The Advisory Committee for the Kaskaskia College Culinary Arts Program met recently. Items discussed included the importance of helping students build relationships through internships with potential employers while still in school. This would assist them in securing long-term employment upon graduation and will give the students more realistic commercial kitchen experience. Also, the committee discussed the need to increase the emphasis placed on business management coursework in an effort to benefit those students interested in entrepreneurship. Those in attendance were Scott Caudill, local chef and Robert Rhymes, Culinary Arts Program Coordinator at KC, both of Centralia.