Apprenticeship program at American Senior Communities

Apprenticeship program at American Senior Communities

Maybe you or someone you know has a passion for cooking, maybe you’ve just always been curious
and interested in exploring the field of culinary arts. Whatever the case, with the Culinary Apprenticeship Program available at American Senior Communities (ASC), you now have the chance to learn marketable culinary skills and build a foundation for a career as a culinary professional.
No previous experience is needed, you can learn from the ground up.

This amazing opportunity comes in the form of a one-year, paid apprenticeship, available to those sixteen years of age and older. ASC’s
professional program is a Registered Apprenticeship with the Department of Labor, and it is approved by the Indiana Board of Health to provide in-person, on-the-job training combined with computer module education that will culminate in a professional Culinary patch and certification that is
recognized by the culinary industry.
Outcomes of Apprenticeship program at American Senior Communities: Engagement. Experience.
Apply learning through practical experiences that develop knowledge and skills necessary for success in
careers and postsecondary transition. Train for employment and/or postsecondary education in a
specific range of occupations. Internships and apprenticeships are the most common examples of this
level.
Location: Various American Senior Communities locations throughout the state.. (Multiple Counties)
Type of Program: Work Based Learning.
Eligibility: People 16 and older
Grade Level: Unspecified
Age Requirement: 16
Work Experience Earned: Varies
Compensation: Paid
Certifications: Yes
College Credit: N/A
Duration: 1 year
Cost: N/A.
Additional information: https://www.asccare.com/careers/