Colorado Culinary Academy Approved to Train Veterans Transitioning from Military Life to New Career

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has approved Colorado Culinary Academy for training of its professional culinary program to Veterans.

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U.S. Navy Veteran - Daniel Umble

U.S. Navy Veteran - Daniel Umble

Having just graduated from this culinary program, I’m very excited about the future, especially since I already have a job.

Greenwood Village, CO (PRWEB) December 21, 2013

Colorado Culinary Academy, a leading professional accelerated culinary training program, strategically located in Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111 (southern suburb of Denver), has been approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs for training of service personnel from all military branches, and their qualified dependents. Veterans can ensure GI Bill qualification for this 12-week professional accelerated culinary training program at http://www.gibill.va.gov.

“Having just graduated from this culinary program, I’m very excited about the future, especially since I already have a job,” said Daniel Umble, U.S. Navy veteran. “It’s great to see their support for veterans regarding short-term student housing options, scholarships, easy access to public transportation, their culinary commitment and career placement.”

The short “boot-camp” style of the comprehensive program is specifically designed to focus on culinary technique, theory and hands-on preparation allowing veterans to jump-start their culinary career with the essential skills and theory critical to building a future in the professional culinary environment. The Academy has small class sizes with 8 students for every chef instructor.

About Colorado Culinary Academy
The Academy's curriculum is based on classic French technique, the perfect starting point for any culinary career. Students will study the classics, knife skill proficiency, global cuisines and technologies available in the modern kitchen. In three months, students will be ready to take the next step in their culinary career, putting their intense culinary education to work in a professional culinary environment. The Academy is still accepting applications for the winter term, January 6 to March 28, 2014.

For more information, please go to http://www.coloradoculinaryacademy.org, call Paul Kelly at (303) 220-6996 or email: admissions(at)coloradoculinaryacademy(dot)org.


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