A little experience and a soon have a bachelors in business

Discussion in 'Choosing A Culinary School' started by daisygirl18, Oct 11, 2012.

  1. daisygirl18

    daisygirl18

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    Alrighty here's a (hopefully) new twist....

    I will be graduating soon from my state's four year university with an undergraduates degree in business. I have a little experience with "fast food" pizza, worked the line at local sit down pizza place, and have worked for Aramark as a summer intern. I am currently looking at going to culinary school after I graduate. I know I will need to work my butt off once I do get into full time (and part time) work, it simple comes with being in the food industry. So here's my question, should I just continue to work and use what limited contacts I have so far or should I go to culinary school after I graduate?
     
  2. r6zack

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    What are reasons for wanting to attend culinary school? With a business degree it would seem that you may want to be a manager or something like that. If your goals are management based, I'm not sure culinary school would be necessary. However, if your goals are to be cooking on a line somewhere, then sure, culinary school could be a wise option. It all depends on what you are wanting to do, and the cost to benefit ratio.