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post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 
Hello , i'm khaled from egypt, not a US citizen.
i'm inquiring about a chef vacany in the united states, because i want to study at the same time at the Le Cordon Blue Culinary school and it's so expensive fees so I have to find a job first and I prefer to be in the same filed, I know that i'm asking about a big favor, it's a dream I wish it come true, No one have any idea how much i need this, i would do anything to be there.
post #2 of 5

Hello and welcome to Chef Talk, Khaled. 

     Can you be more specific with your question? There are Le Cordon schools in many parts of the world and in various locations in the US.

There are Chef vacancies and restaurant jobs every where as well. 

Were you looking to relocate to a particular area of the US? What kind of experience do you have?

post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 
I apologise sir,
I think le cordon bleu Los Angeles will be good.
I'm a third commis chef at garde manger and i do not have this much of experience just one year experience but I do have the knowledge of the hygiene and working in the kitchen environment i apologise sir, I think le cordon bleu Los Angeles will be good. i'm a third commis chef garde manger and i don't have this much of experience but I do have the knowledge of the hygiene and working in the kitchen environment (The basics)
post #4 of 5

     You can find out about job openings in the online classified section of  the LA newspapers or Craigslist. You can also research different hotels and restaurants in LA on the internet and go to the employment section of their website to see if they have job openings.

 LA is an expensive place to live from what I understand so you should also check for apartment listings and research the cheaper neighborhoods. 

    If you decide to move to LA, I would suggest you find some one to stay with when you arrive so you can get settled first. At least for a week or two.

     I have no idea what the visa requirements are but the American embassy should be able to help you with that. 

post #5 of 5
Thread Starter 
Thank you chefwriter, I appreciate your help.
Best regards.
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