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North Dakota culinary students partner with local schools
by Carrie McDermott
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19 February 2018
On 19 February 2018 The Associated Press reported:
Several culinary arts students from the North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS) worked with cafeteria staff at Breckenridge High School in Minnesota on a dish served to the high school's students recently. The culinary students and the high school's kitchen staff hosted the tasty training featuring a unique blend of roasted vegetables, packed with flavor and nutrients but free of salt. NDSCS culinary instructor Kyle Armitage said this was his first experience with the Chefs Move to Schools program.
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... Internships are part of the two-year culinary arts program at NDSCS, and every student is different. Armitage and his staff work with each student individually to determine where their passion and interest lies.
... Internships are completed during the summer months and some students work locally in the Southern Red River Valley, while others travel across the country for their training. Armitage said he first asks the students where they want to be for those three months.
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