Chocolate Academy and American Lycetuff School have officially signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on a mission aimed at bolstering skills education in Pakistan. The MoU outlines a comprehensive plan to raise awareness and provide training in various culinary skills to students at the American Lycetuff School, ultimately opening doors to exciting new career opportunities.
Under the leadership of Chocolate Academy CEO, Zainab Shafiq, and American Lycetuff School CEO, Zeeshan Zia Raja, this innovative partnership signifies a remarkable step forward in enhancing educational opportunities and empowering Pakistani youth with the knowledge and skills they need to thrive in the modern world.
Chocolate Academy, renowned for its expertise in the culinary arts, will play a pivotal role in this collaborative effort. The academy will take on the responsibility of introducing and training interested students at the American Lycetuff School in various culinary skills. Through this initiative, students will be exposed to a world of flavors, techniques, and experiences that will prepare them for exciting career prospects in the culinary industry.
The primary objective of this MoU is to equip Pakistani students with the information, resources, and opportunities needed to excel in skills education. By doing so, it aims to open up new career pathways and inspire the next generation of culinary professionals. The collaboration between Chocolate Academy and the American Lycetuff School underscores the commitment of both organizations to the development and growth of skills education in Pakistan.
Zeeshan Zia Raja, CEO of the American Lycetuff School, expressed her enthusiasm about this collaboration, stating, “We are thrilled to partner with Chocolate Academy in our mission to provide students with diverse learning opportunities. This partnership will enable our students to explore and develop their culinary talents, opening up new horizons for their futures.”
“This partnership is an exciting step towards nurturing the talents and passions of young individuals in Pakistan,” said Zainab Shafiq, CEO of Chocolate Academy. “We believe that by providing high-quality training and exposure to culinary skills, we can ignite a spark of creativity and ambition in students that will serve them well in their future careers.”
This dynamic collaboration between Chocolate Academy and American Lycetuff School promises to have a profound and lasting impact on skills education in Pakistan, contributing to the personal and professional growth of students, and ultimately, the prosperity of the nation.