Thornton, Colorado (PressExposure) February 06, 2009 -- Everyone loves a good meal, and the prospect of a career as a chef can be enticing for someone who enjoys creating culinary masterpieces. But how can an individual find the right culinary schools, along with information about what it takes to be a chef?
Luckily, there is Careertoolkits.com [http://www.careertoolkits.com/culinary-arts/schools], a free site that people can use to help learn about different types of careers. And while the site provides invaluable information about numerous careers, those pursuing a culinary arts career will find just the right tips to help succeed in their dreams of becoming a great chef.
Along with links to culinary schools throughout the United States (where visitors can find information about programs and enrollment), the site also provides information about chef's salaries, training required, and culinary career prospects. Additionally, the section on culinary careers includes tips on how to select the right program and discusses facts about working in different areas of culinary work, such as catering or as a pastry chef.
Careertoolkits.com not only provides everything an aspiring chef needs to know for success, the site also features free information about dozens of other careers including art, business, education, engineering, medical, hospitality, legal, sales and science.
Site spokesperson Jennifer Charleston said that along with links where visitors can request free information from culinary schools [http://www.careertoolkits.com/culinary-arts/schools/], they can also find information about different programs and degrees offered by culinary institutions. And, because information is listed by states, searching for the right school offering a career discipline is simple.
The career profiles section of Careertoolkits provides future culinary chefs with salary information about the career they are considering, prior education or training requirements that may be necessary, and typical job duties of different culinary careers. Another resource Charleston identified is test prepration [http://www.careertoolkits.com/test-prep/] information for careers that require certifications.
A user friendly and easy to navigate, Careertoolkits.com is a rapidly growing site that provides individuals with a great resource for learning about the careers that fuel their passions.