The Office of Continuing Professional Studies originated in 1967 as the Continuing Education Office, with a focus on non-credit and avocational courses targeted to the Western New York community at large. The primary goal was to make all of the resources of the college accessible to the region as a whole. From the period of 1967 through 1982, the department was housed in Rockwell Hall, and then moved to Cleveland Hall.
Our programming has evolved into an extensive professional development series available throughout the east coast. In mid 2021, we are focusing on helping WNY to bounce back from the pandemic, developing programs to assist local businesses in building back stronger and providing underemployed individuals with training designed for the evolving needs of the workforce.
Restaurateurs are urgently seeking SKILLED and ENTHUSIASTIC INDIVIDUALS.
This two-week intensive experience will have you chopping, slicing and serving your way into a new rewarding career in the culinary industry. Taught in the state-of-the-art culinary labs at SUNY Buffalo State, you will learn from renown faculty and guests from the WNY restaurant community. The first week focuses on building your skills; the second week you will practice along side the chef and staff at Buffalo State’s fine dining social club, Campus House. This program concludes with real life job opportunities as you will interview with some of WNY’s most well-known restaurants.
Space is limited to the FIRST 16 paid registrants!
For more information and to register, click here.
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