CBC Offers Virtual Beef Coursework Opportunity for Distance Learning
Opportunity for Culinary Arts Instructors, ProStart Advisors and High School Culinary Arts Students
The California Beef Council understands that many high schools throughout California will be reopening in the fall of 2020 with students full-time distance learning or participating in a hybrid model of in-school and at-home learning due to COVID-19. With this in mind, cattle ranchers and beef producers in our state have partnered with the California Restaurant Association Foundation (CRAF) to provide a virtual learning opportunity for culinary arts instructors, ProStart advisors, and students enrolled in a high school culinary arts program. By completing one of our online beef training programs, you'll have the opportunity to receive FREE beef for a virtual cooking lesson with your students, and your students can earn FREE Beef. It's What's For Dinner. merch.
This opportunity is available until Nov. 1, 2020, and is limited to the first 140 instructors/advisors and first 250 students (first come-first serve).
To learn more and participate in this exciting opportunity, visit https://www.calbeef.org/retail-foodservice/virtual-beef-coursework-opportunity/.