NRAEF also makes changes to student culinary competition
Industry leaders said they have set a $3 million fundraising goal to pay for the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation’s two-year ProStart curriculum, which helps to train high school students to work in the foodservice industry. The NRAEF said it already has received more than $1 million in donations for ProStart, which offers in-school training for higher schoolers in culinary arts and hospitality management. The program currently has 90,000 students in 45 states ...
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