Four Foods Group Offers Jobs to Certificate Earners

Industry Engaged in Education Advisory Board members, Four Foods Group, has announced that they will hire any student that presents them with an earned certificate in the following offered through their state CTE courses, and delivered and awarded by Precision Exams:

  • Food and Nutrition I or II
  • Culinary Management
  • Food Service/Culinary Arts
  • Customer Service
  • 21st Century Skills

Brandon Batt, Director of People Operations declared, “I will hire anyone that possesses one of these certificates if they align with our four pillars of success: Humility, Integrity, Competence, and Positivity.”

Four Foods Group currently employs 4,800 employees and operates 151 restaurants across the United States, including Kneaders Bakery and Café, Salt Lake City-based restaurant, R&R Barbecue, Mo’ Bettahs, Swig, and Arizona-based beverage chain The Soda Shop. In March 2017, Four Foods Group acquired 48 Little Caesars Pizza restaurants in Alabama and Louisiana in a $33 million deal.


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To my professional colleagues and friends. We have a rare opportunity to provide our professional insight to shape the education of our children. Partnering with the Utah State Board of Education we have developed a tool to make professional contribution quick, and easy. We need as much participation as we can get to ensure your industries are well represented in the areas below. Just visit

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Vocational Training Is Back as Firms Pair With High Schools to Groom Workers

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CVS, Tesla and others help educators create skills-based programs—and future job candidates

Vocational Training Is Back as Firms Pair With High Schools to Groom Workers

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