Two new programs are coming to Piedmont Virginia Community College this fall. Piedmont Virginia Community College is offering a new culinary arts associate degree and a nursing assistant career studies certificate.
The culinary arts program will prepare students for careers as chefs, caterers, food service managers and more. Classes will be held in PVCC's new teaching kitchen and classrooms at the Jefferson School.
"I can honestly say this has been an amazing experience. I have been in higher education for about 16 years and I have never in my life seen an interest in a program that we are seeing out of this program. Daily I'm getting calls, e-mails, students stopping by my office," said Chuck Bohleke, dean of business, mathematics and technologies.
Free information sessions for the culinary arts degree will begin next week at PVCC at 501 College Drive. The sessions will be held on the following dates:
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