Thursday, September 2, 2010

Culinary School California

Culinary School California. Deciding on a culinary career might not take much thought, but how do you choose the right school from more than 1,000 postsecondary culinary, restaurant, and hospitality programs?

First, ask yourself some fundamental questions. Why do you want to go to culinary school? Is it to become a chef, hotel manager, pastry artist? Do you want to specialize in a particular style of cooking or region? Where do you want to work? Resorts, restaurants, bakeries, catering?

Finally, what kind of degree do you want? A certificate or diploma can take from one month to two years. An associate degree takes from nine months to two years, and a bachelor’s degree takes four years. Fourteen-week culinary programs and three-week tours to epicurean centers such as France and Italy are at the other end of the scale.

Here are some list of Culinary School in California:

The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of California - Los Angeles - Santa Monica
The "city of angels" is home to 8 million people and recognized worldwide as the focal point of the entertainment industry. A diverse range of culture, arts, entertainment, food, sports, and architecture makes L.A. a creative haven for artistic people.

The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of California - Orange County - Santa Ana
Halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego, the South Coast Metro region of Orange County (that's where we're located) can be described as having warm, ocean breezes, palm trees, and a lot of creative energy to keep you inspired. Industry and high-tech businesses also thrive in the "Tech Coast" here and include telecommunications, software development, multimedia, and clothing design firms. .

The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of California - San Diego - San Diego
San Diego is an outdoor paradise with an average temperature of 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Located in southern California, this city of 2.5 million people has a strong Spanish heritage. It's home to cultural and recreational attractions for every interest, including whale watching.

California School of Culinary Arts - Pasadena
With a career in the culinary arts, in pastry arts and baking, or hospitality and restaurant management, your opportunities can be endless.

Institute of Technology
All three of Institute of Technology's conveniently located campuses are in California. The three cities in which our fine campuses can be found are Clovis, Modesto and Roseville. Based on demand and location, each campus may offer a different set of career training programs. Our exciting list of vocational training programs covers careers in allied health, network technology, computer technology, computerized accounting, computerized office, web/graphic design and culinary arts. Our class schedules are flexible, and our instructors provide classroom instruction balanced with ample hands-on training.

The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of California - Sunnyvale
The Art Institute of California-Sunnyvale is located in Santa Clara County, California, an area that makes up the world’s premiere technology corridor, Silicon Valley. Sunnyvale’s local population is only about 150,000, but the surrounding region is home to well over 2 million people. Students are only an hour’s drive from the Pacific Ocean and Sunnyvale is also close to California’s historic redwood forests.

The Art Institute of California - Inland Empire - San Bernardino
Just an hour from Southern California's beaches, downtown Los Angeles, Palm Springs, and skiing at Big Bear Lake, San Bernardino is located in California's Inland Empire region, one of the fastest growing areas of the country. It's also a stop along famed Route 66 and boasts more than 330 sunny days a year.

International Culinary School at The Art Institute of California - Sacramento - Sacramento
Sacramento's metropolitan population of over 2 million means that students have access to recreation and the arts. A former gold rush town, Sacramento is now the fourth largest city in California. In addition to state government, the city is a major transportation and commerce hub linking the east with California's coastal cities. It is also a major cultural hub, with playhouses, ballet, concert venues and two professional basketball teams.

California Culinary Academy - San Francisco
Always dreamed of a cooking career? Then California Culinary Academy is for you. Our Le Cordon Bleu programs can help you prepare for an exciting career such as cook, chef or caterer.

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