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Culinary Apprenticeships Return After Covid-19

As we work our way to the reopening of our country, after the pandemic, what will the opportunities be for young people who want to enter the culinary industry? If you didn’t go to a vocational high school with a culinary program, you started by washing dishes or setting tables, two entry-level jobs...

US Foods Scholars: Program Expands To More Markets

US Foods Holding Corp. (NYSE: USFD) recently announced the opening of the US Foods Scholars application period. US Foods Scholars provides financial support and development opportunities to culinary and hospitality students who demonstrate tremendous promise and...

C-CAP Announces Annual 2021 Benefit Starring Celebrity Chefs: Goes Virtual For...

Hosted by C-CAP’s longtime co-chair and celebrity chef, Marcus Samuelsson, the online benefit to be held on Thursday, April 29th from 7:45 pm to 9 pm ET, will honor Carla Hall for her work to mentor and support our students and alumni.

Restaurant Misfits Podcast: Stephen Yen

In this episode of the Restaurant Misfits podcast, Brett interviews Stephen Yen, the executive chef of TAO Downtown in New York City. Stephen has been with TAO for about a year now and has been a killer addition to their team. As for his experience, Stephen was...

Restaurant Misfits Podcast: Michael Chernow

In this episode of the Restaurant Misfits podcast, Brett interviews Michael Chernow. He's a restaurateur, entrepreneur, TV host, Podcast host, fitness personality, and family man, who is dedicated to inspiring the world through positivity, hospitality, and service.

Restaurant Misfits Podcast: JJ Johnson

In this episode of the Restaurant Misfits podcast, Brett interviews Chef JJ Johnson. He's a restaurateur, award-winning chef, author, and host on numerous media platforms. He opened his restaurant, "FieldTrip" in July of 2019 and despite this crazy year...
JJ Johnson

JJ Johnson Q&A

President & Executive Chef, Fieldtrip, New York City

Nicole Langone Scarangello, C-CAP Alumna

Nicole Langone Scarangello was one of those young people struggling to identify their post-high school graduation path until she took a culinary class at Tottenville High School on Staten Island and was introduced to Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP).