Q&A: Brian Kacerski (11)


Brian Kacerski(11) poses for a picture. He has been a part of the carrer center for culinary arts and hospitality since the beginning of the year.

Isabella Watts

Q: What do you go to the Career Center for?

A: I do the culinary arts and hospitality program.

Q: When did you decide you wanted to go into the Career Center?

A: I decided sophomore year after we had the assembly.

Q: What do you do on a day to day basis when you go there?

A: It honestly depends. Sometimes we have kitchen days where we go in and do a recipe [and sometimes] we’ll just be studying in the books.

Q: How is this going to help you prepare for the career that you want to go into?

A: It helps better us. It give us basic skills to what we want to go into.

Q: What times do you go during school each day?

A: We go first and second hour [on blue days and] then we go fifth [hour] and PTE [on white days].

Q: What career exactly do you want to go into?

A: I want to do Pastry Arts.

Q: Are you going to do it next year?
A: Yes, I am.

Q: What’s your favorite thing you guys have done there?

A: I liked making crepes.

Q: What is your favorite thing about the Career Center in general?

A: The close bonds you develop with other students or friends.

Q: Would you recommend that people go into the Career Center?

A: Of course!

Q: What’s the most challenging thing about the Career Center or something you don’t like about it?

A: There’s not much I dislike about the Career Center. During the days we miss from school, we have to do e-learning,which is annoying.

Q: Do you miss full days of school?

A: If we have field trips.

Q: Where do you go on field trips to?

A: In May we’re going to a food show in Chicago.