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I'm 16 and looking into colleges, and there's a college i really like but the website says they don't offer financial aid. i'm not sure how this really works but would the government give any financial aid? my older brother went to a different school and he doesnt remember all the details.. the school says you can take a loan but the tuition is about $26,000! thats a huge loan to some people =/ here's the website:
This school doesn't participate in federal financial aid because there's something *wrong*, so the gov't won't let them participate. Most jobs in culinary, especially at first, pay cr8p. You do not want to go into huge debt for this education. You can study culinary at a lot of traditional colleges, including community colleges and public colleges. In addition, a lot of what you learn in that field is learned on the job. So if you're interested in culinary, then you're old enough to work - go get a job doing *anything* in one of the best restaurants in your town. Then watch and learn, and get to know the chefs/sous chefs there. Over time, let the chefs/managers know that you're interested in culinary, and that you want to gain experience in the kitchen in food prep. Most good culinary schools, like the Culinary Institute of America in ohio State, require you to have gained this type of experience before you even apply.
If the college (this is not a college, this is a for-profit institution) then this means the government doesn't deem them legit enough to get federal financial aid. Learning how to cook for 26K is stupid. Go to the kitchen with your Mom and she'll teach you to cook for free.... and watch Ratatouille.