WanaBe a ChefWill a BBA in mngt + an associates in culinary be helpful in a carreer in the food industry

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By Sfarugby (Sfarugby) on Thursday, May 04, 2000 - 02:50 am: Edit

I am currently a junior at Stephen F. Austin state in Texas. I am working to a BBA in management. Would an associates in culinary arts in addition to a BBA be good for a carreer in the food industry. If so what are if any advantages to an apprenticeship/dgree program

By Mrsfaz (Mrsfaz) on Friday, July 21, 2000 - 11:09 pm: Edit

Tommy, I work for a major contract hospitality management comapny in Michigan and I have a BS in Home Economics and also in Business Administration. I have an AS in Dietietics. I think with your background you're more marketable bacause of the management experience. Check out hdsservices.com and see what they have to offer. I love my work and this is my career. Even though HDS is 70% healthcare, they also have positions in country clubs, restaurants, etc. I know a lot of chefs that are in hospitals that do wonderful jobs especially with the retail end of it (cafeteria and catering). Good luck. email me if you want at hds840prvwst@earthlink.net. Thank you, MElissa

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