PHOTOS: MGC Congratulates Holyoke Community College on grand opening of HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute

On April 12, 2018, MGC Director of Workforce and Supplier Diversity Jill Griffin attended the grand opening of the new HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute in Holyoke.

Located at the Cubit Building in downtown Holyoke, the HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute offers various associate degree, certificate and non-credit hospitality, culinary arts, and workforce training programs. The development and funding of this center are the fruits of the partnerships between the City of Holyoke, Holyoke Community College and MGM Springfield.

The Institute is providing 50 Holyoke residents with free entry to non-credit programs every year.

HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute students preparing food in one of five kitchens

HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute students preparing food in one of five kitchens

An HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute student demonstrating plating skills

An HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute student demonstrating plating skills

French macarons prepared by HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute students

French macarons prepared by HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute students

French macarons prepared by HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute students

French macarons prepared by HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute students

French macarons prepared by HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute students

MGC Director of Supplier, Workforce, and Diversity Development Jill Griffin views some of the creations by HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute Students

MGC Director of Supplier, Workforce, and Diversity Development Jill Griffin views some of the creations by HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute Students

Layer cakes prepared and presented by HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute students

Layer cakes prepared and presented by HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute students

MGM Director of Supplier, Workforce, and Diversity Development Jill Griffin (center) and MGM Springfield CEO Mike Mathis meet an HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute student

MGM Director of Supplier, Workforce, and Diversity Development Jill Griffin (center) and MGM Springfield CEO Mike Mathis meet an HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute student

An HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute demonstrates pouring and serving

The HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute is located at “The Cubit”, recently refurbished and equipped at a cost of $7.5 million

French macarons

French macarons

Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito shakes the hand of MGM Springfield CEO Mike Mathis

A table setting created by HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute students

A table setting created by HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute students

Artwork at the HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute

Artwork at the HCC MGM Culinary Arts Institute

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