Young Chefs, Our Future
Mission of EYCC
To support young Egyptian chefs or Egyptians who wish to work in the food industry and related sectors. EYCC exists to develop their personal and professional skills.
1) Promote the profession of chef among young Egyptians and nurture pride in the profession and the ambition to excel.
2) Provide guidance and mentorship programs for Young Egyptian Chefs so as to assist them in their careers.
3) Develop respect, team spirit and a readiness to share knowledge and experience among culinary colleagues.
4) Provide supplementary training and education for young Egyptians who are working as Young Chefs and wish to pursue a career in the food sector.
5) Promote Professional Chef Certification Programs among young Egyptians so they can acquire accredited titles that will assist them in developing their own careers.
6) Create scholarships and internships for Young Egyptian Chefs.
7) Promote Egyptian cuisine and products and thus protect Egypt’s food heritage.
Congratulatory well wishes from the big family of WorldChefs
On a brilliant sunny day Egypt’s young chefs celebrated the launch of the Egypt Young Chefs Club. This is the realization of a dream of the nine member committee involved in its conception and development. Andy Cuthbert, Chairman of the Young Chefs Global Development Team for Worldchefs, had flown in from Dubai to attend the inspirational day and add his celebrity presence to the occasion. The day’s festivities were a marvellous celebration of Egypt’s young talent.
The Egypt Young Chefs Club (EYCC) is the youth arm of the Egyptian Chefs Association. The new organization nurtures youthful talent in the food and beverage field and is reputed for its distinctive mission, excellent culinary standards and dedication to promoting continuous improvement in the profession. The launch event brought many young Egyptian chefs together and provided a platform for the culinary professionals to interact, have fun and interact with the rising stars of their profession.
Committee members and their colleagues of the Egypt Young Chefs Club volunteered in preparing a delicious selection of canapés to welcome the guests. After the official inauguration speeches the guests enjoyed watching a slicing and dicing competition and then joined the chefs to watch Nubian musicians give a traditional song and dance display in the gardens. After all this excitement it was time for yet more food. The BBQ stations opened and offered a varied selection of Egyptian fair accompanied with interesting condiments. The festivities were concluded by the official cutting of the celebration cake prepared by the Cairo Marriott Hotel.
To all the Young Chefs in Egypt we say Congratulations! The future is yours!
Membership in the Egyptian Young Chefs Club is open to young Egyptians between 16 and 28 years of age. They should be working in the food industry or related sectors or have a love of cooking and be dedicated to maintaining and improving the quality of food preparation in Egypt. Membership is free of charge to those who are already members of the Egyptian Chefs Association.
To enroll: please contact the Egyptian Chefs Association for an application form or Visit: www.egyptchefs.com to download the application form.
Egyptian Chefs Association, Cairo office: 02 376 22 116 / 7 / 8 or 0106 552 7567
Red Sea Chefs Chapter: Hurghada office, 065 3615920 or 0102 040 5677