Snapchef, a Massachusetts-based foodservice company, is creating an online culinary school to help struggling restaurant staff


A Massachusetts-based food service recruitment agency with offices in Springfield, Worcester and Boston has partnered with an online culinary school to help aspiring chefs find career opportunities in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19.

Snapchef, a leading culinary workforce development and recruitment agency in New England, has partnered with Roxube to design online courses to help those looking to find employment in restaurants in the region.

The online course is designed to help budding chefs gain real-world experience in commercial kitchens and is available to everyone, including Snapchef rookies.

The course has been designed and will be taught by leading educators in the culinary industry, Snapchef said. Classes will include step-by-step video instruction on the basics of cooking in a commercial kitchen.

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“Snapchef helps bridge the gap between those looking to get into the culinary space and those who need skilled kitchen staff – which is needed now more than ever,” said VP Culinary at Rouxbe Scott Samuel in a statement.

After the course, graduates will get certified through Rouxbe and Snapchef.

Students will learn a range of topics and all are welcome, regardless of experience level. Classes will cover basics such as food and cooking safety, how to handle and maintain a knife, identifying basic kitchen equipment and ingredients, to more complex methods such as applying cooking with dry and moist heat.

Anyone interested in signing up can find more information on the Snapchef and Rouxbe website.

“The quality of the lessons and the platform is second to none,” Snapchef CEO and Founder Todd Snopkowski and in a statement. “And our graduates will have the skills and confidence for the dynamic opportunities available now from our top-tier clients – the value for employees and employers is immense.”

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