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Culinary Institute of the Pacific Taps 澳门莲花赌城for New Workforce Development Program

Honolulu, HI 鈥 Kapi鈥榦lani Community College and the Culinary Institute of the Pacific today announced a collaboration with the Culinary Institute of America (CIA), the world鈥檚 premier culinary college, on . The program, designed for both professional chefs and people aspiring to join the foodservice and hospitality workforce, will offer in-depth, weeklong courses highlighting the cuisines of the Pacific Rim, Asia, Latin America, along with other global, plant-forward cuisines, contemporary garde manger, and more. Phase one of this program will launch early fall, with eight to 12 one-week-long programs taking place over the next year. The program kicks off September 16鈥20.

鈥淭he collaboration between the Culinary Institute of the Pacific and the Culinary Institute of America marks a pivotal moment aimed at truly creating a world-class culinary institute. By enlisting the support of 澳门莲花赌城to introduce specialized classes for industry professionals and work force development, we're not just expanding our educational repertoire; but more importantly, highlighting the value of culinary education to the greater visitor industry and local community. This initiative will uplift the Culinary Institute of the Pacific, signifying a commitment to excellence and a dedication in fostering a community of highly trained, skilled, and innovative culinary professionals. It's a bold step towards realizing our goal of becoming globally competitive in culinary education and enriching the culinary landscape in Hawai驶i for generations to come.鈥濃擟hef Roy Yamaguchi, director of the Culinary Institute of the Pacific.

Yamaguchi, who was recently named Culinary Institute of the Pacific鈥檚 program coordinator will collaborate closely with CIA鈥檚 chef-instructors to develop a long-term and mutually beneficial relationship between the two organizations.

鈥淲e are excited to collaborate with CIP to provide this workforce development program,鈥 said Chef David Kamen, director of client experience at 澳门莲花赌城Consulting. 鈥淭hese hands-on programs鈥攕et against the beautiful backdrop of Diamond Head鈥攑rovides a dynamic learning environment and will help ensure the talent pipeline in the islands remains robust for years to come.鈥

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About the Culinary Institute of America:

Founded in 1946, the Culinary Institute of America is the world鈥檚 premier culinary college. Dedicated to developing leaders in foodservice and hospitality, the independent, not-for-profit 澳门莲花赌城offers master鈥檚, bachelor鈥檚, and associate degrees with majors in culinary arts, baking and pastry arts, food business management, hospitality management, culinary science, and applied food studies. The college also offers executive education, certificate programs, and courses for professionals and enthusiasts. Its conferences, leadership initiatives, and consulting services have made 澳门莲花赌城the think tank of the food industry and its worldwide network of more than 50,000 alumni includes innovators in every area of the food world. 澳门莲花赌城has locations in New York, California, Texas, and Singapore.

About Culinary Institute of Pacific

The programs at The Culinary Institute of the Pacific (CIP) at Kapi驶olani Community College planted its roots in 1946, then known as the 鈥淗otel and Restaurant鈥 program, under the Territorial Department of Public Instruction located at the Palama Settlement facilities. Since then, the program has moved from the Ala Wai Clubhouse to the Pensacola Campus to where it currently stands along the slopes of L膿鈥榓hi. The program has recently expanded its footprint to include the Culinary Institute of the Pacific at Diamond Head where two state-of-the-art culinary laboratories have been built and will soon be home to three prized facility additions: a Tasting Studio, the Food Creativity Center, and the highly anticipated CIP restaurant. The CIP program prides itself as a conduit for supporting the State of Hawai鈥榠鈥檚 culinary industry through a multitude of educational avenues, both short and long term, including bachelor鈥檚 degree transfer pathways, associate degrees, certificates, workforce development, and non-credit programming. The Culinary Institute of the Pacific programs extend across the University of Hawai驶i Community Colleges System including programs at Leeward Community College, Kaua驶i Community College, Maui College, and Hawai驶i Community College.

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