The Culinaire Café catering van is one of the many resources used by students enrolled in ACM’s new catering and event management certificate program. Chuck Moran, assistant principal at Allegany High School, is shown receiving a special delivery of lunches for career and guidance counselors. He’s joined by Joshua Warren, a spring 2021 graduate of the culinary arts program.
ACM OFFERS CATERING AND EVENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
CUMBERLAND, Md. (June 3, 2021) – Allegany College of Maryland will offer a catering and event management certificate through its hospitality management program. Prospective students can enroll now for the fall semester.
The one-year, 27 credit hours program, which includes an on-site internship, prepares students to design, plan and execute successful events for groups of all sizes. Students will learn how to market their services, conduct needs assessments and site analyses, prepare budgets and measure event success. The catering/event management industry includes seminars, conventions, conferences, expositions, trade shows, sporting events, and special celebrations such as weddings, family reunions and birthday parties.
The School of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts, located in the Gateway Center in downtown Cumberland, also offers associate degree programs in culinary arts, and hotel and restaurant management in addition to certificate programs in baking essentials, brewing operations, cooking essentials, dietary manager, and restaurant management.
More information is available online at allegany.edu/school-of-hospitality-culinary or by calling 301-784-5406 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Debra Frank, program director, may be reached at 301-784-5411 or email@example.com.