By Joe Irizarry 4:19pm, August 5, 2014Eight students from the Culinary School at the Food Bank of Delaware's Milford branch graduate.
WDEL's Joe Irizarry has more.
This is the third class to graduate since the culinary school started in Milford .
The students go through 14 weeks of developing skills like proper knife handling techniques, and the complete a two-week internship to prepare them for entry-level jobs in the food industry.
Chef instructor Tim Hunter says he prepares the students as if they're in a job.
"I don't sugarcoat things for 'em. I'm not the nicest guy in the kitchen sometimes, but that's the way it's going to be out there, so I try to keep it as real for them as I can," said Hunter.
Four of the eight students already have jobs at businesses like Catch 54, Jimmy's Grille, Verde Italian School and the Duncan Center.
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