CCM Culinary Program

Tuesday, April 16 -
Tuesday, June 11, 2024
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM


CCM Culinary Program

The program covers fundamental culinary skills, and is intended for students who have the physical and intellectual capacity, as well as the desire, to become a member of the workforce.  This 72-hour job preparation program incorporates culinary and baking, ServSafe certification, and resume and interview preparation.

Students of this program will acquire pre-apprentice skills to prepare for an entry-level position in food production or packaging in a grocery, supermarket, convenience store or food market. Students will gain experience in measuring, following recipes, knife cuts, preparing dishes, equipment cleaning and maintenance, sanitation and safety measures and basic nutrition. This course is not an avocational course and is not meant to teach independence skills in preparing food for oneself. It is a prevocational training program.

Prospective students will be welcomed into this non-credit program under the auspices of the Center for Workforce Development Program. Limited to 8 students per session. Please note that certification requires full participation in the course and lab experiences. Students may be eligible for funding from their service providers or CCM.  Talk with your transition coordinator, DDD or DVRS counselor for more information.

Age Groups
  • Adults
Community Services
Payment Options
  • Scholarships / Financial Aid
  • Self Pay

Last Updated: 04/08/24