BCA events are a trademark within the industry. Though we do our very best to execute our events at the highest level, the most important factor is to ensure every event provides a platform for students to be engaged at all levels. Our events create an environment for students to experience, first hand, what it’s like to work with professionals and other students in a non-competitive atmosphere.
Although event planning can be glamorous, even in the nonprofit world, what is rarely taken into account is the amount of preparation which takes place outside of the public eye. While fundraising events are often a crucial part of the puzzle, the majority of non-profits often have a whole range of special events. Presently the BCA has two annaul events: the Cultural Awareness Salute Dinner (our formal award event) and the Global Food & Wine Experience. With so few events, it is critical they are successful in order to promote the BCA, our programs and generate support.
Having the right people in place that understand event planning, team building and coordinating all aspects and volunteers will increase the impact of our events and provide additional exposure for the BCA. If you're interested in volunteering with our Event Planning Committee, e-mail us at email@example.com or check us out at Volunteer Match.
October 15, 2013
Jefferson Evans Talks LIFE in the Culinary Arts October 15, 2013
Jefferson Evans became the first graduate of color at the Culinary Institute of America in 1947, and was later honored by BCA Global at the 1996 Cultural Awareness Salute Gala withthe Jefferson Evans Award. Symbolizing the importance of discipline, consistency and upholding the highest....
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