Las Vegas Holds a Bright Future for Culinary High School Students
By Monique Gaudin
With two years of hands on experience, and competitions such as ProStart and SkillsUSA, graduating from high school with a culinary certificate in hand appears to be the golden ticket to success. This week’s announcement that the abandoned Echelon Place where the Stardust once stood, will now become Resorts World Las Vegas. This site along with the Sahara’s dormant transformation to the SLS Las Vegas will add thousands of new culinary positions to the Strip opening instant employment opportunities to a workforce well on their way to being professionals.
For more information on high school educational opportunities in Clark County School District:
Career & Technical Education programs of study in culinary, and other areas. Magnet and CTE high schools and academies.