PITTSBORO -- Central Carolina Community College recently hosted the UNC School of Government Public Executive Leadership Academy for a one-day session at the Chatham County Campus in Pittsboro.
The session was titled "Exploring Personal and Community Change Opportunities." Among the events of the day was a Team-Building Adventure at Central Carolina's Culinary Institute.
Central Carolina Culinary Institute's (CCCI) mission is to present a curriculum for students to develop expertise and passion for a holistic, nutritional, and naturally sustainable lifestyle. The program prepares graduates for successful careers in the culinary field and is committed to promoting the use of whole, organic, and local foods for general wellness and therapeutic applications. Through partnership with the college's Sustainable Agriculture program and local farmers, CCCI supports chemical-free, natural foods to create healthy lifestyles throughout the local community and region for all ages.
For more information on the Central Carolina Culinary Institute, visit the website www.cccc.edu/culinaryarts. For more information on Central Carolina Community College, visit the website www.cccc.edu.
Participants in the UNC School of Government Public Executive Leadership Academy take part in a Team-Building Adventure at Central Carolina Community College's Culinary Institute.
Chef Gregg Hamm, Executive Director of the Central Carolina Culinary Institute, visits with participants in the UNC School of Government Public Executive Leadership Academy.