Instructor: Carver Culinary Institute Needs Funding, Community Donations
It's not a run of the mill home-ec class, a state of the art commercial kitchen is hidden inside of Montgomery's Carter High School. Even though there is more than half of a million dollars in equipment, an instructor says there's not enough funding for food for students to cook with.
"I want more chefs to come here and teach us, because we don't get a lot of people to help us and show us how to things," said Trenicia Matthews, an 11th grader and aspiring pastry chef.
"We have to work with what we have, we do a lot of fundraising here at the school, but it still doesnt cover what we need to accomplish," Wilkerson said.
"Before I got into this class I didnt really know much about the kitchen, but when I got here, it made my desire to become a chef even more," Johnson said.