Talbot High School Students Earn Culinary Credentials

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Talbot County public high school students have the opportunity to earn College Credits and Industry Standard Certifications through TCPS Career and Technology Education Pathways.  Successful students completing the Culinary Arts Pathway may earn the American Culinary Federation’s Junior Culinarian Credential and may also earn articulated college credit through a statewide articulation agreement with Stratford University.

The following students are eligible for Junior Culinarian Credential and/or college credit upon completion of the Pathway during the 2017-2018 school year:  Easton High School Jordy Bernardo, Jeremy Carroll, Mary Katherine Sparks, Te’Arra Rodriguez Dorsey, Demoni Moon, Giovauhn Redondo, Katelyn Verley, Rachel Carpenter, Aly’Leah Dixon, Jonah Sanders, Sabrina Cummings, Samuel Pearson, William Turri, Madeline Hickey, Nahim Turner.Saint Michaels Middle High School – India Tran.

“Our Culinary Arts Program has been extremely successful,” said Pamela Clay, Curriculum Supervisor for Career and Technology Education.  “Under the direction of Mrs. Linda Brown and Mr. Joseph Candel, our students complete the program ready to begin careers in the hospitality industry or pursue post-secondary education.”

Letters to Editor

  1. Kathy Bosin says:

    Bravo, TCPS Culinary students!
    Hey @EatSprout – aren’t you hiring for your new Easton headquarters soon?
    Signed, hungry Easton eater

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