There are a number of ways for students to get involved at The Chef's Academy. Whether you're interested in being a liaison between the faculty and the students, or you just want to play in the garden, we have something for you.
If you're interested, contact Kurt Thomas (IN) or Leslie Hale (NC) at 800-919-2500.
Mission Statement: the Student Advisory Board represents the interests and perspectives of students at The Chef's Academy. The purpose is to create community in the school through connecting with faculty/staff and students, listening to their colleagues' concerns, opportunities and ideas, and presenting events and/or fundraisers for the school and community. They are also here to enhance the school's reputation through professionalism, respect and dignity.
STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD GOALS
In addition to giving you a sense of fulfillment and a great leadership experience, the Student Advisory Board looks good on your resume and gives you real-life examples to call upon when asked about your initiative in a job interview.
Leader: Chef Glenn Brown (IN)
Leader: Chef Jason Anderson (IN) Leslie Hale (NC)
Leader: Kurt Thomas (IN) Chef Paul Sottile (NC)
ACF Student Competition Team
Leader: Chef Brandon Hamilton (IN)
If you're interested in joining one of these clubs, e-mail Kurt Thomas (IN) or Leslie Hale (NC), and don't forget to visit us on Facebook for your respective campus. Indiana or North Carolina.
Students are invited and encouraged to help their fellow classmates by becoming a peer tutor. Ask at the front desk about our signup sheet for volunteers who readily give their time and expertise on several subjects. It's both a fulfilling way to get to know fellow classmates and a great way for students in need of a little extra work to round out their skill set.