Develop the skills you need to develop creative foodservice proposals for major corporations. Want to pitch, develop, and run a successful operation as part of your education experience? Now you can, with the new Intrapreneurship Concentration.
“It’s an invaluable experience for anyone who wants to pursue a career in the fast-casual or otherwise corporate industry. You get not only the knowledge to run a business, but the skills required to maneuver successfully through a multilevel organization.”—Yejin Yoon, CIA Bachelor’s Degree Student
No other college in the world gives you the opportunity quite like this. You’ll follow a defined set of operational standards and criteria, similar to developing and pitching a new concept within a corporate environment—and that’s what differentiates intrapreneurship from typical entrepreneurial business planning.
This bachelor’s degree concentration will allow you and your classmates to operate your own restaurant or foodservice concept in the Student Commons dining facility at the CIA’s New York campus for an entire semester! The Intrapreneurship curriculum will give you the chance to:
Only students in the CIA bachelor’s degree Food Business Management program are eligible for this concentration.
“I had a blast working with my classmates to develop recipes, conquer challenges, be creative, and make our own decisions to construct an entire restaurant from start to finish. No other culinary college offers such a comprehensive approach to learn how to actually open a new food business.”—Matthew Francis Johnson, CIA Bachelor’s Degree Student