New Major At Pitt Community College

By: Christine Kennedy
By: Christine Kennedy

If you're looking for a good job that doesn't require a lot of schooling before practicing out in the field, Pitt Community College officials say they've got the course for you -- quite literally!

The new food management course is the latest addition to classes offered at Pitt Community College.

It's a 16 week program that you take at Brookside Complex off of Highway 43 in Greenville.

During the course you'll learn how to prep, sanitize, check inventory, and manage a restaurant.

PCC officials say they decided to create this program because there are so many restaurant service jobs open in Pitt County, so it's a great option for job seekers.

Lusk says jobs in food service management in Pitt County are expected to rise 14 percent over the next couple of years.


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  • by Kim on Aug 19, 2009 at 03:56 AM
    How do they predict this 14 percent growth in restaurant management, when so many have and continue to go out of business? There can only be so many Bojangles in Greenville and I think they have reached the limit.
  • by Teacher on Aug 18, 2009 at 07:43 PM
    It's YOU'RE, not YOUR, for heaven sakes.
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