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The U.S. Military consists of five active-duty service branches and their respective Guard and Reserve units. Together, they offer a broad variety of ways to serve._____________________________________________________________________________________________Posted Nov 23, 2015
For students interested in culinary careers and all things food, the Coast Guard is offering world-class training and promising careers as Food Service Specialists (FS).
Any student wishing to become an FS will undergo our ACE accredited training in culinary arts—at no cost—where they will gain adept understanding of food preparation and dining facility management.
Upon completion of training, your students will have a rewarding career earning astarting salary of $46,595 with strong work/life balance and important benefits like health coverage and tuition assistance.
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Every day at your school you work to transform today’s youth into men and women of character. In the U.S. Coast Guard, so do we.
As your students begin to think about what comes after high school, they’ll undoubtedly look to you for guidance. Talk to them about a military career that offers them not just the opportunity to protect Americans, but also outstanding benefitslike:
- Money for college
- Hands-on experience in competitive fields
- Exceptional work-life balance
- Job security
Discover the positive impact the U.S. Coast Guard can have on a young person’s life.
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