(l-r) Councilwoman Christina Selin, President Stephen Jerome, Executive Vice President Marc Jerome, Mayor Noam Bramson, Assemblyman George Latimer, and Assemblywoman Amy Paulin cut the ribbon to the new Monroe College Culinary Arts Center
On Friday October 13, Monroe College served up a treat for Bronx and New Rochelle students who are studying Culinary Arts. The ribbon was cut to officially open a brand new state-of-the-art Culinary Arts Center on the New Rochelle campus designed to help prepare students for successful careers in various food service industries. “The Monroe College Culinary Arts Center sets a new standard,” beamed Executive Vice President Marc Jerome. “While we are proud of the facility, the most important thing is that our students will have the best chance to develop their skills and ultimately their careers.” The new facility, which includes four fully-equipped kitchens and numerous other amenities, is already in use by Monroe students.