COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Columbus Tech culinary students are preparing to travel internationally to gain more experience.
The students are heading to Germany to participate in hands-on learning apprenticeships with a bakery, various restaurants, a commercial kitchen, butcher, large caterer, and a restaurant operated by a Michelin star chef.
"They're going to be working in a bakery. They are going to learn how to make pretzels, pastries, and we're going do a lot of touting of castles. It's going to make them stronger in their program and mainly understand different cultures," said Culinary Arts instructor Tracy Flynn.
The students will also spend several days in a culinary school honing their skills.