Culinary Schools in Connecticut

Culinary Schools in Connecticut

Culinary Schools – Baking & Pastry Schools
Hospitality & Restaurant Management Schools in Connecticut

Interested in attending culinary school? How about going to college for hospitality management? If you’re trying to find a top culinary, baking or hospitality management school in Connecticut, check out the selected campuses below for more information.

Rich in history, the “Constitution State” of Connecticut is home to the highest per capita income in the United States. Also the 29th most populous state in the country, Connecticut’s location on the Long Island Sound has given the state a deep maritime tradition.

This maritime relationship ties over in to the culinary traditions of the area. With regions of the state considered to be part of the New York Metropolitan area, Connecticut has a wealth of opportunity to offer culinary and hospitality students.

Attending school for the culinary arts, baking/pastry or hospitality management is a great step forward in your career. Whether you're looking to become a professional chef, or manage a restaurant, you've probably got some questions.

How much is it going to cost? Do I need a high school education? Is there any financial aid available? How do I apply? The best way to get answers to these questions is to contact the school directly by clicking on the links provided. The school's website will answer most of you questions and provide contact information to help you get started.

Is There a Top Culinary, Baking or Hospitality Management School Near You?

There are many good schools in this state offering programs in culinary arts, baking, pastry and hospitality management. The right one for you will depend on many factors including location, programs offered, cost and scholarship availability. You'll find community colleges, both for profit and not for profit schools, big institutions and smaller establishments. The schools listed below are some of my top picks based on accreditation, reputations and student reviews.

 

CONNECTICUT SCHOOLS BY CITY

Lincoln Culinary Institute

The Lincoln Culinary Institute (previously called The Center for Culinary Arts) in Shelton, Connecticut is a member of Lincoln Educational Services Corporation, which was founded in 1946.

Shelton Campus – 8 Progress Drive  Shelton, CT 06484

 


Manchester Community College

Manchester Campus – 60 Bidwell St, Manchester, CT 06040

 


 

Bristol Technical Education Center

Bristol Campus – 431 Minor Street Bristol, CT 06010

 


 

Norwalk Community College

Norwalk Campus – 188 Richards Ave. Norwalk, CT 06854

Hospitality Management A.A.S. with Culinary Option, Hospitality Management A.A.S. with Hotel Option, Hospitality Management A.A.S. with Restaurant/ Food Service Option, Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts: Culinary Arts Certificate Program

 


Community Culinary School of Northwestern Connecticut

New Milford Campus – 7 Whittlesey Avenue New Milford, CT 06776

The Community Culinary School offers culinary training and job placement to unemployed and underemployed adults age 18 and over who are interested in starting a new career in the food service industry. During each 12-week session economically at-risk individuals receive culinary and life skills training which help them to overcome the barriers to employment that they have faced.

 

 

 

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