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JWU Summer Programs

 

Ready Set Cook – Culinary and Baking & Pastry Camps

Ignite your child’s passion with the camp of a lifetime. For children, ages 10-15, JWU offers a professional summer camp designed to teach your budding chef the fundamentals of cooking and baking, proper techniques, kitchen safety and sanitation, and an exploration of popular food items and cuisines. Under the direction of our JWU Chef Instructors, these camps offer skill development, critical thinking, hands-on learning, demonstrations, daily snacks, lunch… and most of all FUN!

Class size: 10 students per class, grouped according to age.

Time:   Monday – Friday 9:00am 1:00pm; Drop off begins at 8:30am

Cost: $595 per week. Tuition includes application fee, apron, hat, recipe book, equipment, snacks and lunch each day.

Each week, we offer two individual class tracks; Culinary (savory foods) or Baking & pastry (desserts, breads, sweet pastry). If you register for two weeks, it is recommended to choose one week of Culinary and one week of Baking & Pastry, as class menus may repeat. 

 

Session 1: June 28 - July 2, 2021

Culinary Camp – Ages 10-12                          Baking & Pastry – Ages 10-12

Culinary Camp – Ages 13-15                          Baking & Pastry – Ages 13-15

 

Session 2: July 19 - July 23, 2021     

Culinary Camp – Ages 10-12                           Baking & Pastry – Ages 10-12  

Culinary Camp – Ages 13-15                           Baking & Pastry – Ages 13-15

 

COVID-19 Camp Safety Protocols: Johnson & Wales University is excited to host our campers this summer, and following the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local public health officials relating to COVID-19, we have implemented numerous safety protocols to try to keep your campers and the JWU community safe and healthy.  Visit "Frequently Asked Questions" to read more.

 

REGISTER HERE



Collegiate Camp – For the next generation chef and food professional

Considering a career in the food industry or simply want to take your skills to the next level? Collegiate Camp is created for college ready teens, entering 10th through 12th grades. This five day camp is specially designed for those who want to discover the many facets of the food industry. Work with a variety of chefs and industry experts, as you take your skills to the next level. Learn about the science behind the techniques, and the importance of nutrition, agriculture and sustainability, along with new innovations and technologies in today’s food world.

Session 1: June 21-25, 2021

Time: Monday – Friday 9:00am - 1:00pm;   Drop off begins at 8:30am

Cost: $785 per week. (Tuition includes chef coat, hat, recipe book, equipment, and lunch)

 

REGISTER HERE

 

For more information: Contact Patricia DelBello, Director of Culinary Operations

Email: patricia.delbello@jwu.edu; Tel. 980-598-1431

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the class size? Class size will be 10 students

Is there a waiting list if a class is sold out? Yes, please contact Patricia DelBello to be added to the waitlist. pdelbello@jwu.edu tel. 980-598-1431

Do I need to bring anything with me? No, we supply everything. Aprons are included.

What is the cancellation policy? If you need to cancel, refunds will be issued with a 30 day advance notice. JWU reserves the right to cancel classes due to state and local Department of Health Covid-19 guidelines/restrictions.

What is the dress code? Due to safety issues, students must wear long pants and closed toe shoes. Flat, rubber-soled shoes (such as sneakers) are required. No open-toed shoes, sandals or flip flops allowed. JWU will provide each student with an apron and hat.

What if I have an allergy or dietary restriction? If you have food allergies, please be aware that JWU does not guarantee an allergen-free environment. Recipes may contain nuts, nut oils, shellfish, dairy, produce and other food allergens. Please notify us in advance if you have any dietary restrictions so we can make every effort to accommodate your needs.

What are the COVID-19 Safety Protocols?  Johnson & Wales University (JWU) is excited to host our campers this summer, and following the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local public health officials relating to COVID-19, we have implemented numerous safety protocols to try to keep your campers and the JWU community safe and healthy.  We ask that our campers’ families also help support our safety efforts by maintaining healthy practices at home and by monitoring your children daily. The following procedures will be in effect for the Summer Camp 2021 sessions. JWU reserves the right to modify health policies as necessary, with or without notice. 
 

All faculty, staff, and campers will be required to wear face coverings.
Social distancing will be enforced.
Proper and frequent handwashing will be required, including before entering a classroom, before eating, after using the restroom, and prior to leaving for home.
Class sizes have been reduced to 10 students per class.  We will run only four classes per week to reduce the number of campers on campus.  Students will work in groups of two per workstation during the class.
Lunches will be provided in single serve boxes and will be distributed at the end of the day for take home.  Lunch will not be consumed in the classroom.  Snacks and beverages will be available in single serve containers.  Campers are encouraged to bring their own labeled water bottles to camp.
Our summer camp Friday Open House for parents and families will be discontinued this year. Plans are being made for an alternate activity for campers.
All surfaces will be cleaned and disinfected throughout the day, and the entire lab will be cleaned and sanitized at the end of each day.
Parents will be required to complete a “Program Participation Agreement” prior to the start of the camp week.
Parents must screen children daily for symptoms of Covid-19 (including fever, chills, cough, headache, fatigue, nausea, and diarrhea), and complete a daily Covid-19 Questionnaire prior to their child being admitted to camp. 
Camper drop-off and pick-up will take place via vehicle only. Instructions will be sent to registered families prior to each camp.
 

Despite these precautions, it is impossible for JWU—and, indeed, most other institutions—to guarantee anyone’s immunity from exposure to and infection with COVID-19 and all related consequences, which could be severe.