Culinary school would be what I’m most interested in doing after high school. I would like to do this first because it is what I am most passionate about and it is my biggest dream to go there. I plan to go to Oregon Coast Culinary Institute, as it is one of the closest culinary schools to Idaho. I will have to apply to Southwestern Oregon Community College because the culinary school is a part of that community college. To be able to attend the culinary school, I have to get accepted into to both of the schools. I will have to apply before the deadline to be able to receive any financial aid from the school. Culinary schools tend to be very expensive because they have to pay for costs of food to cook with and at times are very expensive. OCCI’s website states it is a “flat $24,600 for the entire program” and $178 for extra credits through the community college.
Other options for a culinary school would be to go to more high end and expensive school. There are four year culinary schools such as Cornell University, Johnson and Wales and Le Cordon Bleu. Price ranges of culinary schools can range from $20,000 to $100,000. There are programs at some so you can study abroad. For instance Le Cordon Bleu have campus’ in Malaysia, Paris, London, Mexico and more. The price of going to Le Cordon Bleu in Paris is 45,000 e...
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...ht side teachers are have great vacation time, for instance they get spring break, thanksgiving break, Christmas break and more. I recently had the opportunity to talk to representatives from Idaho State University about their elementary education program. It is designed be completed with in four years and is designed to include a lot more student teaching than other colleges. To be a teacher you must have at least a bachelor’s degree and complete the intern as student teacher; in some places you must be certified as well.
These are my current career and educational plans after graduating high school. Things might come up in life that change my thoughts about leaving farther away from home to attend school. No matter what plan I choose to take I will attend a school after graduating or I will lose my motivation to further my education for a career I want to achieve.
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