Boyne Resorts

Culinary Apprenticeship with NCMC and ACF

Job Locations US-MI-Petoskey
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(10/1/2020 3:06 PM)
Requisition ID
2020-8383
# of Openings
2
Resort
Inn at Bay Harbor
Position Type
Full-Time Year Round
Season
Year Round
Targeted Job Start Date
12/31/2020
Category
Food and Beverage

Overview

Inn at Bay Harbor, in partnership with North Central Michigan College, Northwest Michigan Works! and the American Culinary Federation, is pleased to offer this unique career opportunity for qualified individuals seeking the benefits of a full-time paid position with a highly-respected employer. Apprentices will learn hands-on from Master Chefs while gaining quality education through complementary college courses. This is the opportunity you have been waiting for! Apply today!

 

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Responsibilities

EARN & LEARN!

1. Paid on-the-job training
2. Paid Tuition
3. BOYNE Team Member Benefits

Graduates of this two year program will earn:

  • American Culinary Federation Accreditation
  • North Central Michigan College Culinary Certificate
  • Us Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeship National Credential


APPLY TODAY!
1. Complete an employment application
2. Interview for the Apprenticeship position
3. If hired, apprentices will be required to apply on-line at North central Michigan College and:
a. Enroll with Northwest Michigan Works!
b. Register with the American Culinary Federation

Questions? Contact Inn at Bay Harbor Human Resources 231.433.4746 | careers@innatbayharbor.com

Qualifications

This apprenticeship may be for you if:
You are over 18 years old
You have achieved a high school diploma or completed a GED program
You are available nights, weekends and holidays
You possess a strong interest in the culinary field and want to build your career
You are interested in being on a team working toward achieving goals
You have excellent communication skills and are task-oriented

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