Culinary Institute of Michigan Earns “Recognition of Quality Culinary Education” from World Association of Chefs’ SocietiesCulinary Institute of Michigan Earns “Recognition of Quality Culinary Education” from World Association of Chefs’ Societies
The Culinary Institute of Michigan, a division of Baker College announced that its degree programs have received official Recognition of Quality Culinary Education from the prestigious World Association of Chefs’ Societies (Worldchefs). The CIM is now the only school in Michigan to achieve this global endorsement, and one of only four institutions across the United States.
Founded at the Sarbonne in Paris in 1928, Worldchefs is a global network of more than 100 chef associations representing culinarians of all specialties.
The Worldchefs Recognition of Quality Culinary Education program recognizes educational institutions’ culinary and pastry arts programs that meet or exceed a set of global standards for quality, including evaluation of leadership, instructors, facilities, lesson delivery, industry and educational support, food safety and more.
“Worldchefs is a global authority on food, so to be officially recognized by this organization is a huge honor for the CIM teams,” said Chef Tom Recinella, CEC, AAC, HGT, Baker College’s Dean of Culinary. “We’re grateful to be acknowledged for our commitment to excellence.”
With campus locations in Port Huron and Muskegon, Mich., the award-winning Culinary Institute of Michigan offers associate degree and certificate programs focused on some of the fastest-growing areas of food service. CIM students learn from experienced industry professionals and develop technical skills through intensive hands-on training in world-class culinary facilities. Student chefs also gain real-world experience working at Courses, a teaching restaurant, open to the public, and located on each CIM campus.
We’re BakerProud of all our faculty and staff at the Culinary Institute of Michigan for earning this outstanding recognition!