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Culinary The Anthis Career Center offers courses in the following: Allied Health Careers Arts Automotive Technology Aviation Technology Careers in Early Education Construction Trades Cosmetology Culinary Arts Engineering Technology COOPERATIVE TRAINING Fireﬁghter Program Students who successfully complete one year of Information Technology Academy the Culinary Arts program are eligible for co-op ICE job placement. (Interdisciplinary Cooperative Education) Co-op students work in a community training site Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice and receive pay for a minimum of 15 hours per week. They also earn three units of high school credit per semester for satisfactory progress. A teacher/coordinator from the Career Center is Academic classes are also available responsible for monitoring the student-employer work relationship. For more information, contact Anthis Career Center at 467-1010. DEPARTMENT PREREQUISITES anthis.fwcs.k12.in.us Excellent school attendance NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY Reading level above grade 6 Fort Wayne Community Schools supports the principle that all Math level above grade 6 (fractions) persons are entitled to equal employment opportunity without regard to race, religion, color, marital status, national origin, sex, Professional uniform (chef’s hat, coat, age, disability or limited English proﬁciency. No person is excluded pants, and skid-proof shoes in black or from participating, denied the beneﬁts of, or otherwise subject to unlawful discrimination on such basis under any educational white) program or student activity. 1200 South Barr Street Good personal grooming – no piercings Fort Wayne, IN 46802 allowed while in lab Hospitality Department (260) 467-1031 Foods classes helpful Main Ofﬁce (260) 467-1010 where futures begin . . . FORT WAYNE COMMUNITY SCHOOLS revised 11/07 where futures begin . . . he Anthis Career Center offers two programs through the Culinary Arts depart- ment. Each class has unique opportunities for students preparing for employment and/or post-secondary education. Class discussion, instructor demonstration, resource persons, extended off-site work and ﬁeld trips enhance the in-house laboratory experience. Culinary Arts I Students completing this class, demonstrating The Culinary Arts class is the beginning class in proﬁciency, and meeting IVY Tech Community this area. The students learn back-of-the-house College qualiﬁcations, receive nine credit hours skills while preparing food for the cafeteria line in Hospitality at IVY Tech. and snack bar. They gain experience operating Prerequisite: Culinary Arts I the various pieces of commercial equipment and learn the fundamentals of basic food preparation Certiﬁcation and baking including sanitation, knife skills and ACF Certiﬁcation and ServSafe Certiﬁcation may Whenever you pick up a newspaper or magazine, you recipe interpretation. be awarded after the student is tested. see numerous opportunities that exist in the restaurant, hotel and tourism industries. Travel and tourism is Students in the AM class receive a greater focus Barr Street Café expected to become the world's largest industry. This in the baking area. Examples of products includ- The Barr Street Café is open during the FWCS growth will create 20 million new jobs. ed in the baking focus are: yeast breads and rolls, school year. It features gourmet food and is stu- cake decorating, puff pastry, pate choux, mousse dent operated. Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and The food preparation and service industry will have and pies. Thursday, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Call for reserva- faster than average growth through 2014. Wages tions: 467-1031 or 467-1032. and salaries are expected to increase by 16% while Students completing this class and demonstrat- other industries are expecting a 14% increase. ing proﬁciency may receive nine credit hours in Hospitality at Ivy Tech Community College. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, skilled chefs and head cooks, servers, hosts and hostesses are expected to grow slightly faster than over all Culinary Arts II employment. (Restaurant Management) Culinary Arts II is an advanced approach to food 44 percent of every dollar we spend on food is and cooking principles. It acquaints students with spent eating out, and people are consuming over restaurant-style food, menu planning, pricing, 50 billion meals a year in restaurants and cafés. inventory, line production and service. Students The restaurant and food service industry needs a will operate the Barr Street Café and learn the total of 13 million skilled and dedicated persons aspects of the front and back of the house. The by 2010 to run its businesses. class meets from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Stu- dents need their own transportation. Good computer skills will increase your employ- ability in this industry. where futures begin . . . where futures begin . . . where futures begin . . .
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