Table of contents for So you are a chef : managing your culinary career / Lisa M. Brefere, Karen Eich Drummond, Brad Barnes.


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Introduction.
Chapter 1. Write Your Resume.
Introduction.
Types of Resumes.
The Ingredients of a Great Resume.
How to Write Your Resume.
Making a Rough Draft.
Edit and Proofread.
Scannable Resumes.
Everything You Need to Know About References.
Exercises.
Chapter 2. Put Together a Job Search Portfolio.
Introduction.
Choose How to Organize.
Collect the Contents.
Get Supplies.
Put the Portfolio Together.
Evaluate Your Portfolio.
Use a Portfolio in an Interview.
Keep Your Portfolio Up to Date.
Exercises.
Chapter 3. Beyond the Want Ads: How to Locate and Contact Prospective Employers.
Introduction.
General Guidelines.
Search the Hidden Job Market.
Search the Public Market.
The Internet.
Following Up on Contacts.
Filling Out Applications.
Writing Cover Letters.
Exercises.
Chapter 4. Three-Step Interviewing.
Introduction.
Before the Interview.
During the Interview.
After the Interview.
Follow-Up.
Employment Testing.
Tips for Special Situations.
If You Get a Job Offer.
Exercises.
Chapter 5. Advancing Your Career.
Introduction.
Succeeding in a Professional Kitchen.
Setting Career Goals.
When You Leave a Job.
Mentors.
Professional Organizations.
Certifications.
American Academy of Chefs.
Lifelong Learning.
Exercises.
Appendix A. Culinary Professional Organizations.
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Cooks -- Vocational guidance.
Food service -- Vocational guidance.
Cookery -- Vocational guidance.