Students prepare culinary delights.

Do you have an aspiring Iron Chef in your home? A junior Julia Child? Mountainland Applied Technology College (MATC) is offering a special summertime program for youth entering grades 7-9 in cooking/culinary arts called “Summer STEM Cooking.” Tuition is free, and the only cost covers fees for needed supplies. Four two-week sessions are being offered, starting on June 6. Classes are held Monday through Thursday from 8am to Noon. The class is tuition free for students, with a $150 class supply fee.

Summer STEM Cooking is an opportunity for students in 7th through 9th grade to get valuable experience and skill in a professional kitchen environment while learning applied science at the same time. This opportunity helps students understand the connection between cooking and science and makes learning science fun! Summer STEM Cooking incorporates Science, Technology, Engineering and Math concepts in a fun and engaging environment that ends in eating some great food and learning life-long skills that will help students understand problem solving, kitchen safety and food science.  For more information and to enroll, please visit http://mlatc.edu/summer-stem-cooking/ or call 801-753-MATC (6282).

Plated desserts by MATC students.
Plated desserts by MATC students.

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