- Taste of Kendall
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Started as a junior college in 1934, Kendall College today features fully modern classrooms and kitchen labs, a 150-seat auditorium, student facilities and a Michelin Guide-recommended Dining Room, which is open to the public for lunch and dinner. Seen here, Emily Williams Knight, president of Kendall College, addresses attendees of a special anniversary celebration.
Working her first official shift at age 4, Hedeker was the youngest of the child laborers, who were the sons and daughters of all the bakers on staff. Coronated Cookie Princess, Hedeker was charged with arranging the cookies and memorizing their ingredients, so she could explain them to customers.
Just in time for the holidays, kids will love this two-hour, hands-on cookie decorating workshop with chef instructors from Kendall College. Decorating stations will be fully stocked with cookies, frosting and decorations for every child. This fun-filled, messy morning is designed for children 4-12 years old.
From the cave drawings in the Ardeche Valley of France to the Guttenberg's printing press, humans have found ways to communicate visually - via pictures or the printed word. Although not normally considered “visual,” text is a graphic representation as the “letters” symbolize something or someone. Writing is the visual manifestation of the spoken word. This article discusses graphic representation beyond the written word to effectively communicate.
Kendall College student Dustin Freund will prepare a multi-course dinner as a visiting “celebrity chef” at Jetwing in Negombo in Sri Lanka, on Saturday, November 1. The opportunity to impress invited guests with dishes uniquely flavored with various teas is part of a seven-day immersion in how tea is produced and marketed in arguably the world’s best-known tea-producing nation.
The Kendall College Trust announced today the appointment of Catherine De Orio as its Executive Director. Ms. De Orio brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to this position. As the well known television host of the Emmy Award-winning dining show, Check, Please!, she brings significant contacts within the culinary and hospitality industries, both locally and nationally.
The Charlie Trotter Culinary Education Foundation gave several scholarships over the years to students at Kendall College.
In August, Hilton Worldwide and Blackstone announced a partnership with Kendall College in Chicago and the Department of Veteran Affairs to provide a six-month internship and a 26-credit hospitality education program specifically designed for military veterans paid for by the GI Bill. Course work combines both on-property training at a Hilton hotel and instruction from Kendall College professors.
Kendall College celebrated 80 years of providing quality postsecondary education to Chicago, the Midwest, the nation and abroad with a gala reception at its downtown campus Oct. 16. Started as a junior college in 1934, Kendall has grown to become the leading school in Chicago for preparing students for careers in culinary arts and hospitality management as recognized by leaders in the Chicago restaurant and hotel industry. The reception brought together students, alumni, industry members, faculty, staff and representatives of the Chicago and Illinois community.
Seven Kendall College students have earned the esteemed Glion Advanced Certificate in International Hospitality Management following a rigorous exam held on June 6, 2014. The certificate provides Michael J. Pak, Devisha Khanna, Renee Michelle Sparacio, Kareen M. Morales, Sylvia Agung, Mark Husband and Anita Satya with a competitive career advantage in an increasingly global marketplace. All students will graduate from Kendall College. The Glion Institute of Higher Education, based in Switzerland, is ranked among the best hospitality schools in the world for an international career.