Making the Grade

Ramsey, Lindsey
March 2009
FoodService Director;3/15/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p50
Trade Publication
This article deals with the internship program of Orefield, Pennsylvania-based Cura Hospitality which aims to help dietetic college students gain hands-on experience. According to Joe Herman, senior director of clinical and nutrition services, he mentors these students because people helped him out when he was a student. He cites the responsibilities facing interns in the foodservice department. Herman notes that the mentoring program is also an opportunity for the site's staff to reassess the way it does things.


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