“PACE has conquered the South”
Last April 22, 2015, PACE Parañaque officially opened its doors to the aspiring chefs and future entrepreneurs in the South.
We celebrated the launching of PACE Parañaque with Millie Manaha (Mommy Blogger/When In Manila), Aci Bornea, Alfonso Padilla (United Daily News), Cesar Morales (Remate), Junny “Bong” Roy (Daily Tribune), Lino Santos (Manila Standard), Roy Domingo (Business Mirror), Rodel Rotoni (Philippine Daily Inquirer), Arjun Clemente (Malaya/Abante), Millete Sison (Mommy Blogger) and team PACE.
PACE Parañaque team is composed of Chef Menoy Gimenez, Chef Mayonee Pongos, and Chef Kevin Ereñeta.
“PACE at the Lilac St. Food Fest”
Last October 17, 2015, PACE participated at the 1st Lilac St. Food Fest that happened on a Saturday.
PACE prepared a cooking demo on how to make your own sliders by our alumni Aaron Atanacio.
PACE didn’t miss the fun of being in a food fest by conducting a Slider Eating Contest! Our 12 contestants accepted the challenged by testing their limits as to how many sliders they can eat in a limited time! Winners received a free Lifestyle Course from PACE and loads of discounts for our Diploma Courses! Know more about the Lilac St. Food Fest at News5 Everywhere.
“PACE with Mayor Jun Ynares”
Thank you Mayor Jun Ynares, for giving us this moment to share with you our achievements and experiences at the 2015 Philippine Culinary Cup last August 5-8, 2015.
With much pride and honor, we have proudly represented the City of Antipolo in this prestigious international competition. PACE has always championed Culinary Excellence to our fellow Rizaleños. Congratulations #TEAMPACE!
“CDO’s 40th Anniversary”
CDO had their 40th Anniversary Video shoot at PACE Parañaque together with Chef Menoy and our Culinary Arts Students from Batch 1-Maxelle Ferris Chan, Batch 9- Joy Bellini, Batch 14- Gwen Belarmino and Jizelle Sabaulan and Batch 15- Neil Cordero and Katrina Tan!
Thank you CDO for this experience! Our students will grow and remember this for a lifetime!
Watch it here.
PACE AND THE PHILIPPINE CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP – GO NEGOSYO: PARTNERS IN CHEFPRENEURSHIP
Professional Academy for Culinary Education, the pioneer in Chefpreneurship, recently partnered with the PHILIPPINE CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP – GO NEGOSYO, a non-stock, non-profit organization that advocates for entrepreneurship development.
PCE-Go Negosyo and PACE shares a common belief that Filipinos can uplift their lives by engaging in entrepreneurship and developing an optimistic, passionate, creative and innovative, resourceful, diligent and persevering character.
PACE will help PCE-Go Negosyo in its mentoring program which aims to scale up the businesses of micro and small entrepreneurs thru coaching and mentoring and encourage business linkage among program partners and stakeholders.
The partnership also allows PACE and its students to benefit from the numerous trainings and seminars that PCE-Go Negosyo conducts to help aspiring entrepreneurs.
Together, PACE and PCE-Go Negosyo hopes to stimulate SME growth in the Food Service Industry in the Eastern area of the Metro.