La Guardia Community College (School Foodservice Management)




Admission to the School Foodservice Management Program is available only to students referred to LaGuardia by District Council 37/Local 372 and/or the New York City Office of School Food and Nutrition Services. Those referred are employed in school foodservice positions, such as school lunch assistants, school lunch aides, and school lunch helpers.

The School Foodservice Management program at LaGuardia awards the Associate in Science (AS) degree to those who successfully complete the program. The degree fulfills the academic requirements for eligibility for promotion to a school lunch manager position with the Office of School Food and Nutrition Services, NYC Department of Personnel. Students may also choose to pursue their bachelor’s degree at a senior college of their choice.

Cooperative education internships are completed at students’ school work sites under the direction of their district supervisors. The internships are accompanied by internship seminars, designed to assist students with problems and to provide reinforcement for technical and human relations skills.

Applications for the program are submitted through the District Council 37 Education Fund. The basic skills testing and any additional basic skills courses required in reading, writing and mathematics are also provided by the Education Fund of District Council 37. Courses in Foodservice Management are offered in the day and evening in consideration of students’ work schedules.



School name:La Guardia Community CollegeSchool Foodservice Management
Address:31-10 Thomson Avenue
Zip & city:N.Y. 11101 New York
Phone:(718) 482-7200
Web:http://www.lagcc.cuny.edu/catalog/default.aspx?uid=320
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Admission to the School Foodservice Management Program is available only to students referred to LaGuardia by District Council 37/Local 372 and/or the New York City Office of School Food and Nutrition Services. Those referred are employed in school foodservice positions, such as school lunch assistants, school lunch aides, and school lunch helpers.

The School Foodservice Management program at LaGuardia awards the Associate in Science (AS) degree to those who successfully complete the program. The degree fulfills the academic requirements for eligibility for promotion to a school lunch manager position with the Office of School Food and Nutrition Services, NYC Department of Personnel. Students may also choose to pursue their bachelor’s degree at a senior college of their choice.

Cooperative education internships are completed at students’ school work sites under the direction of their district supervisors. The internships are accompanied by internship seminars, designed to assist students with problems and to provide reinforcement for technical and human relations skills.

Applications for the program are submitted through the District Council 37 Education Fund. The basic skills testing and any additional basic skills courses required in reading, writing and mathematics are also provided by the Education Fund of District Council 37. Courses in Foodservice Management are offered in the day and evening in consideration of students’ work schedules.



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