January 16, 2022

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The accomplished food makers

Addition, cooperative agreement to benefit Butler Community College

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For chefs-to-be Butler Community College has a new deal — one that includes a paid internship. 

An agreement between Butler and Johnson County Community College will give Butler students access to an accredited American Culinary Federation program. 

“This ACF credential is recognized by industry and demonstrates the level of culinary skill and knowledge our students will have,” said Chef Luis Peña, Butler’s lead culinary instructor. “The ability to provide a paid apprenticeship with specialized training under an ACF chef is wonderful for our students as they try to work and pay for school too. It’s the best of both worlds.”  

Butler’s culinary arts courses will be taught in the brand-new kitchen facility at Andover High School until Butler’s new culinary building is completed along Kellogg in the new Andover Marketplace area. The target date is fall 2022.  

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