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Prabhshan Gandhi Winter 2020 Blog

by Prabhshan Gandhi, March 21, 2020
A capstone project is a culminating assignment, on which students work on during their final year of academic program. It requires different intellectual activities. This project helps students learn how to find and analyze information and how to work with it efficiently.

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Lindsay Perry Winter 2020 Blog

by Lindsay Perry, March 20, 2020 For starters, I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy amidst the current COVID-19 pandemic.
This Winter 2020 quarter was my last with Kendall College, and was the internship quarter. I completed my internship with Bell Flavors & Fragrances, and am happy to share I have been hired as a full-time Culinary Applications Technician.

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Randy McInnis Winter 2020 Blog

by Randy McInnis, March 18, 2020
Another milestone of hard work has passed, and it has been challenging both physically and mentally.  As they say, ‘pressure creates diamonds’ and I have proven this quote in my studies and cooking adventures. Being at Kendall College at National Louis University during these quarters, I have developed the ability to balance my time and energy into creative cooking and management skills in the restaurants and how to control a business.

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Lillibeth Renteria Winter 2020 Blog

by Lillibeth Renteria, March 17, 2020
This quarter, I was able to do my internship at Walt Disney World in Florida. I got to work in a great location, Boardwalk Bakery, and learn some new skills from employees who have been at the company for years. At this bakery, we sold breakfast pastries to cupcakes to sandwiches. It was so nice seeing the guest get excited when we opened the ovens and got to smell the different cakes, we were making that day.

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Eric Minnis Winter 2020 Blog

by Eric Minnis, March 8, 2020
Over the Christmas break from University, I unfortunately, did not have the opportunity to travel home and spend time with my family. However, I was determined to not let my precious time go to waste. I remembered that international students are free to do as many stages as we possibly can and use that experience to learn something that we would not find normally in our hometowns. I've been following the restaurant Eden in the West Loop for quite some time and decided to give them a call. 

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