Chippewa Valley Restaurant Week was launched by Volume One Magazine, and made possible with the support of these generous organizations:
Chippewa Valley Restaurant Week is presented by the new Culinary Management Program at CVTC.
The food service industry is one of the area’s leading employers and CVTC is answering the demand for these careers with a new two-year Culinary Management associate degree. Careers in the culinary industry are challenging and varied, with many opportunities for advancement. CVTC’s new, modern, state-of-the-art kitchen provides the hands-on training you need to succeed in the restaurant industry. Throughout this program, you will combine knowledge and skills using art, science, and business. Learn skills from basic to advanced to understand all aspects of the culinary industry.
The Culinary Management program will prepare you to implement theory, knowledge, and practical application of professional food preparation and service in a safe, healthful, and creative manner. You will also learn menu planning, purchasing, cost control, and food service supervision. You will have a number of employment opportunities in food preparation and culinary management including full-service restaurants, hotels, hospitals, educational facilities, catering, and delis.