I am planning to get my associates degree in Baking & Pastry arts for my first two years of community college. I am seriously considering obtaining a bachelors degree in Baking & Pastry Arts and Food Service Management. I eventually want to open up my own bakery. Would this be a good bachelors degree to pursue this goal that I have to open a bakery? Has anyone else gotten a degree in Baking and Pastry Arts and Food Service Management? Or something related? Should I consider something else? PLEASE don't say "Oh you don't even need a degree to do that!" Well I want a degree.
Our assignment is to identify who composes a food service management and describe the responsibilities of each.
Ok, so I graduated in 2001 from Johnson & Wales University in Food Service Management. I've been in foodservice in one reguard or another, whether it be waitressing, bartending and now management at a hospital cafeteria.
I have only been a Supervisor now for 4 months and absolutely HATE IT! I think about not going in, like every day... But my family and fiance are so proud of me for getting the job and getting the great benefits. Now, I can't even switch my job until 6 months is up, and even then I'm not guaranteed that there will be a good position that pays similarly to what I currently make.
I've thought about going back to school, either Medical Assisting or Nursing working in Dermatology or for a Plastic Surgeon. But I'm so confused... Ultimately I would love to start my own small business. Does anyone have any advice or information on what the next best small biz to open, would be???
I feel like I lack focus and can't figure out what career to concentrate on... HELP!
I have great culinary knowledge and I am going to school for food service management. I can't find a good job because I need a lot of flexibility right now while i'm in school. So I am thinking of starting my own business out of home by appointment only. This business would include me meeting with the client to show examples of food menus and meals with prices, teaching (at the client's home, in their kitchen) how to cook certain meals, possibly cooking meals for clients at their homes for small dinner parties or for their family. I already have a servesafe certificate, am a certified food handler in Los Angeles County where I will be working. What business licenses would i have to get and what else would i have to do to get this thing started?
I want to complete a double major with a BS in food science and Nutrition and a BAS in food service management. I also plan on completing 2 minors one in business and one in community health education. What kind of jobs can I hope to find and do you think this will make me competitive in the job market? Also what kind of salary/pay do you think this would make me?
.. like i know there's no such thing as a bachelors in executive chef what would it be ? food service management ?
At an Library Arts University: Nutrition or Food Service Management ?
I just graduated from a technical college and I have put out resumes and applications. I am new to this field but have always taken care of most jobs on my own cars and helped with friends and neighbors. I did graduate with honors but I am changing from the food service/ business management to automotive and I am over 40. I am moving next week to a place outside Charlotte, North Carolina west of Charlotte. Is there anyone out there with some good advice on how to land this job in a dealership or give me a lead? Thanks!
Hey! i am presently pursuing my final year in B.Sc nutrition, food service management and dietetics in coimbatore and would like to pursue my masters abroad in the best possible university with good scholarships and job scopes in a course in food science or food tech. I am basically open to options related to my course. Need to apply asap please help!
Ok, so I graduated from Johnson & Wales in 2001 with my BS Degree in Food Service Management. I always keep saying how I should have continued on in Baking & Pastry, because now I really want to make Wedding Cakes, Truffles, Cookies and Specialty gift baskets and open a shop one day.
Now that I know this is what I want to do, do you think I need to go back to school to learn all of this? Or would I be wasting my time and money? Especially since I own over $40,000 in school loans now as it is....
Should I get a job at a bake shop and make $10-$12 an hour
and risk losing my decent paying Supervisor Job, to fulfill my dream???
What do you think I should do?
I am a divorced mother with a 10 year old daughter and extensive background in management, food service, and pet care. In addition, I own a small cleaning business. After a broken engagement I have been contemplating a deliberate move to start over somewhere else. With a beautiful intelligent daugher in tow, I would hope to find employment in a good school district.
I grew up and now live in a small town, which I have always loved. How would I find a (RESPECTABLE) farm or large family in a rural area? How do I check them out before bothering to apply? Do people even need women like me anymore?
Where would the best areas be to begin searching?
I moved here from Boston a month ago and am having a hell of a time finding a decent management position in the hospitality industry. Can anyone help me out?? I have a bachelors degree in Food service management
I am seriously considering this bachelors program and was wondering exactly what type of jobs that would open up.
I am doing an online class and I need to interview someone who works in the food industry. Here is the exact assignment:
Contact a person that owns or is employed in a food service occupation. Interview him/her about what precautions are taken in his/her employment to prevent food borne illnesses, food poisoning, and how they provide kitchen safety. (my job)>> Write a 200 word essay including the person interviewed, his/her phone number, and the type of job he/she has.
Please provide all of the information you can! Thanks!
I will be 23, moving with a few friends. I have a background in food service and customer service and a year of salaried restaurant management. I know that all points back to food service but if there is anything else booming in the are I would like to try that out. Also any advice on any other aspect of Las Vegas would be appreciated.
Looking for some professional advice on supervising a food service department within a residential care facility. I hope this wont be lengthy with this explanation.
Ive worked here for 7 years, and the cooks position is 12 hour days. Along with this being a supervising job. Now, my boss is not a good boss. She stays in her office most of the time, calls out at least once a week, and splits off alot of her ordering and other duties to other people in the kitchen.
My complaint is there is so much gossip, complaining in this department between 2 shifts that nothing is getting done about it. They hate the boss and everyone is taking up arms making their own rules up making it harder for the new people who come in.
Ive tried to outline a criteria of what i wanted but its not being recieved well.
Any tips on supervising a dysfunctional workplace environment that is not backed by good management?
Every time I have to apply online for certain jobs there are usually customer service assessments to take along with it. I fail every time.. but the weird thing is I'm very very experienced in customer service and have been offered many management positions from the different kinds of customer service jobs I've done including retail and food service. the thing is every time I take those online assessments I fail. what am I doing wrong? I don't understand how my service skills on the floor are invalid for these online simulations.
I've been working in the food service industry since I was 18, from dishwaser all the way to general manager, and now I feel like its time to get out. I have a business degree, but feel like I've never used it to my advantage. I'm looking to move in to the "corporate world, " but have no idea what positions my skills (people management, customer service, multitasking, etc.) would be useful for.
I am in management in the contracted food services, catering, cafeterias, etc and looking for work overseas
I am looking for a job in business and finance. I have 10 years experience in food service operations and 35 years experience in management. Where is is the best place on the internet to find a job in the mid-Michigan area?