I’ve worked at Ivy Tech Northeast for just longer than a year and a half, and one of the things that never ceases to impress me is how involved our students are in the Fort Wayne community.
Hetty Arts, a hospitality administration adjunct faculty member, recently sent over some photos she took of her students serving at and working in a variety of community and College events.
First up, we have two students working at Science Central’s fundraiser, Mixology 401: The Science of Cocktails. They served frozen juice spheres.
Another group of students who worked at Mixology 401.
Jae Jae Severin serves up bacon-topped chocolate cake at Power of the Purse, Women United’s fundraiser.
Brittney Todd plated desserts for the Chancellor’s Scholarship Dinner, which honored Ivy Tech Northeast fall 2014 scholarship recipients.
OK, Nicki Clark isn’t working at an event, but this is still pretty cool: She’s using a chocolate sprayer in her plated desserts class.
This is the last Green Light for the semester. Best of luck on finals next week, students, and I’ll see you back on Green Light on Jan. 16–that’d be 2015! Have a great holiday, and enjoy your vacation. Oh yes, and to you fall 2014 graduates: CONGRATS.
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I would love to stop by and see if there are any leftovers! They do such a great job creating great dishes and the deserts look scrumptious.