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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