You know what I wanna do now is become a patissier. I know I can become the head station manager right off the bat, but what's the cheapest school to go to for pastry studies? I don't want to spend more than $2000 learning how to be a patissier, how hard can it be? All it is, is just making desserts and breads.
Seriously though, I'm planning on taking a few pastry courses (not to the level that a head station patissier would need, maybe just a pastry/baking apprentice) once I graduate and although my career will likely be in GIS, knowing how to make awesome desserts and being able to eat them is still cool (I have a sweet tooth).
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