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CCSNC student Giovanni is all smiles for the camera!

CCSNC student Giovanni helps prepare & serve hors d’ oeuvres at our annual culinary showcase.

Now accepting applications for our next session beginning on:

September 11, 2017.

 

Do you love to cook?

 

Are you interested in starting a new and exciting career that offers opportunity for advancement?

 

The Community Culinary School can help you get started on the path to a better life!

 

Requirements


Students must be:

At least 18 years old
Physically able to withstand the rigors of a professional kitchen
Able to work independently and follow multi-step instructions in a fast pace environment
Planning to work in the food service industry upon graduation
Prepared- have housing, transportation, childcare, etc. in order
Willing to adhere to school policies and procedures
Capable of the dexterity required for proper knife use

 

To Begin Your New Career


Fill out an application:
Download Application

Send your application to:

Community Culinary School
40 Main St.
New Milford, CT 06776

Next Step:
Contact Dawn Hammacott, Executive Director, at 203-512-5791 to visit the school and arrange for an interview.

Tuition


Tuition is $4,000.

Individuals receiving unemployment benefits may be eligible to qualify for job training funds through the Workforce Investment Opportunity Act, no longer Workforce Investment Act.

American Job Center
185 Main Street
Danbury, CT 06810

For other locations visit the Department of Labor website at www.ctdol.state.ct.us

 

For Additional Assistance


Attend an information session at the Dept. of Labor, 152 West St., Danbury on any Tuesday at 1:00 P.M. We recommend that you arrive an hour early to allow time for check-in as these sessions fill up quickly. If it is more convenient, you may attend one of these sessions at any Dept. of Labor office. Check with that office for days and times.

For students who do not qualify for Workforce Connection training funds, other training funds may be available to you through the CCSNC program. Funding is available for SNAP recipients. Eligibility for this funding is based on income. Our qualifying process determines what portion of the funding you may be eligible for.

We abide by the USDA non-discrimination policies for SNAP recipients. Read the policy here.