:mad: I am entering my sophmore year at JWU. I really dislike the school. None of the students I met have a passion for food, rather for partying, which I like, but food is better. I work as the head line cook. I do the head chef's job while he gets liquored up, but don't get credit as the chef, but thats cool, I want to deserve the title. The place is a fine dining restaurant. I learn much from work, but have yet to learn much in class "generally only learn on my own with books and what I can observe from my boss pretaining to more buisness oriented stuff " Im starting to learn less about food at work and more about writing prep lists, filling out scheduals and ordering. This stuff is all well and good, I need to learn it if I eventually want to be an entrepenuer...I am in the accelerated program at jwu but have yet to learn from classes "besides meatcutting...which is irrelevant as I dont ever plan on buying a whole beef carcass and breaking it down, I feel it is impractical this day and age"...regardless, my cost control class is coming up, which should teach me some needed info on ordering, What really bugs me is I am in right now for a 4 year program, associates in culinary and bachelors in entrepenuer. I was wondering if anyone has experiance or input on the entrepenuer classes, it sucks because the culinary program lacks so much at jwu, but I have to complete almost another year of it before I even get to the entrepenuer part, the classes I really desire....Ive considered dropping out or changing schools, but I have already completed a year and a quarter and think dropping out at this point would be impractical.
"Set the gearshift to the highgear of your soul...You've got to run like an antelope, out of control" ~Phish