Name: Marie Beverly M. Ingal
Course: DPCA / Batch 51
Branch: Pasig – Saturday Class
Internship Venue: The Buffet International Cuisine
“The overall experience has left me excited for my career. The internship has given me more skills I can offer which is very valuable for me as a culinary student.” says Ms. Ingal from Batch 51.
The internship has not only taught her career skills but also a way of life. She felt so inspired to pursue a career in the Culinary Industry.
Excerpts from her Journal:
“I was exposed to doing on the spot cooking during their functions and events, ideas on how to compose good food presentation; I learned some new techniques, ideas and develop my knife skills.”
I know that the experience, skills and knowledge that I gained are going to be more valuable to me in the future than I can even comprehend right now. I feel that every day I was able to learn something new which will be a big help once I get my career rolling.
It has been a life shaping experience working in the Professional kitchen.
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