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The Balsams Culinary Apprenticeship School




Our culinary apprenticeship program requires three years of training with a minimum of 6,000 hours of hands-on experience and another 576 hours of classroom instruction. Graduates receive endorsements as Certified Cooks by the United States Department of Labor and the American Culinary Federation, and can simultaneously earn an Associate's Degree from the New Hampshire Technical College in Berlin, NH.

The program includes six externships, which provide the apprentices with the opportunity to travel and work under other talented chefs from around the world. Training is rigorous, as students prepare food for discriminating diners in a real-life situation rather than the relatively stress-free environment of the classroom.

Candidates must be at least 18 years of age, with a high school diploma or equivalent. They should have a sincere interest in the professional food service/culinary arts field. Apprentices are expected to purchase their own kitchen cutlery and measuring utensils, which are furnished through The BALSAMS Culinary Apprenticeship Program.



School name:The Balsams Culinary Apprenticeship School
Address:1000 Cold Spring Road
Zip & city:NH 03576 New Hampshire
Phone:877-225-7267
Web:http://www.thebalsams.com/culinary_apprenticeship_program.aspx
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Our culinary apprenticeship program requires three years of training with a minimum of 6,000 hours of hands-on experience and another 576 hours of classroom instruction. Graduates receive endorsements as Certified Cooks by the United States Department of Labor and the American Culinary Federation, and can simultaneously earn an Associate's Degree from the New Hampshire Technical College in Berlin, NH.

The program includes six externships, which provide the apprentices with the opportunity to travel and work under other talented chefs from around the world. Training is rigorous, as students prepare food for discriminating diners in a real-life situation rather than the relatively stress-free environment of the classroom.

Candidates must be at least 18 years of age, with a high school diploma or equivalent. They should have a sincere interest in the professional food service/culinary arts field. Apprentices are expected to purchase their own kitchen cutlery and measuring utensils, which are furnished through The BALSAMS Culinary Apprenticeship Program.



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