The ACF accredited School of Hospitality Management and the Culinary Arts
New York is consideredto be the Hospitality and Culinary Capital of the World. In New York City alone, there are over 200 hotels and 23,000 restaurants as well as countless universities, yacht and professional clubs, two airports, a cruise line terminal, who all provide excellent career opportunities. People from all over the world compete for employmentthroughout the NY Metro Area and Monroe has an extensive network of relationships in the local hospitality industry.
Professionals inthe Culinary Artsrequire specialized training so they can become expert in both front and back-of-the-house. The food service industry includes restaurants, corporate dining, institutional settings, cruise and airline catering, private chef and consulting companies.
The Culinary Arts program helps develop graduates who are able to select froma range of opportunities. They learn to work in teams, communicate effectively and solve problems quickly. Realizing that each guest comes with different expectations, concerns, and considerations, Culinary Arts students are taught how to effectively work ina variety of situations.