The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation works with all branches of the U.S. military to help servicemen and women transition their skills and experience into restaurant and foodservice jobs and careers. The program is designed help members of the military community and their families seamlessly enter the industry’s workforce and reduce veteran unemployment.
Advanced Culinary Training Program
The Advanced Culinary Training Program (ACTP) is a quarterly training course of instruction offered in partnership with the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) for service members of the United States Armed Forces.
The goal of ACTP is to provide current service members with an opportunity to improve their performance, enhance understanding, and develop the competencies, knowledge, and skills necessary to build and maintain a mission-ready workforce. The ACTP, offered quarterly, exposes service members to the CIA’s Pro Chef level one requirements, incorporating lectures, demonstrations, assessments, and hands-on cooking and production activities.
Advanced Military Management Training Program
Military foodservice professionals from all branches of the military attend a three-day training program that will give them the opportunity to earn a Restaurant Professional Certification from the NRAEF ServSuccess Certification Program. During that weekend, service members will be celebrated for their Foodservice achievements at the NRAEF Military Awards Gala and will have the opportunity to attend the National Restaurant Association show and engage with industry operators.
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