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Culinary Apprenticeship

Nemacolin is proud to partner with Westmoreland County Community College to offer an opportunity to gain valuable work experience and a Culinary Arts degree simultaneously. Apply to “Earn While You Learn,” to work towards a diploma or an associate’s degree in Culinary Arts in just two years while also receiving professional experience. All classes are conducted at the WCCC Youngwood Campus and education centers. Westmoreland County Community College is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. WCCC’s Baking and Pastry, Culinary Arts, and Restaurant/Culinary Management degree programs are accredited by the American Culinary Federation Educational Foundation Accrediting Commission.
  • Build your resume and earn a salary all while working towards your degree in the Culinary Arts

  • Culinary Apprenticeships are a two-year training program.

  • Earn industry certifications in specialized areas

  • Discover mentorship opportunities with Nemacolin’s world-class staff.

  • Accommodating work schedules to support college classes.

  • Scholarship and financial aid available to cover tuition costs.

  • Professional development and future employment opportunities.