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How community colleges are training the next generation of culinary talent

Culinary programs across the country have revamped for the post-pandemic era, and those at community colleges are no exception.

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A cooking competition turns into a recruiting event for Aberdeen Heights retirement community

Cura Hospitality, the facility’s new foodservice provider, staged “Chef Wars” to introduce residents to the kitchen. One volunteer was so impressed, he joined the culinary team.

The program will begin in 2023 via the University of Texas Medical Branch.

More than 2,000 people attended the event, which also focused on diversity and compassion.

Nico J. Foris will lead the company, which provides hospitality management solutions to a diverse portfolio of operations.

Here’s how some teams are encouraging staff and student engagement as they look forward.

The foodservice industry’s labor shortage is a multifaceted problem, finds a Snagajob survey.

Central Washington University has revamped its training initiatives by listening to workers and incorporating their feedback.

Armed with a new core purpose, Central Washington University’s dining program has stepped up by building campus connections, boosting staff engagement and overhauling training.

The foodservice company lost up to 40% of its workforce at the height of COVID and now looks to fill a number of managerial positions.

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