More than 20 Korean English teachers are trying out the other side of the classroom — on the other side of the globe. Thanks to a partnership with the International Teacher Training Institute, a group of Korean elementary and secondary teachers have the opportunity to continue their learning here at the College of Continuing and Professional...Read more
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In 2012, Margaret Karidza completed the Culinary Apprenticeship Certificate program. Now, she is a full-time caterer and budding entrepreneur with plans to open a restaurant in Cobb County. Margaret spent 15 years in corporate sales with Delta Airlines but said cooking is her true passion. After she retired, she came to the College of...Read more
Administrators from the Gyeongii Provincial Office of Education in Korea are taking classes at the College of Continuing and Professional Education as part of a cultural education exchange program, which we call TIE (Training for International Educators), from Sept. 3-13. These administrators work at various universities in South Korea. They will conclude their studies here Sept....Read more
Big flavors and even bigger appetites were all part of the second installment of our Mystery Basket challenge. The students in the Culinary Apprenticeship Program were able to once again showcase their skills during CCPE’s take on Food Network’s show Chopped. The students were given...Read more
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