‘Chef for a Night’ Gives Students Real-Life Experience

in Culinary Arts, MET News
July 31st, 2013

Culinary Arts Students get experience in the kitchen

Many Boston-area students enrolled in culinary arts programs are getting real-life, hands-on experience in local restaurants. Students in MET’s Certificate Program in Culinary Arts program have been able to spend time in the kitchens of a handful of restaurants like Taberna de Haro in Brookline. Island Creek Oyster Bar in Kenmore Square also hosts a “mock restaurant” where BU students create a menu for about 30 guests during lunchtime hours when the restaurant is closed.

You can find out more about the experiences of students at culinary arts programs in the Boston area—including those at MET’s Certificate Program in Culinary Arts—in The Boston Globe.