MAKING CONNECTIONS Executive chef Chris Diehl pairs up student interns with members of his staff

MAKING CONNECTIONS: Executive chef Chris Diehl pairs up student interns with members of his staff.

Internship program at Providence Hospital fosters students’ interest in healthcare foodservice

High school students pair up with hospital staff to take their learning from the classroom to the kitchen.

Thanks to reality food television, the rising generation of culinary students may have a skewed notion of life in the food business. But one internship program in South Carolina has a very simple way of debunking the cult of celebrity chefs and five-star restaurants: Get students into a noncommercial kitchen and hand them a whisk.

Providence Hospital (Downtown) and its foodservice provider, Metz Culinary Management, have partnered with C.A. Johnson High School Health Sciences Ma

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