The Benjamin Olewine III Center for the Study of Culinary Arts and Food Service Management at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, is a robust program that will continue its mission as one of the College’s oldest career programs.
“We will continue to provide excellence in education to those students enrolled in the program when its current location at the C. Ted Lick Wildwood Conference Center closes on Dec. 31, 2012,” said HACC President John J. “Ski” Sygielski, Ed.D.
“The College is actively pursuing several options for a seamless transition to a temporary location that will be in place when the spring 2013 term begins Jan.14.” Sygielski said.
“I want to reassure our students, most importantly, as well as our community partners, the program will continue beyond Dec. 31, 2012,” Sygielski said. “Established in 1966, HACC’s culinary arts program will remain a vital component of the College’s educational menu.”
HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, has five high-energy campuses with multiple events and activities that involve our students, staff and faculty. We’re looking for photographers who can produce quality images that capture the excitement and record the memories.
Available part-time positions include one or more photographers who will be assigned to a specific campus. The assignments include HACC’s Gettysburg, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Lebanon and York campuses.
HARRISBURG – HACC’s culinary arts program is “exemplary,” according to the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation (ACFEF) Accreditation Commission and worthy of a seven-year accreditation attesting to its excellence.