Sun Valley Culinary Institute to hold recruiting event at Anthony’s at Boise Monday, December 19, 4-6 p.m.
If you are considering pursuing a culinary arts career, the Sun Valley Culinary Institute (SVCI) would like to meet you. After graduating its first class of students with much success, SVCI is excited to offer its one-year Professional Program to more Idahoans and others thinking about a career path in the culinary arts. Enrollment is now open.
Join Sun Valley Culinary Institute’s Executive Director Karl Uri and Chef Instructor Joseph Tocci for complimentary appetizers and refreshments at Anthony’s at Boise on 959 W. Front Street on Monday, December 19, from 4 to 6 p.m. to learn more about SVCI’s one-year Professional Program. In addition, Uri and Tocci can answer questions concerning the program, coursework, tuition, and all it entails to enroll in the program, including professional externships available in Sun Valley, Idaho.
Beyond the kitchen classroom, students can meet visiting chefs and prepare food for the dedicated patronage of residents and visitors. The Institute’s Ketchum, Main Street location makes it accessible and a desirable place to pursue a culinary arts dream, with real-life opportunities at the Sun Valley Resort and the many award-winning restaurants in the Wood River Valley that all support SVCI’s mission and programs with great enthusiasm.
“We want to spread the word about the Sun Valley Culinary Institute and foster talent and grow an awareness for the culinary arts in south-central Idaho,” said Executive Director Karl Uri. “Do stop by no matter your level of interest to learn more about SVCI and the many things that happen beyond our teaching kitchen—it’s exciting.”
Although SVCI is not an accredited institution of higher learning and cannot issue college credits or a formal degree, it is solely focused on culinary education. Students who pursue and complete SVCI’s one-year Professional Program will receive a U.S. Department of Labor Apprenticeship Certificate.
If you plan to attend the Sun Valley Culinary Institute’s recruiting event, RSVP to email@example.com.
Validated parking for Anthony’s at Boise is available in the Simplot parking garage with an entrance off S. 11th Street. Take the elevator up to the restaurant lobby.
About Sun Valley Culinary Institute
The Sun Valley Culinary Institute (SVCI) provides culinary education for students, professionals and food enthusiasts. In addition, SVCI attracts and develops workforce talent for the Wood River Valley’s diverse hospitality industries. While strengthening and diversifying the local economy, the Institute promotes community health and wellness with a focus on local food sources and sustainability.
The Sun Valley Culinary Institute is at 211 Main Street in Ketchum, Idaho. To learn more, visit SunValleyCulinary.org or email info@SunValleyCulinary.org.