billion, a 3.6% raise 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 must possess physical stamina, manual dexterity plus a good sense of taste and aroma. They must have the ability to function like a member of a team. Chefs and head cooks must have the creativity to develop recipes. They have to be confident leaders and possess effective communication and time management skills.
Springfield MO Culinary Schools
1715 N Boonville Ave,
3.47 miles away
Phone: (417) 864-2222
2-year or less, private program, 49 enrolled, 2 to 1 student to teacher ratio
1001 E. Chestnut Expressway,
4.64 miles away
Phone: (417) 447-7500
2-year or less, public program, 15179 enrolled, 25 to 1 student to teacher ratio
100 Opportunity Avenue,
Point Lookout, Missouri
44.76 miles away
Phone: (417) 334-6411
4-year private program, 1377 enrolled, 14 to 1 student to teacher ratio