Students in the Professional Cooking DEP and Food Service Management program contributed to the Répit Québec Gala in their own way.
Held November 9th at the Old Port of Montreal Science Centre, the purpose of the event was to fund the non-profit organization.
Répit Québec assists disabled children in Quebec by contributing to financing adapted summer camp stays across the province.
These greatly treasured stays are unforgettable experiences for the children, encouraging them as they face their daily challenges.
Répit Québec is primarily in the food service industry; these food distributors were invited to the annual gala, over which nutritionist Isabelle Huot presides.
Students at LaSalle College offered an outstanding contribution by cooking and providing table and bar service.
Thank you for putting your knowledge to work for the organization!
The dragon Alexandre Taillefer gave a talk about serial entrepreneurship at LaSalle College to raise money for the LCI Education Foundation.
LaSalle College offers the Managing Senior Citizens Homes program, which allows learners to acquire all of the skills they need to work in this rapidly expanding field.
Magasin du Chaînon, in partnership with LaSalle College and Groupe Sensation Mode, held their first fashion show benefit.
Louis-François Marcotte spoke about his professional career and his focus on healthful food service trends during the Tourism, Hospitality and Food Service Career Meetup.